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4,149 acres Megargel, TX $5,289,975

4,149 acres Megargel, TX

Archer County Ben Belew & Beau Byars River Creek Land Sales

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1525 SqFt

The Haverlah Ranch is a large contiguous block of North Texas ranch land, containing 4,149 +/- acres. It is located five miles north of the town Megargel (pop. 195) in southwest Archer County, just about a 30 minute drive from Wichita Falls (pop. 104,552). Before the current owners acquisition of the place, it had been owned and operated for over 80 years under the Farmer Family. The ranch has been extremely maintained, and the grass is in excellent condition. The many wooded draws and thicker bottom land provide hunting opportunities as well, making this an all around diverse holding. LAND TERRAIN: This whole property is a gentle rolling landscape, sloping southwest to northeast. Elevation ranges from 1260' to 1100'. A long bluff ridge, 35-50 steep, runs across the middle of the ranch for about 2.5 miles. The ranch has expansive views across it and the neighboring country along this whole ridge. Other bluffs and mesas pop up across the horizon and add to the scenery. Rock outcroppings are common, but not so abundant that they take away from the productivity. There is very little red scald on the place. Hardwood trees include hackberry, some elm, locusts, and spotted live oak groves. The ranch has a good set of interior ranch roads and is easy to get around. CATTLE RANCHING: A variety of native range grasses will be found here, including a dominant bluestem base, sideoats grama, winter rye, and coastal down the washes. Per the archercity.org website, "Archer County is known as the Short Grass Ranching Capital of the nation because our grass, which is short, has tremendous strength and nutritious qualities." In some of the pastures, mesquite control grubbing has been used to stimulate grass production. Most cedar has been uprooted as well. There is minimal prickly pear. This ranch should have no problem sustaining 150 cows. Seven large pastures make up some 3,739 acres of grazing land. Three small traps, totaling another 226 acres, are around the headquarters, including a 67 acre horse pasture. The Haverlah Ranch has over 3.5 miles of frontage on the two-lane paved Ranch Road 210 along its west border and is split across the middle by county maintained Farmer Road, so access to its pastures is quick and easy. Several cattle guards are in place; the perimeter and cross fences are in very good condition with metal t-posts, cedar stays, pipe corners, and pipe swing gates. There are approximately 22.5 miles of fencing. In the north part of the ranch, where three pastures come together, is a set of pipe pens, with lane and working chute. A smaller set of pens is located at the headquarters on Ranch Road 210. Water for the cattle is dispersed across the pasture in some 33 water tanks, several of which have recently been dug out. Many of these tanks have terraces built to channel water to them. Lots of seasonal creek washes and small sloughs run across the land too, which carry rain runoff and hold pockets of water. Rural water is available at the headquarters and the pens there. HUNTING: The Haverlah Ranch has a lot of opportunities for hunting, including whitetail deer, feral hog, Rio Grande turkey, and predators. Deer hunting has not been developed on the place, but it is prime for it. Up the draws and in some of the bottom pastures are dense mesquite thickets and tree groves, which provide bedding areas for game. Deer tracks are already easy to find around the water tanks and going through the pastures. Supplement the native browse with corn and protein, install some food plots, and you could grow some monster bucks here! Search Google and you will quickly find pictures of typical Archer County deer. They're big bodied and grow into the 150+ range in the native country. The Haverlah ranch is joined by a 6,000 acre spread on one side that doesn't appear to be hunted. Several wheat fields join it on the south and east sides, and you can see how the deer are bedding on the Haverlah and traveling to these fields to feed. All this place needs is a management program to increase its deer herd. The ranch has traditionally been used for running dogs and hunting bobwhite quail and currently has a quail hunting lease in place. The rolling land terrain, short brush cover, and native vegetation (ragweed, brume) creates an excellent habitat for the birds. Predators and varmits, such as coyote and pig, can be hunted for year around sport too. IMPROVEMENTS: At the ranch headquarters is a well-kept three bedroom, one bathroom 1525 sq ft ranch house, with a separate dining room and W/D area. The living room has a large wood burning fireplace. The windows have all been recently updated; the house has aluminum siding and a metal roof, plus front and back porches. Behind the house is a carport and small shed, then there is a 20 x 30 shop, 30 x 60 enclosed metal barn with metal I-beams, and two equipment barns. 50 ton capacity overhead bins with also convey with the sale. There are horse pens attached to the barns, with covered stall areas. MINERALS: The owner has varied mineral royalty interests across the ranch and 50% of his owned mineral royalties will convey. Some active production is located on a 140 acre lease site. The owner believes to own 100% of the executory leasing rights. (Any mineral ownership will be subject to the buyers verification.) ASKING PRICE: $1275/acre, or $5,289,975 total price (reduced from $1350/acre) BROKERS COMMENTS: This is one of the finer cattle ranches we've seen on the market in this area in some time. The grass is outstanding, and the fences and pens are all in good condition. It is laid out very well for rotating a cow herd or running stockers. Consider the minerals conveying and its diverse use, and this ranch is a good buy for active ranchers or investors just looking to park money and hedge a portfolio. CONTACT: For more information and to set up your private tour of the Haverlah Ranch, please call land agent Beau Byars at cell phone (940) 224-3183. *Co-Listed with Frosty Miller Ranch Realty.

