Red Bank Ranch
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Remodeled brick home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, a large bunk/game room, kitchen with granite countertops, and tile shower. A detached covered 3 car carport. Older cattle pens connect to a large older hay barn & livestock shed. A game cleaning station with walk-in cooler, RV hook up. An older two stall horse barn with pipe runs.
Number of Wells: 9 wells 4 of which are in the trinity aquifer producing between 20-30 GPM also Parker Co. Co-op water supply tap.
Farming/Ranching, Hunting, Recreational, Residential
Gently rolling to heavily rolling native land. Numerous varieties of trees including live oak, post oak, red oak, and mesquite. Along the river bottoms produce large pecan, huge cottonwoods, and burr oaks. Two secluded canyons, and a magnificent river bottom. HIlls with long scenic views of Comanche Peak and the northern end of Lake Granbury. Multiple large improved Bermuda grass pastures of 200+ acres are scattered throughout the property.
Varied topography of rolling hills to deep hardwood draws and canyons to beautiful native grass meadows and improved grass pastures
Flood Plain: Small varied amount %
Very strong population of native whitetail deer, dove and migratory waterfowl, along with hogs and an excellent Rio Grande Turkey population that roams the ranch.
Minerals: 1/2 minerals on 2,987 acres, 1/8 minerals on 129 acres. No production and not leased. A positive geology report written by Billy Caldwell, licensed geologist, Fort Worth, summarizes a potiential lucrative natural gas source.
$ $10,598 with agricultural exemption
Approximately 18.5 miles south southwest of Weatherford, 24 miles northwest of Granbury, 45 miles to Fort Worth, and 68 miles to DFW international airport.
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The Red Bank Ranch is CO-Listed with Coalson Real estate.
This property is a true rarity in the Texas farm and ranch real estate world. This size of property with the amount of water and river frontage is extremely hard to come by especially being 45 miles to downtown Fort Worth. There is tremendous potential for the next owner of this ranch. The Red Bank is an exquisite ranch, with the continued habitat and wildlife management that has already been started, the opportunities for either private, or commercial use would be endless. The location of the ranch, infrastructure, and riverfront are a true one of a kind property. This ranch brings new meaning to the phrase of owning a one of a kind legacy ranch. Call to schedule you’re private showing today.