4501 CR 155 , Bangs, Texas, 76823
Stunning Clear Creek River Ranch is a 425 Acre live water ranch with strong native grasses and forbs and majestic trees. It sits just west of Brownwood, Texas in central Texas only two minutes south of Bangs on a paved county road. It is approximately a half-hour from Lake Brownwood.
There is plenty of deer, turkey, quail and dove on this ranch. The mature oak and pecan trees provide an excellent canopy for livestock and wildlife. There are about 90 acres of cultivated fields that were planted in sunflowers last year making the hunting phenomenal. The fields are virgin fields that could be used to grow organic. They have recently been planted with a nitrogen-fixing legume. The hunters have a handshake deal with the owner on a year by year basis.
Improvements include several stock tanks with fish, a nice log cabin with 10'x32' covered front porch and 6'x32' covered back porch with 6 RV hookups. This ranch is high fenced on 3 sides and could be reduced to normal fence height or easily finished out to be all high fence. The ranch is cross-fenced for easy rotation of livestock. There are electricity and Brooksmith water to the cabin and water well near the cabin at an excellent building site with trees. The ranch includes the west fork of Clear Creek. The owner runs a gentle herd of crossbred F1 Beefmaster cattle that can be purchased separately. There are about 500 acres of additional acreage that can be purchased as well. The additional land is contiguous and also has stock tanks and more of the Clear Creek River. It is high fenced and sits south and east of the 425 acres. The approximate two hundred acre pasture is the house pasture that has a large log home, large stock tank, and working pens. The fences are very good and have been well maintained. This ranch has been cleared of noxious trees and plants. It is a good, clean ranch.
Clear Creek Ranch has gentle elevation changes of about 100'. The high point is in the northwest corner where the cabin and water well are. The views are to the southeast as the terrain gently slopes to the south and east. This point has a great stock tank, electricity, water well and large trees making it an ideal building site location for a home. The soils on the ranch are rich bottomland and include rowens-Harpersville, speck-Tarrant complex, Nuvalde clay loam, Mereta clay loam, Leeray clay and Frio silty clay loam which are great for growing. The seller would convey half of the minerals with an acceptable offer. There is one gas well that has been shut-in.
Call Michelle to schedule an appointment to view this one of a kind ranch. 325-234-3077
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