Creeks, bottomland and arroyos have historically been travel corridors for wild creatures and mankind for centuries on the rolling plains of Texas. Such land features still support life and a means of travel and substance for all living things.
We are proud to offer the Buford Creek Ranch in King County as an exceptional example which displays these natural characteristics. This 270 acre property has been family owned for 73 years, and while once partially cultivated, has been restored to its native condition through the CRP program, and offers a portion of the Buford Creek corridor along its southeastern corner, and the North Wichita River bottomland along its northern boundary.
With soil types primarily of sandy and sandy loam, vegetative production is exceptional on the property. Wild plum, mesquite, hackberry and soapberry trees dominate the overstory speci...+ Show More