624 Acres located in the beautiful Standford Valley area of Hamilton County! The Double J Ranch has a diverse landscape that ranges from gently to sloping cultivatable land, to frontage along both sides of the Middle Fork of Neils Creek, to rugged rolling limestone hills and plateaus. The lowest elevation on the ranch lies along Neils Creek at approx. 980 ft. above sea level. The highest elevation is the hilltops, plateau of limestone hills on the South and West portion of the ranch, which are 1150 to 1181 ft. above sea level. The house and barn are situated in the North East part of the ranch.
The property has 1.25 miles of the North Fork Neils Creek, providing a substantial amount of water and value to the ranch. There are (3) substantial stock tanks on the ranch; the two best are located in the North East part of the ranch that feeds into the Neils Creek. There are several other tanks that hold water seasonally. The fencing on the ranch varies from old but functional net/barb fencing; some of the fencing has been improved in the last couple of years. The ranch is cross-fenced.
There are approx. 60 acres of clay loam that have been cultivated at one time scattered in five fields, most fields are planted in Kline grass for hay or grazing, and 15 acres of coastal Bermuda grass. The majority of the ranch is native grass. The entire ranch has been leased to a cow/calf operator. The ranch has not been hunted on in years.
The improvements on the ranch include a 1608 sq. ft. wood frame, brick veneer home with pier and beam foundation, 2 bed/1.5 baths with 2-car garage that was build in 1955. There is a 400 sq.ft. storage building constructed of wood with concrete foundation. There are (4) other outbuildings 1680 sq.ft. storage barn, 532 sq.ft. barn, 2680 sq.ft. equipment barn, and a 900 sq. ft. barn with granaries. The original corral and cattle pens constructed of steel pipe and welded wire still remain, as well as the old windmill.
The ranches around the Double J is comprised of farms as small as 100 acres to large ranches that are over 1000 + acres. This ranch is a great cattle ranch or recreational ranch for whitetail deer, feral hog, turkey, and dove.
The ranch is accessible from a 20 ft. wide gravel land easement that extends from about .60 miles south off gravel county road 313 approx. 9 miles Southwest of Cranfills Gap, Texas and 20 miles East of Hamilton, Texas. (See map for details)
Water: Well: 600 ft. 2nd Trinity water well 2007
Minerals: The Sellers(s) owns a portion of the mineral estate, which may convey with negotiated price.
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