This gorgeous West Texas ranch checks all of the boxes. The rolling terrain creates amazing views. This terrain, coupled with a great mix of cover and open areas, creates a fantastic habitat for all types of wildlife. Last but certainly not least is the abundance of water on the ranch. Water wells pipe water to several locations, and the largest stock tank is about three acres when full. The East Afton Ranch has it all. Call for your private showing today.
Location: Located on paved FM Road 2470, about 8.5 miles Northeast of Dickens, 70 miles East of Lubbock, 175 miles Northeast of Midland, 130 miles Northwest of Abilene, and 230 miles West of Ft Worth.
Acreage: 1,437.69± acres, all of which are in native pasture.
Topography: The ranch is predominantly rolling, with large draws and hills that provide gorgeous views.
Cover: About 60% of the ranch is heavy Shin Oak and Mesquite pasture with scattered Live Oak motts, Hackberry and a few Cedars. The balance ranges from rolling open grassland to pasture with scattered Mesquite, Hackberry, and Live Oaks.
Fences: Fences are five-strand barbed wire on metal and cedar posts and are in excellent condition.
Utilities: Electricity is in place on both the north and south ends of the ranch.
Water: There are two water wells in place with electric submersible pumps. Water has been piped to four troughs across the ranch. There are three stock tanks on the ranch, one being over two acres in size when full. The sellers have also created holding areas for water on the turnouts along the main road through the ranch. These areas are designed to hold water for several weeks after a rain, and are an excellent water source for wildlife.
Hunting: This area is known for its abundant wildlife. The owners have carefully managed the ranch to produce trophy whitetail deer. This ranch produced the winner for the 2022 area Big Buck contest, which scored a whopping 191″. They have also harvested a 172″ whitetail. The ranch is also loaded with feral hogs and Rio Grande turkey. In good years for quail, this area will produce tons of bobwhite quail.
Residence and Improvements: The owners have converted two Conex containers to living quarters, and a third one is utilized as a kitchen and common area. There are also three RV stations with plugs and water connections at the camp.
Minerals: This is a surface sale only. The Sellers do not own any minerals. 50% of the wind rights are owned and will be conveyed with the sale.
Price: The property is priced at $ per acre for a total price of $2,372,188.00
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