EDGE OF THE WEST

101 East First St.
Brady, TX 76825, USA

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215 Acres in McCulloch County

Outstanding views of the Brady Mountains. Where the Hill Country meets the Great Plains!

McCulloch County, Texas

Highway frontage showplace or back in the hills’ hideaway. This place can be either for the discriminating buyer!

 

Eight miles north of Brady, Texas on the eastern end of the Brady Mountains, this 215-acre parcel offer a combination of a good cattle ranch and an excellent hunting property. The western third of the place is terraced, old farmland from the very distant past that is now excellent, clay loam grassland offering top notch grazing.

 

The eastern hills are predominately Live Oak and Red Oak with a scattering of Mesquite and Cedar. Good wildlife browse is present and Prickly pear is minimal. Elevation on the property runs from 1780 feet to 1890 feet.

 

The ranch features three considerable stock ponds and one smaller wet weather pond. Existing fences are good to excellent and there is a solar powered well on the property along with in-place electric power. Minerals are negotiable.

 

The best feature of this place are the outstanding views of the Brady Mountains. Where the Hill Country meets the Great Plains! 

Asking Price:

$646,000

Lot Size:

215 +/- Acres

Structures on the Property:

None.

For more information, contact:

Becky Long