488± acres – $6,450.00 per acre
Location: Eastern Kimble County, between Mason and Junction Texas – close to the Mason County Line.
Access: Paved frontage off Ranch to Market Rd. 1221, and State Hwy 377
Terrain: The ranch is gently rolling with slight elevation in some areas. Scattered hardwood & mesquite thickets dot the ranch. One of the best things about this property is the abundance of deep sandy loam soil, making it very beneficial for any type of buyer.
Water: 2 wells, with drinkers and or ponds in all pastures or along the fence lines between pastures. Very well set up water system. This area has proven to have very good and productive underground water, as there are several irrigated farms close by.
Improvements: fenced and cross fenced into 20 plus small, improved pastures that are setup for rotational grazing. The grass is predominantly Cheyenne Bermuda. The fences are all net wire and in good shape. There are two full sets of pens with load and an older house that was used by hunters at one time. There is electricity on the property.
Wildlife: whitetail deer, feral hogs, dove, turkey, varmints, and free roaming axis deer populate the area.
Broker Comments – If I owned the London Ranch, I am not even sure what I would do with it. There are so many possibilities and opportunities, from the very productive rotational grazing ranch it is today, or a sheep and goat operation producing numbers I dare to say. Then there is the ability to make it into a deer breeding or hunting ranch (you can even throw some exotics in there) but know this; the ranch and where it sits, close to London Texas, can be the ranch and or homesite of your dreams.
P.S. did I mention the underground water possibilities!
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