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Bymond Wichita River Ranch

Posted on: September 1st, 2018 by Stephen Turner

Bymond Wichita River Ranch – 175 +/- Acres Wichita and Clay Counties

If you are looking for an ideal hunting property, look no further. The Bymond is loaded with game, has Wichita River Frontage, heavy woods and underbrush, some farmland and access to public water and electricity. All of this within 15 minutes of downtown Wichita Falls!

The north part of the land consist of about 63 acres of farmland, with the balance on the south portion being heavily wooded with Pecans, Elms, Cottonwoods, Hackberry, Chinaberry, Cedars, along with thick underbrush. The Wichita River serves as the southeast boundary, with approximately 1,500 feet of frontage. Bear Creek and another unnamed creek meander across the south portion eventually flowing into the Wichita River. Both creeks have dams and hold water year around with average rainfall.

The Bymond has asphalt road frontage and is accessed off the south side of FM 1740, also known as Lower Charlie Road. There are interior roads throughout the ranch. The majority of the boundary is fenced except along the river. There is a cross fence separating the farmland from the wooded land. Dean Dale Water and Electricity is available along FM 1740.

There is no existing oil and gas production on the property. The seller owns a portion of the minerals and they are negotiable with an acceptable contract.

You will not find another property in the area that has river frontage, access to public water and electricity, asphalt frontage, free of any oil production, potential of owning a portion of the minerals and being within 15 minutes of Wichita Falls.

Asking $2,900 per acre, or $507,500

Contact Stephen Turner, Listing Agent – 940-636-7039

Casa del Rio Farm – House and 157 Acres on the Wichita River

Posted on: August 30th, 2018 by Stephen Turner

Casa del Rio Farm – 157.706 Acres, Wichita County

This is a highly improved large acreage river property within the city limits of Wichita Falls. It’s improved with a completely remodeled house, two horse barns and a workshop/garage. The property has approximately one mile of Wichita River Frontage, as well as heavy woods, farmland, mature hardwoods and an extensive trail system along the river. You will not find another property like this one that has a country atmosphere with convenience to city living amenities.

The improvements are situated at the northwest corner of the property with access on the south side of Iowa Park Rd.

House

     – Complete Remodel and Additions were made in 2006 and in 2014, in like new condition

     – 3,780 square feet of living area

     – 3 Bedrooms, Isolated Master Bedroom

     – 3 Bathrooms, Master Bath has huge walk-in closet, two vanities and a double headed walk-in shower

     – 2 Living areas, Formal Dining, Office, Breakfast Bar, Oversized Walk-In Closets with Built-In Shelving, Utility Room with Sink, Tons of Built-Ins and Storage, Circulating Hot Water, Sound System throughout the Interior and Exterior, 2 Heat and Air          Units, Total Electric, Wood Burning Stove and, Fireplace

     – 1,390 square feet of covered porches, 2,267 square feet courtyard, Water Well

     – Garage/Workshop is attached to the house by a breezeway off the utility room

     – City Water and Sewer

The original home was built in the 1930’s and contained 1,013 square feet. This portion was completely remodeled in 2006 with 503 square feet added. An addition was made in 2014, which added another 2,264 square feet of living area. At this time the entire exterior of the house was redone. The house is in immaculate condition and is basically brand new!

Workshop/Garage

     – 25’ x 42’, 1,050 square feet; Built in 2006

     – Metal Exterior, Steel Framing, Concrete Slab, Fully Insulated

     – 2 Roll Up, Garage Type Doors, for Pull Through ability

     – Attached to the House by a Breezeway off the Utility Room

Horse Barn #1

     – 41’ x 42’, 1,722 square feet; Built in the mid 1990’s

     – Metal Exterior, Steel Framing, Partial Concrete Slab, Floor Drain, Large Sliding Door

