1966 Pasture Russellville Ranch

W93R+Q6 Russellville, TX, USA

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1966 Pasture Russellville Ranch is part of the Russellville Division of the historic Matador Ranches. Bring your family, and let us show you this beautiful piece of West Texas with its own natural lake. This is 1,966± acres of majestic plateaus, red canyon walls, rolling hills, and creek bottoms laden with cottonwood, hackberry, and soapberry trees. These draws and creek bottoms flow east towards the Pease and Tongue rivers. The sunrises and sunsets are never compromised by city lights. The stars shine the brightest in this part of West Texas. If you want to own part of history, this is the place you have been looking for.

Location: The ranch is approximately eight miles east of Roaring Springs on County Road 408.

Acreage: These 1,966± acres consist of plateaus, rolling hills, and canyons that fall off to the east towards the Pease River bottom just east of the eastern fence line. The range comprises native grasses, mesquite juniper, soapberry, and hackberry trees.

Topography: Elevation ranges from 2,300± feet on the ridge tops to 2,160± feet in the creek bottoms.

Rainfall/Elevation: Yearly rainfall for Motley county is approximately 23.6 inches. The elevation is approximately 2,300 feet.

Cover: The native and woody cover on the ranch make for great wildlife and cattle habitat. Trees on the property include hackberry, mesquite, cedar, cottonwoods and soapberry. Ground cover includes several types of native grasses. Browse includes catclaw tasajillo, elbow bush, agarito, and ephedra.

Fences: The property has five-strand barb wire fence around the boundary. There are no cross fences on the property.

Water: There are four newly drilled water wells and tubs. There is also a natural lake and numerous springs.

Hunting: Wildlife includes whitetail deer, mule deer, aoudad, turkey, quail and wild hogs. There are numerous predators such as coyotes and bobcats in the area as well. 

Minerals: Seller owns small portion of minerals. Owned minerals may be negotiated.

Price: The property is priced at $1,495 per acre for a total price of $2,930,000.

 

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.

Buyer’s agent must be identified on first contact & must accompany buying prospect on all showings to be allowed full participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Ekdahl Nelson Real Estate. No trespassing. Seller’s agent must be present for showings.

 

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