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3,684 acres Sweetwater, TX $3,684,000

3,684 acres Sweetwater, TX

Fisher County Linda Carter Linda Carter Ranch Broker

Type: Acreage

****Price Reduced****Owner Financing Available**** Catfish Ranch was established in the 1800's. This legendary family owned ranch is just North of Sweetwater, Texas. There are quail, turkey , dove and deer; this ranch has never been leased for hunting. There are interior roads with community water lines throughout the ranch. This provides an opportunity to install quail feeders with ease. The grasses are plush which provides abundant forage for the wildlife. China Creek runs directly through this ranch with occasional springs along with several ponds. There are large mesquite and post oak trees that provides cover for the wildlife. The fences, corrals, and grasses are excellent for a cattle operation.

1,222.55 acres Rotan, TX $2,722,550

1,222.55 acres Rotan, TX

Fisher County A.E. "Butch" Nelson, Jr., Broker Nelson Farm & Ranch Properties

Type: Acreage

This rolling rangeland property, located north of Rotan, is good bottom land and has excellent ingress and egress off US Hwy. 70. The property is fenced and has mostly new fencing. The ranch is mainly mesquite, cedar and other hardwoods. This is an excellent income producing property with a large modern saltwater disposal well system, capable of handling larger quantities of water, as well as the Fisher County Gravel Pit, easily accessible, with excellent quality gravel for uses of all types. Water is abundant on this ranch with a fresh water well, for all types of uses, one large surface tank, excellent for fishing, and access to the Double Mountain Fork of the Brazos River. The water injection system is all setup, and with the Fisher County Gravel Pit, the current monthly income is between $4,000 and $5,000 per month. In addition, this property offers excellent hunting for deer, turkey and hogs. Call for additional information on this outstanding income property offered at $2,722,550 (F016)

1,561 acres Rotan, TX $1,950,000

1,561 acres Rotan, TX

Fisher County Jeff Branson, Benet Stewart Williamson-Branson Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 2 Beds | 1 Bath | 720 SqFt

Mountain View Ranch comes highly improved, with numerous interior roads, ample surface water, wildlife habitat enhancements, and a nicely appointed and furnished 2BR house to make your stay even more enjoyable! Terrain & Cover: Mountain View Ranch is a hunter's dream, with wildlife enhancements and improvements throughout the ranch. Focused efforts have been placed on creating an ideal habitat for quail, with enough brush to also support an outstanding deer herd, including several 150+ class bucks, as well as surface water in the ponds, a live spring in one of the large draws, concrete water troughs and ground-level waterers scattered across the ranch. The ranch is generally gently sloping, with rolling hills, nice elevation changes and several large draws and canyons running onto and through the ranch. A great mix of tame and rough country that's accessible all around! Cover is varied throughout the ranch, with improved grasses, scattered brush country, a few small food plots and a variety of thick cover through the draws. Surface water is terrific, with 3 surface ponds, 3 concrete water troughs and several in-ground watering stations scattered across the ranch providing many watering options for the wildlife's convenience. Improvements: The recently updated 2BR house comes fully furnished and has all the modern conveniences you'll need, with 1 full bathroom, central heat and air conditioning, washer and dryer and a metal roof. Rural water, electricity and telephone service are supplied to the house as well. It's your home away from home! The rural water can also be used in the underground pipeline system that feeds the troughs and watering stations as an alternative to the well water as the water source used for the wildlife. A covered equipment shed, storage building and 2 sets of livestock pens are included, as well as full perimeter fencing and additional cross-fencing. Access: Mountain View Ranch is located on a public county road, with frontage on the west side of the ranch, providing excellent access! Interior roads cross through the large draws and provide access to all parts of the ranch, so you can reach any point with ease! Come enjoy the peace and quiet, as well as the terrific views, with all the hunting you're looking for!

