427 acre Texas Hunting Ranch for Sale in Young County

427 acre Texas Hunting Ranch for Sale in Young County

For more information on this Texas Ranch for Sale visit our website at https://texashuntingland.com/land-for-sale/427-acres-in-young-county/ or give the listing agent, Andrew Pennington a call at (940) 838-8112.

The Stovepipe Ranch is a multi-use property with grazing and hunting opportunities that is located 17 miles Northwest of Jacksboro, Texas, on the Jack/Young County line. As its namesake implies the ranch boundary extends deeper to the southeast corner forming a stovepipe shape and is comprised of 427 acres of rolling oak timber with Plum Creek traversing through the center of the property. Thick stands of post oak and cedar elm flourish along this drainage creating outstanding food and habitat for whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, and wild hog. A secluded campsite is under construction with a partially completed freight container style camp house, water well with plumbed freeze-proof faucet, and a 30’x20’ equipment/livestock shed. For added convenience electricity is available with utility service running across the ranch. The Stovepipe would be an ideal ranch for new or in addition to any cattle operation with partially cleared pastures and strong native grasses. Exterior fencing is in excellent condition with barbed wire/t-post construction and secure pipe gated entrances. The Stovepipe Ranch is well positioned with outstanding views to the north and south; in fact several prominent elevated points would serve as great potential build sites. For added convenience, an excellent interior road system has been established to make all pastures more accessible. The ranch has 3 livestock ponds that are great fisheries and ideal locations for waterfowl hunting as well. Property access is quick and easy with county road frontage available on all weather Stewart Ranch Road. The Stovepipe Ranch is a highly desirable property offering beautiful views, multiple property improvements, and game rich location in the rolling terrain of North Texas.

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