The Cranfills 60 Ranch is located only minutes from Cranfills Gap on the eastern edge of Hamilton County. This property would make an excellent homesite as well as a great hunting potential due to the balance of tillable and wooded acres. The ranch is very easily accessible and in a particularly quiet area. Land:
The land consists of 25 tillable acres and the remainder wooded with mostly Juniper and some Live Oaks. The soil in the wooded areas is gravelly clay loam and the tillable acreage contains topsey clay loam. This propertys topography is flat and drains to the South.
Electric line across the property is available for service through United Coop. Water wells in the area can produce 30-40 gpm at approximately 700 feet and in Hamilton County wells are not under the jurisdiction of any groundwater conservation district.
This property is located approximately 4.5 miles west of Cranfills Gap, 45 miles from Waco, 2 hours from Dallas, and 2.5 hours from Austin.
The ranch is a great transition area for wildlife due to the location between Meridian Creek and the South Prong Meridian Creek. Whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, and dove can all be hunted on this property with much larger neighboring ranches that add minimal hunting pressure.
The ranch is taxed with a 1d1 agricultural valuation for livestock.
No minerals are available and there is no production on this property.