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DescriptionBrushy Creek Ranch --- 665.74 Acres
The Brushy Creek Ranch is located in the northeast portion of Young County west of Highway 16 on Farmer and Hoffman Road 3.5 miles southwest of Markley, near the Jack and Archer County lines. The ranch is accessed at the dead end of Hoffman Road and off the north side of Farmer Road.
The ranch is primarily heavily wooded with the majority being oaks with scattered mesquites. There are several natural cleared areas ideal for producing high quality food plots for wildlife. At the southeast portion of the property is a 44 acre fenced field historically used for wheat production. The terrain is rough and rocky in some areas and level with sandy soils in others. The ranch has over 125' of elevation change with the highest points being on the western and eastern boundaries, with a general slope towards the center of the ranch where Brushy Creek Resides. Brushy Creek traverses the eastern half of the ranch in a north/south direction. There are several wet weather creeks that flow into Brushy Creek. Areas along the creeks are densely wooded and serve as natural thoroughfares for wildlife. There are 6 stock ponds, with several other seasonal watering holes. This ranch has several other sites suitable for additional stock ponds and/or lakes.
Improvements consist of 2 metal barns, metal livestock pens, barbed wire perimeter and cross fences, and adequate interior road system. Electricity is on the ranch.
Key Site Characteristics
- 1 mile of Brushy Creek Frontage
- Heavy Oak Coverage
- High Elevation Points with Tremendous Views
- 125' of Elevation Change
- Secluded with Easy Access
Asking $2,650/Acre, or $1,764,000
Contact Stephen Turner, Listing Agent - 940-636-7039
Do not trespass, the listing agent must be present at all showings. Buyer to confirm all information contained herein. Buyers agent must make first contact and be present at all showing to be allowed full fee participation.