1,231 acres Archer City, TX $3,385,250

1,231 acres Archer City, TX

Archer County Matt McLemore Mossy Oak Properties of Texas - Wichita Falls Division

Type: Acreage

Archer County has been long known for its ranching heritage as well as its excellent hunting, Dogwood Creek Ranch fits well into that pedigree. Located in SE Archer County and approx. 10 miles from Archer City, TX and 1.5 hrs from Dallas/Ft. Worth, sits this scenic ranch. Nestled in between two primary creeks combined with a 15 acre lake, that has a good duck population, and approx. 290 acres of farmland, Dogwood Creek ranch is truly an outdoorsman?s dream. This ranch offers a combination of plentiful hardwoods, heavy mesquite as well as substantial native grass, to support wildlife and livestock. Both Dogwood Creek and Onion meander on the ranch providing fantastic habitat and refuges for abundant whitetail, quail, hogs, rio grande turkey, as well as the coyote and bobcat. Dogwood offers a variety of terrain with rolling hills and panoramic views to lush creek bottoms. Dogwood Creek Ranch would make a great High Fence operation. Very rarely do ranches come up for sale in Archer County, don?t miss your opportunity to own part of the heritage.

2,194 acres Megargel, TX $2,797,350

2,194 acres Megargel, TX

Archer County Ben Belew & Beau Byars River Creek Land Sales

Type: Acreage

(This 2,194 acre listing represents the north side of the Haverlah Ranch in Archer County, Texas, i.e. everything north of Farmer Road. Full ranch is 4,149 acres in size, see other ad for details.) This ranch is located five miles north of the town Megargel (pop. 195) in southwest Archer County, just about a 30 minute drive from Wichita Falls (pop. 104,552). Before the current owners acquisition of the place, it had been owned and operated for over 80 years under the Farmer Family. The ranch has been extremely maintained, and the grass is in excellent condition. The many wooded draws and thicker bottom land provide hunting opportunities as well, making this an all around diverse holding. LAND TERRAIN: This whole property is a gentle rolling landscape, sloping southwest to northeast. Elevation ranges from 1260 to 1100. A long bluff ridge, 35-50 steep, runs across the middle of the ranch. The ranch has expansive views across it and the neighboring country along this whole ridge. Other bluffs and mesas pop up across the horizon and add to the scenery. Rock outcroppings are common, but not so abundant that they take away from the productivity. There is very little red scald on the place. Hardwood trees include hackberry, some elm, locusts, and spotted live oak groves. The ranch has a good set of interior ranch roads and is easy to get around. CATTLE RANCHING: A variety of native range grasses will be found here, including a dominant bluestem base, sideoats grama, winter rye, and coastal down the washes. Per the archercity.org website, Archer County is known as the Short Grass Ranching Capital of the nation because our grass, which is short, has tremendous strength and nutritious qualities. In some of the pastures, mesquite control grubbing has been used to stimulate grass production. Most cedar has been uprooted as well. There is minimal prickly pear. This ranch should have no problem sustaining 85 cows. There are four large pastures, and where three of these come together is a set of pipe pens, with lane and working chute. The ranch has 1.8 miles of frontage on the two-lane paved Ranch Road 210 along its west border and 3 miles of frontage on its south side by