     – 8’ x 16’ Concrete Block Tack Room, also a Safe Room

     – 4 – 10’ x 15’ Horse Stalls, Dirt Floor, Turn Out Pens

     – Has Electricity and Water

Horse Barn #2

     – 30’ x 50’, 1,500 square feet; Built in the mid 1990’s

     – Metal Exterior, Steel Framing, Partial Concrete Slab, 2 Large Sliding Doors

     – 6 – 10’ x 12’ Horse Stalls, Dirt Floor, Alley Way, Turn Out Pens

     – Has Electricity and Water

Additional Improvements/Amenities

     – Electric Entry Gate

     – Water Well, 32’ Deep, 6-8 GPM used for landscape and livestock

     – Gravel Entry Drive that extends to the middle of the property

     – Concrete Driveway and Circular Drive

     – Established Grass Yard Surrounding the House

     – 5 Acres Completely Fenced for Livestock

Land

The majority of the land is open with scattered mature Pecan Trees, with the balance being heavily wooded bottomland. Nearly the entire boundary is heavily wooded which is great for wildlife and adds privacy to the property. There is approximately 100 acres of fertile farmland that is currently leased to a local farmer. This area could continue as farmland, or could easily convert over to grass. There are over 100 Pecan trees, which have been harvested in the past. The highest elevated points are where the improvements are located and along the western boundary. The remainder is level to sloping towards the river. There is ample wildlife on the property. Nearly every day white tail deer are spotted. In addition to deer other wildlife known to travel the property are Turkey, Dove, Quail, Geese, bobcat, coyote, and road runner. The majority of the boundary is fenced, with exception to the boundary along the river and a portion of the western boundary.

There is a 2 mile wooded trail system along the river which is great for hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding, etc. The Sellers have an agreement with Wichita Falls Streams and Valleys for use of the trails twice a year; in exchange, they maintain the trail system. This agreement can be transferred to a buyer, or terminated.

The area surrounding the improvements is outside of the flood plain. The remainder of the land is within the flood plain. The Sellers have owned and lived on the property since 2006. However, the property has been in the family since 1970. Over this time, they have not had water near the improvements, and FEMA has designated the area of improvements as out of the flood plain.

Additional Notes

     – Property has access off Iowa Park Rd., Southeast Dr., with frontage on Ross Ave.

     – Some of the Personal Property is negotiable.

     – There are 2 active oil wells and 2 sets of tank batteries on the property.

     – The Seller is willing to convey a portion of the minerals with an acceptable contract.

     – The Property is currently Ag Exempt. The 2017 Property Taxes were $7,635.13

Price: $895,000

Contact Stephen Turner, Listing Agent – 940-636-7039

Do not trespass, the listing agent, or owner must be present at all showings. 12 hour notice required. Buyer to confirm all information contained herein. Buyer’s agent must make first contact and be present at all showings to be allowed full fee participation.

BW Stone – Lot 2

Posted on: August 30th, 2018 by Stephen Turner

BW Stone – Lot 2 – 3.15 Acres

Looking for a few acres outside of town with some trees and space to build? This is your place! This property is located just outside Holliday City Limits in Archer County within Holliday ISD. BW Stone Ranch Rd is a dead-end asphalt paved road that provides secluded road frontage, and easy access to Hwy 277, just a short 10 minute drive to Wichita Falls. Electricity and Water are available. 

Deed Restrictions will apply, various size lots are available.

Asking $10,000/Acre

Contact Listing Agent, Garnet Jackson, 940-642-0880

6012 Sisk Road

Posted on: August 30th, 2018 by Stephen Turner

House and 15 acres located in SW Wichita County. If you’re
looking to get outside of the city limits, and still be within minutes of the
city amenities, this quaint house on acreage is what you have been looking for!

This
Brick home sits off the road facing East, offering beautiful rural sunrises!
The house consists of 2,631/sf with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bath, 2 car attached
garage, 2 Living areas, breakfast and formal dining, game room, and wood
burning fireplace. Located in WFISD school district.

