Dark Valley Ranch is a tremendous Brazos River Valley Ranch only 65 miles from the Metroplex. This ranch feels and drives very big. It is bisected from north to south by Dark Valley Creek which is easily the ranch's best natural asset. There are two entrance gates on Fortune Bend Road and a centrally located creek crossing in the heart of the ranch. The habitat surrounding the creek provide food and harbor for the various species of wildlife that call this area home. There is a 110 acre cultivated field fenced off to manage grazing. The creek has numerous pools that hold water in normal rainfall years. The terrain of the ranch is rolling to level. The western boundary lies at the foot of the Rocky Prairie plateau which offers a picturesque stage for incredible sunsets. This is an outstanding recreational ranch property well located in the county and convenient to the Metroplex.
***This tract is part of a 4416-acre ranch. This ranch may be purchased in any combination of tracts or in its entirety. Please contact the listing agent for more information.
Northern Palo Pinto County in the Brazos River Valley watershed in the heart of the Cross Timbers ecological Region.
Land and Terrain:
2000' of road frontage on Fortune Bend Road. 110 acres of cultivation, 150 acres of moderate cover, 100 acres of creek cover and the balance is moderate to dense cover.
Carrying capacity 30 cows in an average year.
The fencing ranges from good to fair. Sections of the fence had been recently replaced and are currently being leased for grazing.
There is on average 50-80 feet of elevation change with the overall topography being rolling to level.
2 miles of Dark Valley Creek runs through the property. The creek has numerous pools along its length that hold water throughout the course of a normal rainfall year. There are also 3 stock tanks. That average rainfall is around 34 cumulative inches a year.
The habitat surrounding the creek supports an exceptional population of wildlife including Whitetail Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Aoudad, local and migratory White Wing and Eurasian Dove, Bobwhite Quail, Wild Pig, Bobcat, Coyote, Migratory Duck, and numerous non-game species.
Electricity is provided by Tri-County Co-op and power is available on several places on the ranch
Seller owns no minerals. There are two wells on the property that seem to be very low production wells as is common with the area. It is the listing brokers opinion that they have very little impact on the ranch.
From Fort Worth, take I-20 west to Weatherford, from Weatherford take Hwy 180 through Mineral Wells to Palo Pinto, right on FM 4 in Palo Pinto to Fortune Bend Road, left on Fortune Bend Road for 1.6 miles, the gate on right.
This ranch is being offered For Sale and is Exclusively Listed by Allen Crumley, Associated Broker with Williams Trew.
Buyer's agent must be identified on the first contact and must accompany buying prospect on all showings to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of the Listing Broker. Prospects may be required to provide proof of funds prior to scheduling a showing. No trespassing, please. Seller's agent must be present at all showings. This information was obtained from sources deemed to be reliable, but in no way warranted by Williams Trew or Ebby Halliday. The property is offered subject to errors, omissions, change in price and/or terms, or removal from the market without notice. The Buyer and Buyer's representatives should verify all information contained herein.
Contact Allen Crumley at 817-862-4459 for immediate assistance.