Copper Canyon Ranch

33.3421, -100.0922

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This is your chance to own one of the most unique properties on the market! The hunting is superb and varied with whitetail deer, mule deer, elk, aoudad, turkey, dove, and quail. Mesas and canyons with epic panoramic views cut across this ranch, and if you like history, this property sits on the edge of Smelter Canyon – the area where the Spanish were mining copper in the 1700’s!

Location: Approximately 22 miles north of Aspermont, or 30 miles west of Knox City, the property is approximately 3.5 hours west of the DFW area, 3 hours east of Midland/Odessa, and 2 hours from Lubbock.

Acreage: 578± acres of native pasture, exact amount to be determined by survey.

Topography: There is some major topography on this ranch! Features include canyons, draws, bluffs, and mesas, with some very dramatic drop-offs and cliffs. The ranch has some of the most outstanding views in this part of Texas, including views of both Kiowa Peak and the Double Mountains.

Rainfall/Elevation: Elevation ranges from 1,600 to 1,800 feet above sea level. Average rainfall for Stonewall County is approximately 24 inches per year.

Cover: Copper Canyon Ranch is all in native and pasture and includes Cedar, Mesquite, Little Leaf Sumac, Skunk Foot Sumac, Agarita and tons of Shin Oak which provide both providing a veritable buffet for wildlife! This is seriously an incredible hunting property!

Fences: The property is completely fenced with 5 strand barbed wire on steel posts. Most of the fences were constructed within the last two years.

Utilities: Co-op electricity is provided by South Plains Electric.

Water: There is one stock tank near the center of the property and several draws, which will have some water during most of the year in times of normal rainfall. There are some great opportunities to create some very nice surface water on the ranch!

Hunting: Hunting is exceptional in this part of Stonewall County! Game commonly seen on the ranch and in the area include trophy whitetail deer, mule deer, elk, red stag, Rio Grande turkey, quail, feral hogs, and other varmints. The exotic animals are a result of the 2011 Swenson fire. The animals escaped and their populations seem to be growing and doing very well.

Residence and Improvements: There is a good network of ranch roads that run across the acreage, as well as across the tops of the higher mesas. There are no building improvements on this ranch.

Minerals: Surface rights only, seller does not own mineral rights. There are a couple of pump jacks and storage tanks on the far north side of the property line.

Price: The property is priced at $1,850 per acre for a total price of $1,069,300.

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.

Since 1980, Ekdahl Nelson Real Estate has been a leader in West Texas real estate, providing world-class service to clients throughout Texas and Oklahoma. A full-service brokerage, Ekdahl Nelson specializes in farm and ranch, recreational, residential, and commercial properties, providing clients with an exceptional buying and selling experience. Headquartered in Stamford, Texas, Ekdahl Nelson also has offices located in Abilene, Anson, Aspermont, and Rotan, with dedicated and knowledgeable agents serving the areas. Visit ekdahlrealestate.net for more information and to view current properties.