Welcome to the Moore Ranch, an exceptional 90± acre mix of cultivation and native pasture. Located 2 hours west of Ft. Worth and just 20 minutes north of Cisco.
This property is situated in Shackelford County, well known for its great heritage of ranching, agriculture, and wildlife. The mid-century ranch-style brick home is built for entertaining guests. It boasts over 4,700 square feet of living space, including a beautiful atrium, an indoor pool, and a private courtyard.
This unique home offers an open living with a wood-burning fireplace, and a large formal dining area and centers around a vaulted atrium providing plenty of natural light. The open kitchen has a large island with a gas cooktop, beautiful cabinets, and plenty of extra storage. The primary bedroom has its own en suite with a separate shower and a large walk-in closet. The middle of the home features a large indoor pool area that leads to a separate two-bedroom, one-bath apartment with its own living, dining, and kitchen.
This property has a 4,920-square-foot metal barn with four separate storage rooms and one that already has plumbing in place for a bathroom. There is also an excellent set of working pens for your cattle or show animal operation.
The 45± acres of pasture is great for hunting and don’t forget the fishing… there is a nice-sized earth tank on the northwest corner of the property. Large Oaks and mesquites with a few willows speckled in provide cover for the abundant wildlife in the area.
The remaining acreage is level cultivation that in past years has been planted in wheat and hay grazer and is great for cattle grazing. The perimeter fence is net fencing with two-strand barbed wire on metal posts and is in good condition. Come own your own piece of Texas and enjoy peaceful country living with great hunting and the possibility of agricultural income.
Acreage: 90± total acres, 45± acres of native pasture with the balance being in cultivation.
Topography: Mostly level with a gentle slop toward the earth tank on the northwest corner of the property.
Rainfall/Elevation: Shackelford County, Texas gets 29 inches of rain, on average, per year.
Fences: The perimeter fence is in good condition and is mostly net fencing with two-strand barbed wire on metal posts. There is a pipe fence around the house and the barn.
Utilities: Electricity is provided by Reliant Energy and natural gas is with Atmos Energy.
Water: Fort Griffin Special Utility District and one earth tank.
Hunting: Exceptional Hunting in Shackelford County producing trophy Whitetail deer, Bobwhite quail, feral hogs, and Rio Grand turkey.
Minerals: Some minerals are available with an acceptable contract.
Price: The property is priced at $699,900.00
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