Graze a herd of cattle on this bottomland ranch with miles of Palo Pinto Creek running through this beautiful, productive cattle ranch. Located just 45 miles West of Ft. Worth and very near the small quaint village of Santo. Very hard to find a more productive ranch than this one. Coastal fields, producing pecan orchard, beautiful fertile bottom land, new fences and cross fences and gates and cattleguards. Road frontage on F.M. 129. Cattle can cross the creek in many places and a good road has been built across the creek on a gravel bar. There are even rapids on the creek.
Improvements consist of a great four stall steel horse barn with wide concrete alleys, two overhead doors, pipe runs, office, bathroom and living quarters and ample room for a motor home or equipment. Two sets of cattle working pens, barn with office and bath, double wide mobil home w/ metal roof, farm house, three small tanks, shop, pipe fencing, cedar stave fences. Two areas of the ranch have all utilities in place.
This ranch has long paved road frontage on F.M. 129 with pipe fence and two beautiful stone gated entryways. Good ranch roads and cross fences, co-op water and much more.
Excellent hunting for whitetail deer, turkey, dove and duck and great fishing in the creek. An additional creek, Sunday Creek, forms the S.W. boundary.
This is a wonderful ranch and one to be proud to own. Water is so important and Palo Pinto Creek being a live running creek provides an endless supply of water.
All minerals owned included in sale.
From Ft. Worth, drive West on I-20 to F.M. 4. Turn North and go through the town of Santo. On the North side of the town is F.M. 129. Turn right and drive approx. two miles to property on right.
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