Escape the city rush at Summit View Ranch! This property is multi- use and would be great for livestock, hunting, fishing, rural living, or as a subdivision investment. The property is located mostly within the Wylie school district, and also overlaps into the Jim Ned school district. The quaint farm-house style home is off the beaten path with the front porch looking off over the property and across the neighboring hillsides. Like shooting sports? This property has two skeet courses. The ranch features six stock tanks and an abundance of wildlife. The property was touched by the Mesquite Heat Fire but mostly along the fence line, separating the property from the popular wedding venue to the west and the fence line along Braune Road. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to own a hunting ranch within 12 minutes of Abilene! Call Dan Byerly at 325-665-3489 to schedule a showing.
Location: Just 10± miles from Abilene’s Winter’s Freeway outside the community of View, this property is 76± miles to San Angelo, 147± miles to Midland, 162 to Lubbock, and 168± miles to Fort Worth.
Acreage: The Summit View Ranch is 307+/- acres, to be determined by survey.
Topography: The property slopes upwards to the south towards the neighboring mountains with elevation changing from 1933′ to 2000′ along the back side.
Rainfall/Elevation: The average annual rainfall in Taylor County is 26 inches.
Cover: The property has a good mix of mesquite, hackberry, and cedar. The previous owner removed the majority of the cedar, so the property is a great habitat for livestock and wildlife.
Fences: The fences across the property are in good shape with some repairs to be made due to the Mesquite Heat Fire.
Utilities: Taylor Electric Co-op services the property for electricity. The home has a septic system. Buyer or buyer’s agent to verify the utilities. Water is supplied by Caps View Water Supply Corp.
Water: The property has six stock tanks. Buyer or buyer’s agent to verify the water.
Hunting: The hunting continues to improve with consistent feeding. The property and area are known for whitetail deer, feral hogs, dove, quail, and varmints.
Residence and Improvements: The cabin is efficient. There is a kitchen, a bathroom, and open concept floor-plan on the rest, the cabin is a great place to stay. The property also features a 2-car carport, metal fabricated shop with rollup door and concrete floor, chicken coop, and 25×120 large equipment shed with crushed rock base.
Minerals: The seller does not own any minerals to convey.
Price: The property is priced at $9,000 per acre for a total price of $2,763,000.
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