county maintained Farmer Road, so access to its pastures is quick and easy. Several cattle guards are in place; the perimeter and cross fences are in very good condition with metal t-posts, cedar stays, pipe corners, and pipe swing gates. Water for the cattle is dispersed across the pasture in some 17 water tanks, several of which have recently been dug out. Many of these tanks have terraces built to channel water to them. Lots of seasonal creek washes and small sloughs run across the land too, which carry rain runoff and hold pockets of water. Rural water is available along Ranch Road 210. HUNTING: This property has a lot of opportunities for hunting, including whitetail deer, feral hog, Rio Grande turkey, and predators. Deer hunting has not been developed on the place, but it is prime for it. Up the draws and in some of the bottom pastures are dense mesquite thickets and tree groves, which provide bedding areas for game. Deer tracks are already easy to find around the water tanks and going through the pastures. Supplement the native browse with corn and protein, install some food plots, and you could grow some monster bucks here! Search Google and you will quickly find pictures of typical Archer County deer. Theyre big bodied and grow into the 150+ range in the native country. This property is joined by a 6,000 acre spread on one side that doesnt appear to be hunted. Wheat fields join it on the east side, and you can see how the deer are bedding on the property and traveling to these fields to feed. All this place needs is a management program to increase its deer herd. The ranch has traditionally been used for running dogs and hunting bobwhite quail and currently has a quail hunting lease in place. The rolling land terrain, short brush cover, and native vegetation (ragweed, brume) creates an excellent habitat for the birds. Predators and varmits, such as coyote and pig, can be hunted for year around sport too. MINERALS: The owner has varied mineral royalty interests across the ranch and 50% of his owned mineral royalties will convey. Some active production is located on a 140 acre lease site. The owner believes to own 100% of the executory leasing rights. (Any mineral ownership will be subject to the buyers verification.) ASKING PRICE: $1275/acre, or $2,797,350 total price (reduced from $1350/acre) BROKERS COMMENTS: This is one of the finer cattle ranches weve seen on the market in this area in some time. The grass is outstanding, and the fences and pens are all in good condition. It is laid out very well for rotating a cow herd or running stockers. Consider the minerals conveying and its diverse use, and this ranch is a good buy for active ranchers or investors just looking to park money and hedge a portfolio. CONTACT: For more information and to set up your private tour of this property, please call land agent Beau Byars at cell phone (940) 224-3183. *Co-Listed with Frosty Miller Ranch Realty.

1,315 acres Archer City, TX $1,972,500

1,315 acres Archer City, TX

Archer County Denny Bishop Bishop Realtor Group

Type: Acreage

Unique property has it all for cattle operation. 1315 acres includes 207 acres wheat/cultivation; 12 stock tanks (with water); cross fencing; native grasses; working pens; hunting income potential. 1248 SF home with attached 1056 SF shop has overhead doors. In-ground pool, hot tub included. 6000 SF structure included once used as wild game processing plant has commercial 20'x40' cooler, 10x12' freezer, kitchen, living quarters, office and enclosed recreation area. No minerals.

