320 Acres in Doole

Affordable, productive, rangeland and cultivation, in remote but easily accessible northwest McCulloch County.

Doole, McCulloch County, Texas

This 320 acre parcel has 135 acres in cultivation with newly planted sunflowers and 185 acres in mesquite and brush cover. Deep clay loam soil is conducive to good grass production and water retention, as evident to the two substantial stock ponds present on the property.


The area in the past was heavily populated with small scale farms but now offers extensive quiet, privacy, and seclusion; along with an abundance of wildlife of all types.

Electricity is already present and water is available with purchase of a meter from the Millersview/Doole water supply.

Fencing is old but still serviceable as cattle presently graze on this property.

There is elevation in the southwest area of the ranch approaching 1560 feet in altitude; offering long distant views to the southeast and north.

The remainder of the terrain gradually slopes down towards the east with the lowest point being the southeast corner at approximately 1475 feet. A difference of 85 feet.

A likable hunting, recreational, and ranching property affordably priced at $1828 an acre.

Asking Price:

$1,828 an acre.

Lot Size:

320 +/- Acres

Structures on the Property:


For more information, contact:

Kirk Roddie

320 Acres in Doole

For more information, contact:

Kirk Roddie

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Brady, TX 76825, USA

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