604.27 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: September 12th, 2016 by Tyson Henson

604 acres of prime cattle land that also lends itself to some of the best waterfowl and whitetail habitat available on the market. This ranch has long frontage along a county maintained road and has over 4800 feet of Trinity River frontage. The majority of this place is in pasture, but there are scattered pockets of woods as well as a native pecan orchard that produces lots of pecans for either harvest or wildlife. The ranch is cross fenced into several pastures for rotational grazing and is well watered with stock ponds and wells. The eastern end of the ranch can flood when the river comes out, but this also provides unsurpassed soil fertility and grass production with minimal amounts of fertilizer. There is a good section of the west end that is high and dry and provides good ground for cattle to move to when needed. Improvements on the ranch are minimal, but functional, and include barns/sheds, small house, and working pens. This place also boasts five artesian wells. $1,991,000.

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