Property also includes a very clean 1200 sf shop with many
possible uses. The front half of the shop is finished out with carpet, with plenty
of workspace on the back half. Back half of the Shop is complete overhead door
and a ½ bath, and covered parking for 2 cars. Shop also has A/C and could could
easily be transitioned into additional living space, or home office. Storm
cellar also present on property.

Other improvements consist of a 800 s/f wood framed barn with concrete
flooring in the front half and dirt flooring in the rear.

The
12 acres of pasture land is mostly open, with a good stand of native grasses. The
perimeter of the pasture is fully fenced with 5 and 6 strand barbed wire in good condition.

This
is a unique country property with great possibilities this close to town.

Price:
$290,000

Contact
Garnet Jackson, Listing Agent – 940-642-0880

Charlie River Ranch – West Side

Posted on: July 27th, 2018 by Stephen Turner

The Charlie River Ranch – West Side – 368 Acres, Clay County

This is prime Red River land located in northwest Clay County. It’s primarily wooded with Pecans, Elms, Cedars, Cottonwoods, Oaks with plenty of underbrush and wild plum thickets. There is a good balance of open grass meadows. The grass is plentiful as it has been lightly grazed by cattle. The terrain is level to sloping with a good amount of elevation change. A ridge extends along the south quarter of the ranch, that offers great views of the property and the surrounding landscape. Once below the ridge, the terrain becomes level to rolling, with a second ridge located near the river.

There’s no shortage of water on the Charlie River Ranch! It has 2,600 feet of Red River frontage, which serves as the north boundary and is also the Texas/Oklahoma state line. There are several seasonal creek extending across the property. Some hold water closer to the river, which are known for great duck hunting! Scattered throughout are 4 earthen ponds, some supplied from underground water.

Wildlife frequent the area including white tail deer, turkey, hogs, bobcats, dove and quail to name a few.

There is a windmill located near the main entrance along with electricity. The windmill could easily be removed and replaced with a submersible pump since electricity is located nearby. This would be a great location for a home, or cabin. It’s one of the higher points on the ranch with tremendous views!

The land has perimeter and cross fencing with 5 and 6 strand barbed wire in average to good condition. There are 3 main pastures and 2 smaller pastures/traps. There is approximately 65 acres along the river that is not fenced.

The ranch is accessed at the dead end of Leath Rd, which is an all-weather gravel and dirt paved road. The main gate is 3.75 miles from FM 171, which is asphalt paved. The nearest towns are Wichita Falls, 29 miles SW, Henrietta, 28 miles SE, Ft. Worth, 124 miles SE.

The Charlie River Ranch is an ideal recreational property for the avid outdoorsman that offers endless recreational opportunities that you wont find on most ranches.

Asking $2,255 per acre, or $830,500

The asking price is broken down on a per acre basis as follows:

          – Price Per Deeded Acre: $2,750

          – Price Per Accreted Acre: $1,250

The exact breakdown of deeded and accreted acres is unknown at this time. We have estimated there to be 247 deeded acres and 121 accreted acres. The price will adjust accordingly based on a new survey.

Contact Stephen Turner, Listing Agent – 940-636-7039

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This is part of larger piece containing 618 acres. It can be purchased as a whole, the West 368, or the east 249 acres. The individual acreage and price breakdown is as follows:

          – Whole: 618 Acres (442 Deeded, 176 Accreted) $2,322/Acre, $1,435,550

          – West: 368 Acres (247 Deeded, 121 Accreted) $2,255/Acre, $830,500

          – East: 249 Acres (194 Deeded, 55 Accreted) $2,420/Acre, $602,250

Lone Star 30 Ranch

Posted on: July 19th, 2018 by Stephen Turner

Lone Star 30 Ranch – 30.84 Acres, Clay County

This is a nice all around small acreage property located between Henrietta and Bellevue at the southwest corner of Lone Star Rd and US HWY 287. The land type varies with heavy mesquite coverage, open grass land, a wooded draw with hackberry and underbrush. It has plenty of cover for wildlife and enough grass to run a few cows. Most of the terrain is rolling to sloping with several potential build sites. There is a fenced area near the center, previously utilized as a food plot for wildlife. There are two ponds on the property. The entire boundary is fenced, with the south boundary being high fenced. There is electricity available near the southeast corner and well water is believed to be available. The property is currently Ag Exempt and the 2017 taxes were $38.67

The sellers do not own any minerals, so there are none to convey. There is no existing production on the property.

