Updated. Awesome Location. 1.5 Hr West Of Fort Worth/Dallas Via 1-20
Wild and Scenic...gorgeous ranch that looks like a movie set. No improvements to pay for, from raw and rugged to productive pastures this ranch has unlimited opportunities to make it what you want it to be.
The Moreland Family Ranch is an exciting and diversified ranch that has been in the same family for decades and it is now time to find a new owner who will enjoy it as much as the sellers have. Stephens County extends across almost 922 square miles of broken, hilly plateau country with loamy topsoils covering deep reddish, clayey, or mottled subsoils. The area is drained by the Clear Fork of the Brazos River and by other tributaries of the Brazos. Elevations range between 1,000 to 1,600 feet above sea level; outstanding physical features include summits known as Gunsight Mountain, Double Mountain, and Evans Peak. Trees include live oak, mesquite, hackberry, elm, and pecan, while bluestems, indian grass, broomweed, wild rye, and milkweed are some of the native vegetation that grow in the area. The annual average rainfall is 26.4 inches. The ranch offers opportunities for hunting. Great combination of open pastures, heavily wooded areas and ample water resources with numerous stock ponds and small lakes the wildlife habitat is excellent. A mix of strong native grasses create ample grazing. The range in elevation on the ranch is approximately 150', offering tremendous vistas from the hilltops. Four-wheeling, skeet shooting, hiking, fishing, kayaking are some of the recreational opportunities. Shopping is just 15-20 minutes away via Cisco or Breckenridge. Cisco is a blossoming town with many new businesses popping up. It is the home of the first hotel acquired by Conrad Hilton in 1919. And Breckenridge is like stepping into a town in the old west with a main street and beautiful old buildings. The ranch is located an easy hour and 45 minute drive from Fort Worth/Dallas via I-20. And Abilene is an hour west. The ranch is located just 20 minutes north of I-20, off of Hwy 183. There are two sets of cattle pens on the ranch, an old homestead and a "hunter's camp". The ranch is currently leased for grazing and hunting. The minerals owned by the sellers will convey at the price asked.
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