1,902 acres Roby, TX $1,854,567

1,902 acres Roby, TX

Fisher County Jeff Branson, Benet Stewart Williamson-Branson Real Estate

Type: Acreage

The 1,902 acre Longworth Ranch is perfectly suited as a wildlife haven, with excellent cover throughout, a variety of rolling terrain and light hunting pressure in the surrounding area. Best of all, it's priced to sell at only $975 per acre! Situated in central Fisher County, TX near the Longworth community, this ranch benefits from the area's healthy wildlife population. White-tail deer, bob-white quail, feral hogs and Rio Grande turkey were all spotted on a recent trip to the ranch. This property, formerly used for gypsum mining, is full of varied terrain with several man-made hills and pits that now serve to provide additional variety in the terrain that's not found on other tracts! Comprised of a mix of thick mesquite pastures and CRP acreage expiring in 2012, this property is highly suited to cattle grazing and hunting. Deer, quail and turkey are already here and recently observed. The CRP acreage totals 385.9 acres scattered across the ranch in 5 separate tracts, providing foodplot options upon the CRP contract expiration in the fall of 2012. The remainder of the acreage is comprised of primarily mesquite pastures with a mix of beneficial brush and cacti. Divided by TX FM 57 and Fisher County Road 117, the ranch includes 3 physically separate tracts and is an excellent candidate for subdividing into smaller tracts. Each tract has its own appeal while all tracts together make an attractive package! . The north tract, north of FM 57, includes 326 acres of pasture with some gypsum mining pits and hills, which now appear to be more like seasonal creeks and draws after years of regrowth in this acreage. Natural elevation changes and some man-made changes result in an interesting mix that the wildlife call home! The east tract lies south of FM 57 and east of CR 117, and includes 810 acres of pasture as well as a small 31 acre CRP field that will make a great foodplot! This acreage includes a seasonal creek with a natural draw, 2 surface ponds and several mining pits and associated hills nearby. Most of this tract is undisturbed and a great space for the wildlife to roam! The west tract lies south of FM 57 and west of CR 117. It is comprised of a balanced mix 354 acres of CRP grass in 4 separate fields, surrounded by mesquite pastures totaling 380 acres. This tract includes a small area of mining pits as well as 2 surface ponds. Overall, the ranch provides a nice habitat for the area's wildlife and is appealing as a recreational tract as well as having farming and grazing options. Upon the CRP contract's expiration later in 2012, the CRP acreage will be eligible for farming and/or grazing as well. Three physically separate tracts provide three unique experiences, all in one ranch! See it for yourself and you'll agree that this place can be your own personal oasis! Contact us to schedule a private viewing at your convenience.

1,100 acres McCaulley, TX $1,424,500

1,100 acres McCaulley, TX

Fisher County Les Remington Remington Real Estate

Type: Acreage

REDUCED !!! IN THE HEART OF WEST TEXAS QUAIL COUNTRY!! This 1100+/- acre ranch has everything you need to start the hunting season. Located in Fisher County, Texas the ranch is close to the Rolling Plains Quail Research Ranch in Roby, Texas. This ranch offers 3.5 miles of water lines for quail. Shinnery Oak are abundant on this ranch, along with coastal bermuda. Past quail surveys have proved excellent. The ranch has been game managed for many years. Terrific deer hunting has been in place with a 140+ B/C taken. This ranch was awarded the "Texas Big Game Award". There is a large hunting cabin with loft. Electricity and rural water are on the property, along with 4 stock tanks. If you are a hunter or just looking for a place to escape the big city, this place is for you. This property can be used for multiple purposes. You can run cattle or use it for hunting, or both!! Give us a call and we can arrange to show you around the ranch!! HIGH QUALITY PROPERTIES LIKE THIS ONE DON'T COME ON THE MARKET VERY OFTEN!

