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Texas Hunting Land, LLC

Forth Worth ~ Abilene ~ Vernon

(817) 350-4617

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2,100 acres in Clay County

Henrietta, Clay County, Texas, United States
$4,987,500$2,375/acre

Property Details

  • Price: $4,987,500
  • Building Size: 3950 Sq Ft
  • Land Size: 2100 acres
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Property Type: Land for Sale
  • Property Status: Active

Property Information

Location:

Located in Northern Clay County Eight Miles Northwest of Henrietta, Texas on Broday Road a few miles Northwest of Bellevue, Texas. 1.5 hour drive from Fort Worth, Texas.

Terrain:

Turkey Creek Ranch is a fully outfitted combination cattle and recreation ranch located in North Central Texas, in the heart of ranch country. The property is comprised of 2,100 acres of pristine rolling native grass prairies with heavily hardwood lined Turkey Creek running through the center of the property and several smaller wet weather tributaries feeding the main creek. The main residence is an older 3,950 square foot brick ranch house with 3 bedrooms, 3 baths along with a 2 bedroom, 2 bath 1,500 square foot foreman’s house that provide the hub to handle all the day-to-day cattle operations. A large set of pipe working pens with livestock scales is located south of headquarters. This setup is also equipped with a horse barn and attached tack room and stalls. Additional improvements consist of a nice 30′ x 80′ metal workshop with concrete flooring and electricity, equipment/hay barn, storage building, and elevated shipping container. The headquarters is very privately located being accessed by a cattle guard gated entrance at the end of a secluded all weather-graveled road. Turkey creek runs for over Two miles through the native grass pastures in the center of the property and provides excellent year round water sources for the ranch and great shade for livestock. For added convenience, a metal bridge and several low water creek crossings through the creeks have been established to make all pastures more accessible. Besides the water along the creek, the ranch has Eight beautiful livestock impoundments, three of which are two or more acres in size. These are great fisheries with trophy bass and outstanding crappie fishing. Rural water is also supplied by Dean/Dale Water District with multiple freeze-proof faucets in several pastures for all season reliability. In addition, one active water well supplies water to the headquarters area and is piped across the ranch. Thick hardwoods of pecan, elm, and cedar elm provide plentiful cover and food sources along the creek bottoms. Wildlife opportunities for whitetail deer, turkey, wild hog are phenomenal due to the minimal hunting pressure surrounding the property. It is common to see 30-40 Whitetail deer when touring the property in the cooler months of the year. Bobwhite quail populations have remained strong due to the thick stands of native grasses and dispersed plum thickets across the ranch. Great care has been taken to eliminate over grazing throughout the property, as stocking rates have remained low enough to protect the lush grasses. This would be an ideal ranch for new or addition to any cattle operation. The property has been cross-divided into six pastures ranging in size from 160-1200 acres with smaller gathering traps for rotational grazing and easier gathering. Property access is quick and efficient with all-weather county road frontage on three sides. This is just a short description of the Turkey Creek Ranch; one must view this first class property first hand to truly appreciate all the Turkey Creek Ranch has to offer.

Improvements:

3,950 square foot brick 3 bedroom/3 bath main house, 1,500 square foot 2 bed/2 bath foreman house, 30’X80’ Implement Shop, Horse Barn with Stalls/Tack Room, Hay/Equipment Barn With Corrals, 20’X20’ Metal Storage Building, Elevated Storage Container, Pipe Working Pens With Fairbanks Livestock Scales, Multiple Cattle Guards on Primary Roads, Six Cross Divided Pastures, Roping Arena with Cedar Stave lined alley and Let out gate, Excellent Interior & Perimeter Fencing, Metal Bridge Over Creek, Electricity in multiple locations, Dean Rural Water Supply, Multiple Freeze-proof Hydrants, Eight Nice Ponds including several between Two and Seven acres, One Active Water Well.

Wildlife:

Whitetail Deer, Quail, Rio Grande Turkey, Dove, Waterfowl, Wild Hog, & Outstanding Fishing.

Property Features & Amenities

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Contact Information

Andrew Pennington
Andrew Pennington
(940) 838-8112
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