Asking $4,500/Acre, or $138,780

Contact Stephen Turner, Listing Agent – 940-636-7039

Dean Creek Ranch

Posted on: July 13th, 2018 by Stephen Turner

Dean Creek Ranch – 29.522 Acres, Clay County

This is a great property within 15 minutes of Wichita Falls. Its highly improved with a workshop, barn, carport, livestock pens and horse stalls. The land is traverse with highly productive grass land, mature mesquite and a creek bottom covered with mature Hackberries! There is no shortage of wildlife Deer, Turkey, Hog, Bobcats, Dove and Quail are known to be on the property. The Dean Creek Ranch also has great agricultural appeal. It has several horse stalls, turn out pens, a large 1 acre metal trap, metal livestock corrals and loafing sheds. It has a Dean Dale Water Meter and electricity on the property. There are also several great spots to build a home.

The land is primarily wooded with mature mesquite and hackberries. There are scattered open areas to allow the grass to flourish for livestock grazing. Two seasonal creeks meander through the property merging into one at southeast corner. This area is low lying and is an ideal location for a new pond! There are two existing ponds on the property. One was dug to a depth of 15’ and stocked with bass last spring. The entire boundary is fenced and is in good to new condition. There are several roads and trails throughout the property, perfect for horseback riding or ATV adventures.

The improvements are located at the northwest corner of the property and are summarized below:
– Workshop: 24’ X 140’, slab, pipe frame, electricity, water, with 5 attached horse stalls, turn out pens
– Barn: 30’ x 75’, 16’ tall, one-sided, drive through, pipe frame, attached carport with slab
– Equipment Shed: 30’ x 100’, 3 sided, pipe frame, dirt floor

This a very unique piece of land far enough from town to get away, but yet close enough to be convenient. It has a lot to offer and can be utilized in many different ways.

Will consider sub-dividing in half and Owner Finance Available

Asking $165,000

Contact Agent/Owner Stephen Turner, Listing Agent – 940-636-7039

Charlie River Ranch

Posted on: July 3rd, 2018 by Stephen Turner

The Charlie River Ranch – 618 Acres, Clay County

This is prime Red River land located in northwest Clay County. It’s primarily wooded with Pecans, Elms, Cedars, Cottonwoods, Oaks with plenty of underbrush and wild plum thickets. There is a good balance of open grass meadows. The grass is plentiful as it has been lightly grazed by cattle. The terrain is level to sloping with a good amount of elevation change. A ridge extends along the south quarter of the ranch, that offers great views of the property and the surrounding landscape. Once below the ridge, the terrain becomes level to rolling, with a second ridge located near the river.

There’s no shortage of water on the Charlie River Ranch! It has three quarters of a mile of Red River frontage, which serves as the north boundary and is also the Texas/Oklahoma state line. There are several seasonal creeks extending across the property. Some hold water closer to the river, which are known for great duck hunting! Scattered throughout are 4 earthen ponds, some supplied from underground water.

Wildlife frequent the area including white tail deer, turkey, hogs, bobcats, dove and quail to name a few.

There are two windmills on the property. The first is located near the main entrance along with electricity. The windmill could easily be removed and replaced with a submersible pump since electricity is located nearby. This would be a great location for a home, or cabin. It’s one of the higher points on the ranch with tremendous views! The second windmill is located near the central portion of the ranch.