1,100 acres McCaulley, TX $1,424,500

1,100 acres McCaulley, TX

Fisher County John Ekdahl or Rex Detamore Ekdahl Real Estate

Type: Acreage

Here's your chance to own a ranch in an area known to produce trophy Whitetail Deer and plentiful Bobwhite quail. This ranch is loaded with the right habitat and improvements to provide successful hunts year after year. The abundance of Coastal Bermuda also makes this a very productive ranch for livestock. This ranch deserves your attention! Location: This property lies just off of FM 57 near McCaulley on CR 261, 40 miles Northwest of Abilene and 200 miles West of Fort Worth. There is also black top access from Hwy 57. Acreage: 1,100 Acres All in native pasture, except for a small 30+/- acre coastal field. Cover consists of mainly Mesquite and Shin Oak with quite a few Hackberry trees scattered throughout. There is also a good stand of Coastal throughout much of the ranch. Improvements: There is a one bedroom, one bath cabin with a large loft on the ranch. There is also a small metal equipment shed on the property which is in good condition. Fences: Fences are five strand barbed wire on metal and cedar posts. Several pastures have new fencing. Soil Type: The main soil types are Wichita Loam, Wichita Fine Sandy Loam, and Brownfield Fine Sand. These soils are well suited for rangeland and small grain crops. Topography: The ranch is considered to be rolling country, with some gorgeous views from the high points. Hunting: This area is widely known to produce trophy whitetail deer. It has also been known for its abundant Bobwhite Quail population. Other wildlife in the area includes Feral Hogs, Rio Grande Turkey, Mourning and White Wing Dove, and several types of predators. Utilities: City water and electricity are on the property. Water: City water is in place. There are also two water wells in place. There is also an extensive wildlife watering system in place, which is supplied by the water wells. You can turn a valve and utilize city water though this system, should the need arise. Minerals: Seller has a small portion of the minerals and will convey one half owned minerals with an acceptable contract. THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS BELIEVED TO BE TRUE AND CORRECT. HOWEVER, EKDAHL REAL ESTATE DOES NOT GIVE ANY WARRANTY FOR ITS ACCURACY. PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THIS REAL ESTATE AGENCY REPRESENTS THE SELLER 2/20/2014.

1,486 acres Hamlin, TX $1,299,856

1,486 acres Hamlin, TX

Fisher County Jeff Branson, Benet Stewart Williamson-Branson Real Estate

Type: Acreage

The 1,486 acre Hamlin Ranch is a wonderful oasis of thick mesquite pastures and active cultivation with a seasonal creek traversing through 3 tracts of the ranch. Available for $875 per acre, this ranch is priced to move! It's full of rich history from its former days when it was used as a gypsum processing plant and as the town of Celotex, Texas. The foundations and several structures are still evident in the maturing mesquite pastures with a variety of artifacts scattered around the former plant area. Additionally, a small portion (15+/- acres) of the ranch was previously utilized as the city of Hamlin municipal landfill, which has been closed to the public for many years and is still separately fenced from the remainder of the ranch. While situated around predominantly cultivated land southwest of the city of Hamlin, TX, this ranch provides a respite for the area's wildlife, with excellent cover and forage for the animals. The Plasterco Lake, situated in the westernmost tract, is an enticing bonus to this property and is an intriguing spot to explore! Divided by paved TX FM 668 and TX FM 2142, as well as Fisher County Road 254, this property is in 4 physically separate tracts, making it an excellent candidate for subdividing into smaller tracts. Each tract has its own appeal while all tracts together make an attractive package! A total of 340.1 acres are in cultivation with about half of this acreage in cotton at present. The remaining acreage is in improved grasses (former CRP acreage). Fences and cross-fences are in place throughout, so it's ready for livestock grazing rotations, if desired. The pasture acreage is generally thick mesquite cover with a variety of beneficial brush and cacti scattered among the trees. The northwest tract lies north of FM 2142 and west of CR 254. It contains a total of 390 acres, with 153 acres in improved grass (former CRP) and 237 acres in native pastures. This tract has a seasonal creek crossing through (continuation from the Plasterco Lake) and several small natural draws that provide gently breaks in the landscape. The northeast tract lies north of FM 2142 and east of CR 254. It contains a total of 151 acres, with 68.5 acres in cotton and 83 acres in native pastures. The seasonal creek continues through the pasture acreage. This tract borders on the Hamlin Country Club to the east. The south tract is the former Celotex, Texas, a company town originally established in the early 1900's. This tract has roads on all sides, with FM 2142 on the north, FM 668 on the west and south and CR 255 on the east. This is the largest tract of this ranch with a total of 697 acres, 118 acres in cotton and the remainder in pasture. The former gypsum processing plant sits in this tract and has an existing footprint on about 120 acres of the total. 2 water towers, a large workshop, an office building and several sheds are still standing, although none have been in use for years. A variety of components, parts and debris are scattered about this portion of the land. It's an intriguing area with lots of history to explore. Definitely unique to this area! The west tract lies south of FM 2142 and west of FM 668. It has 188 acres of land, comprised entirely of mesquite pasture. The Plasterco Lake lies in the western part of this tract and an abandoned single-family home is also included. The condition of home is unknown. The ranch has water service available from 2 rural cooperatives - City of Hamlin and McCaulley-Sylvester Water Supply. This ranch is one-of-a-kind, with attributes you won't find anywhere else! Contact us to schedule a private viewing at your convenience.