1,315 acres Archer City, TX $1,972,500

1,315 acres Archer City, TX

Archer County Denny Bishop Bishop Realtor Group

Type: Acreage w/House 2 Beds | 2 Baths | 1248 SqFt

Unique property has it all for cattle operation. 1315 acres includes 207 acres wheat/cultivation; 12 stock tanks (with water); cross fencing; native grasses; working pens; hunting income potential. 1248 sf home with attached 1056 sf shop has overhead doors. In-ground pool, hot tub included. 6000 sf structure included once used as wild game processing plant has commercial 20x40' cooler, 10x12' freezer, kitchen, living quarters, office and enclosed recreation area. No minerals.

168 acres Archer City, TX $1,400,000

168 acres Archer City, TX

Archer County Matt McLemore Mossy Oak Properties of Texas - Wichita Falls Division

Type: Acreage

Located just outside of Archer City, Tx, on Burger Rd, this is home to some of the most famous whitetails ever bred, names such as Eddie Ray, Eagle Claw, and recently the triplets whose sire is none other than Eddie Ray, Shadrack, Lightfoot, and Boudreaux, has now become available on the market. TK Whitetails is known around the world for its Deer Breeding. TK Whitetails and it's herd have been featured in such prominent magazines as Field & Stream, Tracks, & Whitetail, just to name a few. To say this is fully functioning Deer Farm would be an understatement. There are over a 100 deer on this rolling 168 acre deer ranch. 16 pens and alleys, working chutes, feeding troughs, protein feeders, water troughs are there to enable the new owner not to miss a beat. In addition, the new owner will inherit 80 head of premium deer. Several improvements are on the property including a custom built 1450 sq. ft 2 bed 2 bath home w/a loft. In addition to breeding premier whitetails TK also entertains hunters and sells hunts as part of the operation. To accommodate the hunters there are 2 lodges. One is a 1400 sq. ft 3 bed 2 bath with 2 kitchens and an additional 900 sq. ft 2 bed 1 bath lodge. There is a walk-in freezer for your guests. The improvements set a ridge that overs panoramic views of the country side. If your looking to get into the Deer breeding business or what to expand your current business TK will give you a leg up on the field. It is Turn Key and ready to go.

315 acres Mankins, TX $913,500

315 acres Mankins, TX

Archer County Matt McLemore Mossy Oak Properties of Texas - Wichita Falls Division

Type: Acreage

Surrounded by Large Ranches that allows no hunting, this improved ranch is perfect for the serious hunter. Located on hwy 25 in Northern Archer County, the Ayres Ranch is in one word Awesome! This masterpiece has rolling terrain w/4 stock tanks as well as Bull Creek that meanders through the property, in addition Holliday Creek touches the south end. The ranch comes complete w/ a percentage of all mineral rights owned w/an acceptable contract. The property is covered w/game from deer, to loads of rio grande turkey. There is also good duck as well as feral hogs, and varmints. In addition there is approx. 25 acres of Bermuda, excellent fences, 6 game feeders and stands. There is also a large barn w/ rural water as well as a covered eating area. This area has also been stubbed in for a lodge, all required is your taste and what you want as far as lodging. Rural water has been ran to the property. The owner has planted approx. 20 pecan trees along the entry. This ranch has a large seasonal creek in addition to new stock tank, that when full is approx. 18-20' deep. The pond has been stocked w/channel cat, bass, crappie. Large hardwoods, blue bush, hackberry and mesquite provide excellent habitat for game.

4 acres Holliday, TX $329,500

4 acres Holliday, TX

Archer County Denny Bishop Bishop Realtor Group

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 4 Baths | 2920 SqFt

Just minutes from Wichita Falls, this 2002 custom built 2 story home has 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, 2 car garage and 2 car breezeway, large workshop and shed beautifully sits on approx. 4 acres in Holliday TX. Open floor plan, soaring ceilings, great kitchen with center-island. All bedrooms are isolated with their own baths. One bedroom and bath is handicapped accessible. Gigantic isolated master suite. Upstairs has large living area with curved railing overlooks the downstairs area. Please call Ann or Denny Bishop to see. 940-691-7355.

