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Location: Southeast of Granbury 7-8 miles on FM 2425 only 45 miles southwest of Fort Worth and 80 miles from Dallas. Prime location in Hood County on the Brazos River.
Terrain: Elevation change of 170+/- feet providing incredible views. Multiple spring-fed creeks wind thru the limestone terrain with bluffs and water year around. Arrowheads can be found throughout the property. There is an excellent mix of pasture, creek, and cover.
Vegetation: Live oaks, red oak, elm, cedar, and pecan trees provide good wildlife habitat. Many areas are meticulously groomed creating extremely nice park-like settings. Other areas are heavily wooded and undisturbed. There is good native pasture for cattle.
Water: Brazos River frontage for 3000+/- feet, spring-fed limestone creeks, and 3 stock tanks are excellent water features. There are three water wells (two with pumps), one of which provides water to the house. The creeks and river make a very unique property.
Wildlife & Fisheries: Deer, turkey, and native wildlife species are plentiful and provide great viewing/ hunting opportunities. Duck hunting is excellent on the Brazos River and stock tanks during the fall month. Fish populations are good in the ponds and river.
Improvements: A 1064 square foot home, built in 1976, is located near the cattle pens and fenced off from the pasture. A covered carport/ storage building is adjacent to the home. A 5500 square foot pavilion perfect for storing hay is located near the Brazos. Most fencing is in excellent condition. Drive-up appeal is enhanced by live oaks and stone entrance with electric gate. Improvements are clean and well taken care of.
Land Management: Owner has completed an extensive amount of dozer work, chainsaw work, and burning to create one of the prettiest places you will ever see! This is a prime example of responsible stewardship by a gas company and landowner.
Surface Leases: Hunting is not leased. Grazing lease is oral and can be terminated. There is 200 acres under lease with Quicksilver Resources that is held by production.
Minerals: No Minerals. There are two pad sites off north fence line with access road carefully placed to reduce impact on majority of property. Pad-sites are fenced and disturbed areas have been re-seeded. Quality of the ranch is unaffected by gas production.
Contact: Blake Hortenstine, 214-616-1305 mobile
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