The Farmer Road Ranch is located in the northeast portion of Young County west of Highway 16 and east of FM 1769 on the north side of Farmer Road 3.5 miles southwest of Markley, near the Jack and Archer County lines.
The ranch is heavily wooded primarily with oaks and scattered mesquites. This offers great cover for wildlife in the area. The south half is level to rolling, primarily wooded with mesquite and scattered oaks. As you go north, the property widens and the elevation changes significantly, nearly 75 feet. This area is primarily wooded with oaks. The hilltops offer unbelievable views. The north portion of the property is dominated by a wet weather creek, which eventually feeds into Brushy Creek further east.
There is oil and gas on the property, but it has not been producing for several years. The seller does not own any minerals..
This is a ranch that has all of the characteristics of a prime hunting property.
Asking $2,500/Acre, or $516,850
Contact Stephen Turner, Listing Agent - 940-636-7039