River Bend Ranch

7HMR+Q6 Peacock, TX, USA



Having almost two full miles of frontage on the Salt Fork of the Brazos, the River Bend Ranch offers a multitude of possibilities. Conveniently located on an all-weather gravel road, access is not an issue. The ranch is very private, so you can quietly enjoy the wide open spaces without disruption. The area is teaming with wildlife roaming up and down the river bottom. Several large neighbors have been under MLDP for years, so realizing that dream of taking a trophy whitetail is a definite possibility. You haven’t experienced the sun rise or set, or the night sky, until you’ve enjoyed them in the Free State of Stonewall. Call today for a private tour.

Location: The River Bend Ranch is located in the northwest part of Stonewall County between Aspermont and Jayton on CR 328. Drive time from Abilene is approximately 1.5 hours, Fort Worth 3.5 hours, Lubbock 1.5 hours, and Midland around 3 hours.

Acreage: This ranch is 416± acres, all in mesquite and cedar pasture.

Topography: The topography consists of cedar breaks to mesquite flats along the riverbank. There is approximately 70 feet of elevation change on the ranch.

Rainfall/Elevation: According to the Texas Almanac, rainfall for Stonewall County averages 22.36″ per year, with an average growing season of 220 days.

Cover: Cover ranges from thick mesquite and cedar to some more open areas of native grass. Other cover and browse includes hackberry, western soapberry, little leaf sumac, elbow bush, algerita, skunkbush, and ephedra.

Fences: Fences are 5-strand barbed wire on steel posts and are only three years old.

Utilities: Electricity is in place on the ranch.

Water: There are two spring-fed tanks located on the ranch, and there is also one working water well. There is approximately two miles of frontage on the Salt Fork of the Brazos. The confluence of the Salt Fork and Croton Creek is located along the West boundary of the ranch.

Hunting: Most of the neighboring properties are large and under strict game management and focus on trophy whitetail hunting. It is not uncommon to see 150″+ deer in this part of the county. The aoudad numbers in the area are also increasing. Additionally, you’ll find good numbers of Rio Grande turkey and feral hogs. In good years, bobwhite quail numbers are outstanding in this area as well.

Minerals: A percentage of owned minerals is offered with an acceptable contract.

Price: The property is priced at $2,650.00 per acre for a total price of $1,102,241.00


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