252 +/- Acres with Home in Mills County
If you are looking for a ranch to offer you and your family the best of everything for recreation and ranching opportunities, this 252 +/- acres located in the heart of beautiful Mills County is one that will you will want to see.
The land is rolling with several areas offering views for miles across this beautiful part of the Texas hill country. The cover is excellent with a wide variety of trees on the ranch including live oaks, post oaks, mesquites, elms, hackberry, and cedar along with persimmons and many more native varieties of brush giving your wildlife ideal browse. Three surface tanks are scattered over the ranch to provide ample water for livestock and wildlife. An awesome seasonal creek draw winds through the ranch adding character to the land and giving possibilities for other water sources for wildlife. Wildlife is abundant here with deer, turkey, and dove making the hunting second to none. Even the most avid hunter will be delighted with the hunting this area of Mills County offers. The owner has a small herd of Oryx roaming the ranch.
An older 3/2.5 ranch style home in good condition is perfect for weekends. The house has a wood burning stove in the large open concept living/dining/kitchen area making it ideal to entertain larger groups. A stone wood-burning fireplace is in another living area of the house. Near the house is a “saloon” set up for playing cards and a bar for entertaining. A 2 bedroom guest house with ¾ bath and small kitchen area allow for several guests at the ranch with privacy for all.
Additional amenities on the ranch include a nice set of pens, large barn, and 2 equipment sheds. A water well is on the ranch providing water for the houses and pens…..it is 352 ft deep and an excellent source of water.
This is an awesome ranch with lots to offer….we invite you to come take a personal tour.
Listing Agent: Jerry Lancaster
cabin and saloon
barns and pens
500 Early Blvd.
Teresa Stephens Lee, Broker
Agents: Cindy Day, Jerry Don Lancaster, Ryder Lee, Charlie Frey