1892 acres that is one hour southeast of Dallas, consisting of production farmland, cow/calf operation, and hardwood timber. Trinity River frontage with levee protection. Truly a hunter's paradise! The river bottom produces some exceptional whitetail deer and has numerous hogs. The river also serves as a flyway for waterfowl. There are a couple of duck sloughs that have a long history of holding large numbers of birds. The crop production is a great source for attracting and holding game on the property. This is a wonderful combination ranch for anyone that loves land and the outdoors. $5,900,000.
A very unique property with multiple uses best describes this 604 acre ranch. This property has traditionally been used for a cattle ranch and it is still very well suited to remain that way. The ranch is cross fenced into several different pastures and would make a great cow/calf place or for yearlings. The north end of the ranch is sandy loam soil with some rolling hills and the south end of the place is the darker bottom land soils and is very fertile the closer that you get to the Trinity River. There is just shy of 2 miles of frontage along the Trinity River. The back portion of the ranch is where all the excitement is for the wildlife. There is a very large pecan bottom between Bush Slough and the Trinity River that houses some enormous white tail deer as well as numerous very large mature pecan trees that have excellent yielding crops of pecans. Just north of the pecan bottom lies the upper end of Bush Slough. This section of the slough winds its way through a natural hardwood bottom and provides some exceptional waterfowl habitat and hunting. Located just west of the slough and right on the edge of the woods is a very nice lake that contains between 4 1/2 and 5 surface acres of water. Improvements on the ranch include a new 50×100 hay barn that was just completed, water wells for watering stock, ponds, and a small wood frame house. $1,991,000.
Contact Tyson at 979-229-8710 for more information.