Location: Located in Collingsworth County between Wellington and Shamrock, Texas and just 6.2 miles east of Lutie, Texas on blacktop FM 1439. The ranch is located 110 miles from Amarillo, 150 miles from Wichita Falls, and 180 miles from Oklahoma City.
Terrain: The Wolf Creek Ranch is a phenomenal property located in the eastern edge of the Texas Panhandle. This property features remarkable, year-round live water on the ranch, with over 2.5 miles of Wolf Creek flowing through this outstanding property. Large volumes of cool, clear water flow off the high plains and through the ranch which provides great fishing for bass, catfish, and pan fish along its winding banks and deeper pools. Bear Creek also flows into Wolf Creek from the north and a smaller cottonwood lined tributary feeds the creek from the east, forming a game rich area for hunters. In fact, sportsman will encounter great populations of Whitetail and Mule deer, as well as excellent numbers of both Bobwhite and Blue quail. A nice population of Rio Grande turkey also call Wolf Creek home, with excellent roosting sights throughout the towering cottonwoods. Several feeder setups provide great areas to view or hunt game. A newly cultivated and fenced food plot provides an additional draw for wildlife. Dramatic elevation changes provide stunning panoramas that range from an elevation of around 2,000 feet along the higher points and roll toward the creek bottoms approximately 150-200 feet below. The property consists of mesquite flats, chinaberry and hackberry groves with wild plum thickets which provide perfect cover and food sources for wildlife. Native grasses such as gramma and side oats also flourish in the sandy loam soils, providing excellent cattle grazing as well. A nice set of pipe working pens and corrals are located near the ranch entrance for convenience. Three water wells also supplement more remote areas of the property. Two drainage ponds and several other wet weather impoundments also provide cattle and wildlife with additional water resources. The ranch has also been cross-fenced to allow rotational grazing that has typically grazed around 125 pairs. If grass is abundant, the owner also runs some yearlings in the growing months. Two 40 storage containers have been set up in a secluded area near the entrance to provide storage and lodging for ranch activities. An older barn and pens are located along the south bank of Wolf Creek. With year round live water, numerous game species, great elevation changes, and the large size of this property, the Wolf Creek Ranch is a rare opportunity to own a unique piece of Texas!
Improvements: Brand New 3 Bedroom/2 Bath, Ranch Home-1,500 sq. ft. of living area including a 20x30 Great Room/Open Concept Kitchen area with 10 ft. ceiling, large 10x50 porch facing northeast, and a 25x40 covered parking area. The home is well insulated, has metal siding and a metal roof which will be very efficient and low maintenance. 2 - 40 freight containers with a metal roof and overhangs to provide plenty of shade, FM 1439 paved road frontage, multiple seasonal ponds, 3 excellent water wells, pipe cattle working pens/corrals, fenced food plot, an excellent interior road system, crossed fencing, and excellent perimeter fencing.
Wildlife: Whitetail deer, mule deer, bobwhite/blue quail, rio grande turkey, and fishing in Wolf Creek.
Minerals: Minerals available with an acceptable contract.
Price: $1,300 per acre
Contact: Andrew Pennington - Listing Agent (940) 838-8112