Price: $611,900 ($2900 price per acre)
Size: 211+/- Acres
County: Camp County , Texas
Camp County, Texas
Location: Headwaters Ranch is located approximately 1 mile east of Leesburg, Texas, and 5.5 miles west of Pittsburg, Texas, with road frontage on County Roads 3042, 3106, and 3107 for all weather access.
Overview: Headwaters Ranch is a beautiful 211+/- acre combination ranch in a very desirable area of East Texas. The ranch consists of rolling pastures, multiple ponds, a tree lined scenic lake, large pecan and oak trees, and offers a multitude of ranching and recreational opportunities.
Improvements: There is a modest 2,612+/- SF (per Camp Co CAD) brick home located on the south/central portion of the property complete with utilities and water. The house is currently lived in and provides the new owner with a great opportunity to remodel for a primary residence or rental property. One main barn is currently being used to store equipment and hay. Adjacent to the barn is a set of working pens that compliments the livestock management aspects of the ranch. The perimeter fence as well as the cross fencing is in fair condition and setup well for rotational grazing.
Trees, grass, forbs: The ranch’s fertile, sandy loam soils foster Coastal Bermuda pastures which are dominate to native grasses throughout the property. Tree cover consists of a variety of oaks, sycamore, elm, hickory, pecan, and pine. Native forbs and browse are also plentiful and provide robust habitat for wildlife.
Water: The ranch has abundance of water which is available in nearly every pasture. It includes six stock ponds and a 6.8+/- Acre tree lined spring fed lake. Livestock can easily be turned onto water from any pasture on the property. There are also two water wells near the southern boundary providing a quality water supply for residential use.
Topography: Rolling to sloped terrain with over ~50 feet of elevation change provide a scenic view of the countryside to the northwest and southwest, while maintaining privacy from the east and southeast. Such diversity offers the landowner several options for potential building locations for an additional home site.
Wildlife and fisheries: This ranch has not been hunted in recent years. There is an abundance of deer in this part of Camp County and plenty of other wildlife species including waterfowl for recreational enjoyment. Excellent fishing opportunities abound in a scenic lake centrally located on the property.
Livestock production: This ranch offers over ~135 acres of improved pastures, which is rotationally grazed, fertilized and managed for optimum production. Fences appear to have been maintained and updated by the tenant as needed to hold cattle. Cross fencing is well placed for rotational grazing. Currently, the tenant is lightly grazing approximately ~40 head of cattle.
Minerals: No minerals convey.
Utilities: Electricity runs from the west boundary into the home site on the property.
Property Taxes: The majority of Headwaters Ranch currently carries an Agriculture Exemption. Ask Broker for details.
Schools: Pittsburg Independent School District
Stephen Schwartz – Agent, 903-738-7882, email@example.com
Cash McWhorter – Partner/Broker, 469-222-4076, firstname.lastname@example.org