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The Nemo Ranch is an excellent recreational property, with a great deal of potential to develop with several lake sites, and hunting and fishing opportunities. It is a wildlife haven, and has not been hunted in over 50 years. These 750 acres are part of the historical Buck Creek Farm on the Brazos River, which has not been available since 1880!
Land: The ranch has various topographical features which provide many outstanding options for the next owner. This ranch has over 135 feet in elevation change. It is located in the Grand Prairie region of Texas, with native trees on the uplands that include live oak, Spanish oak, mountain cedar, post oak, black jack, and mesquite. There is a small, private caliche gravel pit on the farthest East corner of the ranch, which provides some excellent road base material for the ranch.
Location: The ranch is located 10 miles East of Glen Rose, just south of Highway 67 near the community of Nemo. It is 50 miles from Fort Worth, and 70 miles from Dallas or Waco, in the Southeastern part of Somervell County where Bosque County and Johnson County come together.
Water: This ranch has over one mile of Buck Creek and one water well. The well was drilled in 1988, and it is at about 375 ft deep that produces about 12 gpm with a static depth of 200. The average annual rainfall for the area is 32 inches.
Minerals: 20% minerals and a surface use agreement are available with an acceptable contract. There is not any current production.
Taxes: The farm is assessed with an agricultural valuation.
Ranch is shown by appointment only.
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