88 acres Archer City, TX $299,500

88 acres Archer City, TX

Archer County Les Remington Remington Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 2.5 Baths | 2 SqFt

Are you ready for that place in the country where you can bring your horses, your cattle, enjoy country living and some hunting? You've found it!! This 88 acre ranch has views, two large fields that have been planted in wheat, large oaks for shade, and a brick 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath home with an air conditioned sunroom. The ranch house has approximately 2,200 sq ft (per CAD) and a metal roof. Behind the main house is a large (60x60) barn for your tractor, implements, hay, ATV's, 4-wheelers, etc. Next to the large barn is a smaller barn with attached set of working pens. Adjacent to the pens is are two traps. The ranch has co-op water and electricity. There is a stock pond as you enter the ranch on Tanner Road. The fences are in very good condition and will certainly hold cattle. Just across the gravel drive from the brick home is the "old farm house" homestead. This house was built in the early 1900's. Although not in a condition to live in now, you may be surprised how well the old house has held up. When you walk into this old home, you're really taken back in time! This could be used as a guest house or let your imagination go! This ranch is only about 7 miles southwest of Archer City and about 15 miles north of Olney. Give us a call at 940-521-9039 to take a look at this terrific ranch!

47.3 acres Archer City, TX $118,500

47.3 acres Archer City, TX

Archer County Denny Bishop Bishop Realtor Group

Type: Acreage

Located just south of Archer City. This 47.30 acres would make a nice home building site. Pasture and some mesquite trees. Approximately 395 front feet x approximately 3456!

16.19 acres Holliday, TX $95,000

16.19 acres Holliday, TX

Archer County Sandra Wortham RE/MAX

Type: Acreage

16.19 acres located at 322 Eagle Drive in Holliday. Property is inside city limits and within walking distance of schools. There is a 4 car carport, a chain link fenced yard, storm shelter, storage building and a slab. There is an older mobile home which is currently only being used for storage but could be fixed to live in or to use as an office. There are 2 septic systems, both of them older and are not known if they would pass inspection. Acreage is fenced and there is a long driveway through the pasture to the prime building area. Great area.

0 acres Archer City, TX $81,500

Archer County Matt McLemore Mossy Oak Properties of Texas - Wichita Falls Division

Type: Residential

Move-in ready home for sale, in Archer City, Tx. Great Neighborhood! Located just down the street from the school, this 3 bedroom 2 bath home has recent updates to the kitchen.

32,210.46 acres Archer City, TX Contact for Price

32,210.46 acres Archer City, TX

Archer County Farmers National Company Farmers National Company

Type: Acreage

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906 acres Jacksboro, TX $2,038,500

906 acres Jacksboro, TX

Archer County Bob and Roxanna Maddox Maddox Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 4 Baths

Charmingly rustic hunting lodge beautifully nestled on 906 wooded acres twenty-five minutes northwest of Jacksboro, just off of Highway 281 North on West Fork Road. Spacious four bedroom, four bath two story lodge offers all the comfortable amenities needed to make one feel right at home while enjoying the comforts of spectacularly pristine sunrises and star studded evenings from the wrap-around porch. Fully furnished kitchen offers, dishwasher, microwave, oven, refrigerator, washer and dryer. This unique lodge will comfortably sleep 17 and amazingly ALL furnishings will remain !!! Property offers amazing views, 6 stock tanks, water well, good fences as well as cross fencing, nice wheat fields and a good combination of cover with oaks and mesquite. This well established ranch will easily accommodate 50-60 Mother cows and offers excellent deer, turkey and hog hunting. Two miles of the West Fork of the Trinity River meander through this property that also sports a mile of country road frontage. Priced for immediate sale, $2250/acre! Definitely, a MUST SEE.
 
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