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