839 acres Rotan, TX $995,000

839 acres Rotan, TX

Fisher County Jeff Branson, Benet Stewart Williamson-Branson Real Estate

Type: Acreage

839+/- acres of native mesquite pastures with scattered cedar, rolling terrain, natural draws and canyons! This property is well-suited to provide a resting place for the area's native wildlife population. No hunting has occurred on this ranch in many years. The land is gently rolling, with several fingers of draws and canyons to add to the appeal and variety of terrain, cover and elevation. Perimeter fencing is in place, as is an underground water line to a concrete water trough with automatic float. It's a great bonus where the wildlife and cattle can get a drink. A recently built set of livestock pens is available to gather cattle, if you're interested in running a herd. Access via a private easement and situated away from public roads, providing privacy and seclusion. No need for everyone knowing where the "honey hole" is located! This ranch has what you're looking for in your hunting place - including the privacy you desire! Call to schedule a private viewing and see if this is the place you're searching for!

296 acres Roby, TX $500,750

296 acres Roby, TX

Fisher County Jeff Branson, Benet Stewart Williamson-Branson Real Estate

Type: Acreage

This property has a variety of terrain, cover and slight elevation change while being accessible all around. The mix of mesquite pastures and active cultivation with rolling hills and small draws provide an attractive setting for your homesite and/or recreational ranch. The land is comprised of 53 acres in active cultivation in 3 fields, perfect for foodplots, row or grazing crops. The remaining acreage is in native mesquite pasture, includes rolling hills, slight draws and several surface ponds. The wildlife love it! The surface ponds receive runoff from the main draws crossing through the ranch, providing several watering options for the wildlife and livestock. 2 water wells are in place to supplement your water needs if/when needed. Perimeter fencing exists around the majority of the property. A set of pipe livestock pens, storage building and 40' container are included for your convenience. Electricity and a rural cooperative water supply are in the area. The seller's fractional mineral ownership will be conveyed. One producing well is on the property.

62.6 acres Roby, TX $340,000

62.6 acres Roby, TX

Fisher County A.E. "Butch" Nelson, Jr., Broker Nelson Farm & Ranch Properties

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 2.75 Baths

Located near Roby, on the west side of Highway 70, this property is native rolling pasture land with a nice 4 bedroom, 2 3/4 bath brick home with a metal roof. The house has 548+/- square feet of open porches and an attached garage. Improvements include a barn, 3 sheds, a water wells, 2 tanks, and horse facilities and more. Call for additional information. This property is offered at $340,000 with no minerals (F014)

318 acres Rotan, TX $318,000

318 acres Rotan, TX

Fisher County Jeff Branson, Benet Stewart Williamson-Branson Real Estate

Type: Acreage

The land is comprised of a nice mix of clean grasses and thick mesquite pastures with a seasonal creek in the draw crossing through the place. The 266 acres of grassland is enrolled in a Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) contract with annual income of $9,044 through 2020. This land is rolling and well-terraced. A small 2.5 acre tract in active cultivation could make a nice foodplot for the area's wildlife. The remaining 48 acres is in thick mesquite pasture with a seasonal creek in the draw crossing through the northwest portion of the property. This area is teeming with wildlife! Situated at the end of the paved FM 2598 with CR 233 on the west and CR 236 on the south, there's plenty of road frontage with pavement leading up to the southwest corner. Close to town, utilities available, annual income and hunting opportunities! Whether as your homesite, recreational tract or as an addition to your farming operation, this place may be just what you're looking for! Contact us to view it at your convenience.

100 acres Sylvester, TX $260,000

100 acres Sylvester, TX

Fisher County Jeff Branson, Benet Stewart Williamson-Branson Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1440 SqFt

This property has a great mix of everything you want in your own place: Mesquite pastures, active cultivation, improved grasses, surface ponds, sheds, pens, fencing, equipment and a home to ensure your family's comfort! The home has 3BR, 2 bath, appliances included, CH/CA, metal roof and wrap-around porch. Built onsite in the '90s, this place is comfortable and well laid out. The land is a nice mix with farming, grazing and recreational appeal. A surface pond with dock is near the equipment shed, livestock shed and pens. Fencing and cross-fencing provide lots of livestock options. Personal property to convey includes a Massey-Ferguson tractor, implements and accessories, Polaris Ranger ATV, household appliances. There's a lot to love here! Rural water supply piped underground to the house, garden and pens. Surface pond benefits from a diversion canal directing runoff from the county road into the pond. The dock is a great joy for the kids! This is your chance to own the farm where you live! Take a look and see if it's right for your needs!

