From the Hills to the Creek, this 275.4+/- acres has it all. This ranch has the elevation to the extreme with breathtaking views that compare with non-other in Throckmorton County. With the oaks and other hardwoods trees the hunting is superb, and with the creek that enters the property from the northwest and meanders throughout the place to exit in the southeast makes for an excellent habitat for deer, turkey, dove, quail, and of course the wild hogs. For added measure, rural water on 3 sides, 3 earth tanks, also along the creek and underground well supplying an abundance of water. Enough to irrigate on a small basis, which is very uncommon in Throckmorton County. Some new fence ad the rest is fair to good.
You will be amazed at the beauty of the 1 1/2 story rock and wood combination cabin that is strategically located on a hill overlooking the acreage for a spectacular view. Directly below the house is a mixture of improved seed, (this mixture consists of Little Bluestem, Switchgrass, Sideoats grama, and Sprangletop green grass), this formula is a special mixture to attract deer, dove and quail. Just imagine sitting on the porch of this cabin during the dusk and dawn hours of the day watching the game come in on this 20 plus acres that is especially designed for the viewing pleasure. This lodge has central heat and air, rural water, concrete floors, and panoramic views. This structure is essentially one year old, with a viewing room, a bedroom downstairs with a spiral staircase leading up to the second bedroom, one bath and kitchen on the ground floor. An oversized well lighted porch or patio with concrete floors completely surrounds the structure. I think you will find the construction is very well done with class and character, not just a typical ranch cabin.
The lay of the land, with the exception of the north boundary, is surrounded by roads. On the west, F.M. 2459, on the South U.S. Hwy 79 and on the east Co. Rd. 424, found about 10 miles NE of Throckmorton ad 3 miles West of Elbert. On the West side there is 17 acres in cultivation with wheat presently planted, this plot is perfect to draw deer in to graze, and there is a total approximately 45 acres of improved grass as described above. As mentioned, there are drastic elevation changes, this adds character and is very appealing to the outdoorsman.