Croton Creek and 7 Diamond L Canyon meet in dramatic fashion right in the center of this amazing ranch with over 120 feet of elevation and views that capture you and hold you in awe! This place is special! The landscape is right out of a western movie and its remote location can show you the peace of silence. The ranch is home to abundant wildlife and has been strictly managed for over a decade. This is what you are looking for so please call today for your private showing!
Location: Lower Croton Ranch is located in the northwest part of Stonewall County between Aspermont and Jayton on CR 340. Drive time from Fort Worth is approximately 3.5 hours, Lubbock 1.5 hours and Midland around 3 hours.
Acreage: The ranch consists of approximately 1180 acres all in native mesquite and cedar pastures. The ranch has two fenced food plots equipped with blinds and feeders.
Topography: Topography ranges from scenic canyons and cliffs to deep fertile bottom lands along Croton Creek. There is approximately 120 feet of elevation change from the top on both the north and south overlooking the creek below.
Rainfall/Elevation: The average annual rainfall for Stonewall County is 23.8 inches according to the Texas Almanac online.
Cover: Cover ranges from heavy old growth mesquite and cedar to more open valleys. There are quite a few areas that have a good number of Hackberry and China Berry trees. The soil types support a good balance of vegetation giving year-round nutrition to wildlife.
Fences: Fences are 4 and 5 strand barbed wire on steel and cedar posts. The fences are mostly older but are in good condition. This is an open range county, so there is not a fence along the county road.
Utilities: Electricity is in place on the ranch and is supplied by South Plains Electric Co-op.
Water: Water is supplied to the ranch by Croton Creek and 3 earth stock tanks. There is an old well near the county road, but it is not equipped at this time.
Hunting: As mentioned earlier, this ranch is part of a much larger ranch that has been in the MLDP program for over a decade and has been guided hunt only. The wildlife is healthy and plentiful. This is a property that your family will love to hunt for generations!
Minerals: All owned minerals will transfer with an acceptable contract. Seller believes to own 25% of the mineral estate.
Price: The property is priced at $2,295 per acre for a total price of $2,568,000 cash to seller.
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