233 acres Rotan, TX $245,000

233 acres Rotan, TX

Fisher County Jeff Branson, Benet Stewart Williamson-Branson Real Estate

Type: Acreage

This property has a great mix of mesquite pastures, varied terrain and improved grasses with an active CRP contract providing income to the property through 2022! A variety of wildlife calls this area home, so your recreational options are varied as well! With the blind and feeder included, you're ready to hunt from Day 1! The land is gently rolling with small draws and hills, and enjoys a beneficial mix of improved grasses and mesquite pastures. The location is just off a paved road, so access is great while retaining the privacy you seek. The Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) contract includes 135.8 acres and pays $4,776 annually through 2022. The mesquite pasture comprises the remaining 97.5 acres of the property and has draws that add to the property's diversity. The property includes a 2-person ground blind and 300# capacity feeder for your immediate use and convenience! A rural cooperative water supply and electricity are available with service along the county road on the east side of the property. A water well is onsite. Easy access to town, CRP income, homesite and recreational appeal! Call us to see if it's right for your wants and needs!

137.3 acres McCaulley, TX $219,000

137.3 acres McCaulley, TX

Fisher County John Ekdahl or Rex Detamore Ekdahl Real Estate

Type: Acreage

This property is in the highly desirable area of Fisher County that offers outstanding hunting. If youre looking for an affordable ranch with some income to boot, look no further! Location: 1 miles West of Royston, TX on CR 215, 40 miles NW of Abilene and 230 miles West of Ft.Worth. Acreage: 137 acres +/- with 64.9 acres in CRP. Property Description: The property consists of 50+/- acres of native pasture consisting of Shin Oaks, Mesquite and other hardwoods. The balance consists of 64.9 acres of CRP and some native grass and food plot areas. The Southern border of the property is an old railroad right of way that has grown up in trees, which gives it seclusion from the County road. Hunting: This area is known for trophy whitetail deer and great dove hunting, year in and year out. Other game in the area includes turkey, feral hogs, and bobwhite quail. The neighbor to the West has about 500 acres of pasture, and does not allow hunting. Hunting pressure is minimal on this property. Improvements: No other improvements of value. Government Programs: CRP payment of $1,998/year through October 2020. Soil Type & Topography: The soil is mainly Heatly Fine Sand and Miles Fine Sandy Loam Water: Rural water is available on the property. One water well is located in the center of the property and makes approximately 15 gpm. Electricity: Electricity is in place. Minerals: Sellers are offering one half of owned minerals with an acceptable contract. THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS BELIEVED TO BE TRUE AND CORRECT. HOWEVER, EKDAHL REAL ESTATE DOES NOT GIVE ANY WARRANTY FOR ITS ACCURACY. PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THIS REAL ESTATE AGENCY REPRESENTS THE SELLER 6/3/2014.

158 acres Rotan, TX $189,600

158 acres Rotan, TX

Fisher County Jeff Branson, Benet Stewart Williamson-Branson Real Estate

Type: Acreage

This property is a great combination of what you want - the cover and terrain of the hunting place, tame flat land for the homesite and annual income from CRP acreage. Situated in far western Fisher County, near the Scurry County line, this place has easy access to Snyder on CR 1154. Snyder is less than 20 miles from the property, making this place a good candidate for your homesite! The land includes a 51 acre tract with CRP income of $2,040 per year through 2023. The remaining acreage is native mesquite pasture north of the CRP acreage. The pasture acreage includes a large surface pond, food plots and mesquite cover with scattered variety of other brush and cacti. A large hill and outcropping sit on the far west end of the pasture acreage, providing excellent rainfall runoff toward the surface pond, as well as interesting elevation changes. The pasture acreage is fenced around the perimeter while the CRP acreage along County Road 342 is not fenced. City water is on the road 1/2 mile east of the property and can be extended to reach this tract. Electrical service runs along the county road on the south side of the land. Easy access to Snyder, hunting appeal and homesite potential! Contact us to see if this place will fit what you're looking for!
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