The 4E Ranch with its grand wide open spaces and gorgeous vistas is located southwest of historic Glen Rose, Texas. Glen Rose is often described as the top of the Texas Hill Country, and after viewing this magnificent ranch with its breath taking views and beautiful sunsets you will understand why.
Location: The ranch is located just 10 minutes southwest of Glen Rose in Somervell County on FM 51. The quaint town of Glen Rose creates a welcoming atmosphere from the exceptional schools and facilities to the local attractions including the expo center, wildlife and amusement parks, and amphitheater to the historic downtown square. Fort Worth is an easy hour drive to the north from the ranch and downtown Dallas is 1 hours.
Land: This recreational ranch has a combination of bottomland, woodland setting, and rolling pasture land to make it a versatile property. The wide variety of tree species on the ranch including live oak, red oak, blue juniper, mesquite, and several varieties of elms help attract a wide variety of deer, dove and other wildlife.
Topography/Terrain: This part of Texas is known as the top of the hill country and this property is a good example with approximately 170 ft in elevation changes ranging from the highest point approximately 1,200 ft above sea level on the western boundary and the lowest point approximately 1,030 ft above sea level in some of the draws. From the high points on the western boundary of the ranch there are views that go on for miles. There are a wide variety of terrains from rolling grass lands, hilly countryside, and several areas of very heavy cover along the draws. There is also a variety of soil types include Tarrant-Purves association, Purves clay, Sunev clay loam, Venus loam, Perdernales fine sandy loam, Seawillow loam, and Brakett soils
Water: This recreational ranch is located over the Trinity Aquifer, one of the major aquifers in Texas. There is a spring fed creek with several draws that runs throughout the property, some of which hold water throughout the year. Additionally there are four stock ponds of various sizes throughout the property and one water well which provides water for the house.
Recreation: With excellent sources of water and a wide variety of trees and other foliage, this ranch is ideal for seasonal hunting and year-round fishing for Bass and Perch in the stock ponds. In addition to dove, there are turkey and whitetail deer on the property.
Improvements: The main house, which was built in 1930 and updated and expanded in 1995, includes 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, a full size eat-in kitchen, living area and screened in porch. The residence is on a water well. The barn includes a tack room, feed room, and horse stalls. Working pens are located near the barn. The property is fenced and cross fenced.
Minerals: Consult Listing Broker
This ranch is being offered For Sale and is Exclusively Listed by Harlan Ray & David Burgher of Briggs Freeman Sothebys International Realty.
Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of the Listing Broker. Prospects may be required to provide proof of funds prior to scheduling a showing.
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