The land has perimeter and cross fencing with 5 and 6 strand barbed wire in average to good condition. There are 4 main pastures, 3 smaller pastures/traps, and then a 47 acres acre food plot fenced separately. There is approximately 130 acres along the river that is not fenced.

The ranch is accessed at the dead end of Leath Rd, which is an all-weather gravel and dirt paved road. The main gate is 3.75 miles from FM 171, which is asphalt paved. The nearest towns are Wichita Falls, 29 miles SW, Henrietta, 28 miles SE, Ft. Worth, 124 miles SE.

The Charlie River Ranch is an ideal recreational property for the avid outdoorsman that offers endless recreational opportunities that you won’t find on most ranches.

Asking $2,322 per acre, or $1,435,550

The asking price is broken down on a per acre basis as follows:

          – Price Per Deeded Acre: $2,750

          – Price Per Accreted Acre: $1,250

The exact breakdown of deeded and accreted acres is unknown at this time. We have estimated there to be 442 deeded acres and 176 accreted acres. The price will adjust accordingly based on a new survey.

Contact Stephen Turner, Listing Agent – 940-636-7039

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This is part of larger piece containing 618 acres. It can be purchased as a whole, the West 368, or the east 249 acres. The individual acreage and price breakdown is as follows:

          – Whole: 618 Acres (442 Deeded, 176 Accreted) $2,322/Acre, $1,435,550

          – West: 368 Acres (247 Deeded, 121 Accreted) $2,255/Acre, $830,500

          – East: 249 Acres (194 Deeded, 55 Accreted) $2,420/Acre, $602,250

Boone Ranch – 100% Minerals

Posted on: June 22nd, 2018 by Stephen Turner

Boone Ranch –  480 Acres

The Boone Ranch is a desirable tract conveniently located in northeast Young County. It’s densely wooded with primarily oaks, has great elevation change, offers great views, has Brushy Creek frontage and is covered with wildlife. A rare feature is that 100% of the minerals are still intact and are available!

The majority of the land is densely wooded with oaks and other various types of hardwoods. Mesquites are minimal, but are throughout the ranch. There are scattered natural cleared areas ideal for blind/feeder set ups and/or food plots. The terrain is varied with level to sloping, steep slopes, to rolling. There are several vantage points that offer great views. Brushy Creek dominates the central portion of the ranch extending in a north south direction. Surface water consist of one stock pond.

There are no structural improvements on the property. The entire boundary is fenced with 5 and 6 strand barbed wire in good to new condition. There is adequate electricity convenient throughout the western half of the ranch. There is one main interior road in good condition, with several trails off the main road navigable by a UTV or ATV.

There is existing oil production on the property. Most of the wells and oil related equipment are isolated to the northwest portion of the ranch encompassing approximately 30 acres. It’s believed that this area is non-producing. Outside the 30 acres there are two other oil related locations. One being tank batteries and the other being a pump jack and tank battery at the southeast portion near the boundary. The majority of the ranch is not affected by oil activity.

Asking $2,395/Acre, or $1,149,600 (This price includes the minerals)

Contact Stephen Turner, Listing Agent – 940-636-7039

795.35 Ac in Clay County

Posted on: June 8th, 2018 by Stephen Turner

This ranch consist of approximately 800 acres of rolling grass land in northern Clay County. The property includes 8 stock tanks, 2 of which are approximately 6.5 acres each, 2 seasonal creeks, open pasture, moderately wooded pasture and heavy woods along the seasonal creeks. This ranch would make a great cattle ranch and/or hunting ranch. Quality whitetail have been harvested off this ranch. Other wildlife known in the area includes turkey, hogs, bobcats, dove and quail. Minerals are negotiable.

Price $1,625 Per Acre

Contact Stephen Turner Agent 940-636-7039

Buyer to confirm all information contained herein. Buyers agent must make first contact and be present at all showings to be allowed full fee participation.