Triple Creek Ranch
Size: 461+/- Acres
County: Anderson County , Texas
Triple Creek Ranch
Anderson County, Texas
Location: Triple Creek Ranch is nestled in the rolling hills of central Anderson County approximately 11 miles due north of Palestine, Texas with frontage on CR 448 and FM 315 for all-weather access. The ranch is conveniently located less than 2 hours southeast of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. Anderson County was once home to the Comanche, Waco and other Native American tribes before the Anglo-American settlers arrived in the 1830’s. Shortly thereafter the county was officially established in 1846, receiving its name from the last vice president of the Republic of Texas, K.L. Anderson.
Tourists and residents are still drawn to the area by what once attracted the Native Americans long ago…beautiful streams, lakes, rivers, hardwood forests, and productive soils. Triple Creek Ranch is no exception. Mature native forests with towering hardwood lined creek bottoms, rolling topography and fertile green pastures manifests throughout. With over ~100’ of elevation change, the ranch offers scenic views, draws, pinch points, wildlife travel corridors, and large potential lake site. With four different tributary creeks feeding into the year-round Mound Prairie Creek, this is a prime location for wildlife to thrive with an abundance of White Tail Deer, Turkey, and other native species roaming throughout.
Improvements: Tucked away for privacy amongst the hardwood tree canopy, ranch headquarters features a 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch home…the perfect spot to relax and enjoy country living. Headquarters also boasts a 3,500 SF shop with an art studio, garden equipment room, four 24 x 11 vehicle bays, a metalworking room, a woodworking room, a 30 x 25 assembly room, & and a half bathroom.
Contact: Cash McWhorter, 469-222-4076, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hortenstine Ranch Company represented the buyer.