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As you approach the metal ranch house you find an outdoor living area with a stone fireplace with grilling grate and stone benches for entertaining. Once you walk in the front door you are welcomed by vaulted ceilings and an open concept great room. The kitchen has custom cabinetry, stainless appliances, granite countertops and a pantry with plenty of storage. Copper pendant lights hang above the kitchen island which has seating for barstools. The dining room windows to let in plenty of natural light. The living room has a corner propane fireplace with a grand mesquite mantle for the TV and a corner office area. Down the hallway to the left is the main suite with double sinks in granite counters, tiled walk-in shower and a walk-in closet. Down the hallway to the right are 2 bedrooms with walk-in closets. There is also a spacious guest bathroom with a tiled tub-shower combo along with full size washer/dryer and custom cabinetry. The 2,310 sq ft home was built in 2020 is furnished with rustic furniture which will convey with the house as well as all appliances. There is an attached 2 car garage which is insulated and has shelves on two walls for storage.
Outbuildings and improvements include a 30'x40' Metal Shop with a concrete floor, electricity and a 12’ overhang for parking equipment or hanging deer. There is also a 40 sq ft kennel/doghouse with short runs and storage for feed. The above ground tornado shelter will protect you in time of need.
There are pipe holding pens both in front and back of the house in case you want to keep an eye on some livestock. There is also a set of pipe pens along the county road with water for troughs. The gates are arranged on the county roads so that you can move cattle directly across the road from one pasture to another.
Water: On the southern tract there are a total of 18 stock tanks & ponds which hold approx. 11.05 acres of water. Brooksmith Water Supply Corporation provides water to the house and pens.
Terrain: There is around 90’ of elevation change from the highest point west of the house tract to the lowest valley south of the house tract. There are approx. 485 acres of open pasture that has been cleared and currently has native and bunch grasses growing. The remaining acreage (approx. 550 acres) has areas that scattered trees and areas that area heavily wooded with Live Oak, Post Oak, Blackjack, Elm, Mesquite flats and various other species. Wildlife should be plentiful since this ranch hasn’t been hunted much in the last several years. Several deer were spotted at the time photos were taken, at least 3 nice bucks. Fences are excellent 6 strand barbed wire.
This portion of the ranch has approx. 258 acres that are heavily wooded with native pasture and approx. 175 acres that have been cleared and cultivated. These fields have native and bunch grasses growing currently.
Water: There are 5 stock ponds dispersed around the property covering almost 2 acres total. Coleman SUD has a water line on FM 2940 and CR 428; however, they do not have the capacity to add additional meters to the line. They have advised it could be 5-6 years before that is possible.
Terrain: There is approx. 40 feet in elevation change from highest point in the NE portion to the lowest point in the SW portion of the ranch. There are several excellent building locations scattered around the property with great views.
Improvements: There is a nice set of pipe pens in the NW corner close to the county road for hauling cattle out. This corner of the ranch has some interesting history, it used to be a housing neighborhood for the Humble oil company.
This northern tract can be purchased separately.
Any owned minerals will convey. There is a grazing lease in effect until the end of the year.
From Brownwood or Early, take Hwy 183 North just past May to FM 583. Take a left on FM 583 (west) approx. 7.2 miles to just past the community of Williams and take CR 433. Take CR 433 to .2 of a mile to CR 120 and turn left (south). Follow CR 120 approx. 1.25 miles to the entrance into property on the right (west) side of CR 120. Additional southern tracts are on the south side of CR 120 and on both sides of CR 118.
To get to the northern tract, take FM 583 to CR 428. This northern tract has FM 583 as the eastern boundary, CR 428 as the northern boundary and FM 2940 as a southern boundary. This tract is the north and western ¾ of the block.
Taxes were $6,701.46 for 2022 with Ag Exemption.
Please contact Hinyard Farm And Ranch Realty to schedule a showing, no trespassing. We gladly participate with all cooperating agents and brokers; however, Buyer’s Agent must accompany Buyer at first showing to participate in full commission split.
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