Schoolhouse Mountain Ranch
Schoolhouse Mountain Ranch | 1229 acres $5500/acre
Schoolhouse Mountain Ranch is a dramatic Brazos River Valley Ranch only 65 miles from the Metroplex. This ranch has almost 4 miles of river frontage on two sides of the Fortune Bend of the Brazos. The ranches namesake is the historic Schoolhouse Mountain where a relic of the frontier days educated several generations of Texas once sat. Schoolhouse Mountain towers over the Fortune Bend of the Brazos at 1300'. Miles of trails traverse the mountain and the riverfront. This 1229 acres has the beauty of a state park along the shores of some of the best river fishing in the state. Four modest stock ponds are scattered across the ranch. Three separate and deep fishing holes are accessible from the banks of this great ranch. The seller owns some adjudicated water rights and may consider selling some along with the surface.
Northern Palo Pinto County in the Brazos River Valley watershed in the heart of the Cross Timber ecological Region.
Land and Terrain:
The ranch is generally heavily covered.
The fencing ranges from good to fair. Sections of the fence had been recently replaced and are currently being leased for grazing.
The topography is generally sloped to steep although the mountain tops have large generally level areas. The overall elevation change is 450' and goes from the lowest point at the river level of approximately 870 feet to the highest point of 1320.
The highlight of the water features is the spectacular 7775' of Brazos River frontage on the north side and 12,600' on the south. There are numerous places on mountaintop where breathtaking views await. There are four small tanks/ponds and numerous arroyos.
That average rainfall is around 34 cumulative inches a year.
The seller owns some adjudicated water rights and may consider including some water rights with the sale of the surface.
The habitat on the ranch supports a healthy population of wildlife including Whitetail Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Aoudad, local and migratory White Wing and Eurasian Dove, Bobwhite Quail, Wild Pig, Bobcat, Coyote, Migratory Duck, and numerous non-game species.
Electricity is provided by Tri-County Co-op and power is available at several locations.
Seller owns some minerals under this tract but none of the current production. There are three producing wells on the ranch that have little to no effect on enjoyment of the surface. The seller intends to convey all minerals seller owns.
From Fort Worth, take I-20 west to Weatherford, from Weatherford take Hwy 180 through Mineral Wells to Palo Pinto, right on FM 4 in Palo Pinto to Fortune Bend Road, left on Fortune Bend Road for 6 miles to the first gate on the ranch.
65 miles from Downtown Fort Worth
90 miles to DFW International Airport
20 miles to Mineral Wells
This ranch is being offered For Sale and is Exclusively Listed by Allen Crumley, Associated Broker with Williams Trew.
Buyer's agent must be identified on the first contact and must accompany buying prospect on all showings to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of the Listing Broker. Prospects may be required to provide proof of funds prior to scheduling a showing. No trespassing, please. Seller's agent must be present at all showings. This information was obtained from sources deemed to be reliable, but in no way warranted by Williams Trew or Ebby Halliday. The property is offered subject to errors, omissions, change in price and/or terms, or removal from the market without notice. The Buyer and Buyer's representatives should verify all information contained herein.
Contact Allen Crumley at 817-862-4459 for immediate assistance.