405 Acres in Placid
Great combination property with 102 acres of cultivated land and low areas with some large oaks along Dry Prong creek.
F.M. 1028, McCulloch County, Texas
Excellent agriculture and recreational game ranch located on F.M. 1028 in northeast McCulloch County. Great combination property with 102 acres of cultivated land in Deep Creek Valley consisting of silty clay, clay loam, and sandy loam soils. The low areas are mostly mesquite, bee brush, and native mixed brush with some large oaks along Dry Prong creek. Excellent cover and habitat for deer.
Moving out of the valley up to the high ground on the western end of the property. This area is predominately Juniper Cedar, Live Oak, and Shin Oak. There is one large pond on the edge of the valley and two smaller ponds south of the cultivated area. A deep, high volume well services the house and also provides water for cattle.
Most of the fencing is very good to excellent. Predominately Sheffield net with barb wire, one stretch (1172’) of new fixed knot fence, and about a third of a mile of old fence that is still serviceable and turns cattle.
There is approximately 177 feet of elevation change offering excellent views. Highest point is 1624’ on the hill overlooking the valley. Lowest is 1447’ in the creek bottom.
The house is a 2176 square foot, manufactured home with three bed rooms, two baths, a mud/utility room and a wood burning fire place.
All owned minerals convey with the sale of the property.
405 +/- Acres
Structures on the Property:
3 bed, 2 bath house.