Crooked Creek Plateau is an exceptional ranch with phenomenal recreational and agricultural appeal. This ranch has been in the same family since the end of WW2 and is ready to bless another family with unlimited memories and opportunities. This ranch has scenic hilltop vantagepoints, great hunting, cultivation, and water resources. It possesses incredible future home sites, on elevated plateaus, with vast views.
Crooked Creek Plateau is located south of the town of Coleman, TX. It is about two and a half hours from Fort Worth, TX and only about an hour drive south of Abilene, TX. This property has county road access on three of the four sides. To the south, there is +/- 5,500 feet of County Road 350 and to the east, there is +/- 7,500 feet of County Road 2131(Shields Highway). Lastly, to the north, there is over 3,000 feet of County Road 352.
Crooked and Red Bank Creeks traverse portions of the ranch. To the north, Red Bank Creek creates a 3+/- acre lake. To the south, Crooked Creek, which runs through the ranch for almost 2 miles, creates an exceptional 3.5+/- acre lake. Additionally, there are other ponds and stock tanks. The ponds/stock tanks and the two seasonal clearwater creeks, coupled with Coleman County’s average rainfall of 29 inches, make this an exceptional recreational property.
Crooked Creek Plateau has a mixed terrain which consist of lush native grasses, cultivated pasture, mesquite pasture, several draws, and rolling hills with mature oak. Elevations range from 1,535 feet in the valley to 1,655 feet on the top of the plateau. There are some exceptional lookout vantage points on the ranch. Soils primarily consist of various clay loams and are very productive. 221+/- acres are currently being leased for cultivation; the tenant is willing to continue with the lease.
The home, shop, and barn on the ranch is accessed off County Road 352. They can be enjoyed for full or part-time use, immediately. The 2,458 square foot home (obtained from the Coleman County Appraisal District) is surrounded by hardwoods and other water features. An old barn and shop are all within walking distance of the home. As previously noted, this ranch possesses incredible future home sites, on elevated plateaus, with vast views of the county. The ranch is serviced by Coleman County Electric Cooperative for electric and Coleman County Special Water & Utility District for water. Having electric and rural water is a beneficial attribute. The perimeter fencing is in good condition.
The Sellers believe they own a portion of the Mineral Estate. None of the Mineral Estate is being conveyed at this asking price.
Agriculture exempt with 2019 taxes of $1,925
All boundary lines noted in pictures, aerials or maps should be considered estimates and not relied on as legal documents or descriptions.
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