169.504 acres Stonewall County

6G5Q+39 Peacock, TX, USA


New Price! This Stonewall County hunting property has it all! Ready for your deer camp with an electric meter, water well, and storage container. Convenient access from Hwy 380, but far enough off the beaten path for privacy and seclusion. The property has a deep canyon cutting through the middle of it, with a couple of creek draws that run water during times of wet weather. This area of Stonewall County is known for superb whitetail deer hunting, if you’ve been looking for a ranch with improvements and conveniences that don’t require a lot of work to get it ready for hunting season, you need to come to see this one!

Location: This property is located approximately 3 hours from the DFW area, 3 hours from the Midland/Odessa area, and less than 2 hours from Lubbock.

Acreage: 169.504± acres of native pasture. The seller has a recent survey.

Topography: The topography is rolling to rugged, with a canyon that runs through the center of the property, making for stunning views of the Double Mountains! Don’t let the shape on the map fool you, when you see it in person the property layout makes perfect sense!

Rainfall/Elevation: The average rainfall for Stonewall County is approximately 24 inches per year. There is over 100 feet of elevation change from north to south on this property, with elevation ranging from 1900 to 1800 feet above sea level.

Cover: The cover consists of a lush stand of native grasses due to the recent rainfall, along with native brush species used as browse by wildlife. Trees include mature mesquite, cedar, hackberry, and chinaberry trees.

Fences: There is perimeter fencing of four-strand barbed wire with a wildlife gap at the bottom that was completed in 2021.

Utilities: An electric meter from South Plains Electric Co-op has been installed on the property.

Water: There is a water well that was drilled in 2021. A couple of creek draws run through the property which will run water during times of wet weather.

Hunting: This area of Stonewall County is known for excellent whitetail deer hunting! There are also Rio Grande turkey, bobwhite quail, dove, feral hogs, and other varment.

Residence and Improvements: There is an Xcaliber 40′ high container for storage that is included with the property. The feeder, flatbed trailer, and contents of the container are not included and will be removed prior to closing.

Minerals: The seller will convey all owned mineral rights, believed to be a fractional amount.

Price: The property is priced at $2,400 per acre for a total price of $406,810.


The information contained herein is believed to be true and correct. However, Ekdahl Nelson Real Estate does not give any warranty for its accuracy. It is the buyer or buyer’s agent responsibility to verify all information. Please be advised that Ekdahl Nelson Real Estate represents the seller in this transaction.

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