~224 total acres with over 3000 feet of both sides of spring fed Lucy Creek. Huge Oak trees, Cedar Elms and Pecan trees cover much of the ranch. ~1000??? of frontage on County Road 3500. Over 1 mile of frontage on both sides of County Road 3480. Roughly 78 acres of open grazing field with improved Kline grass and 146 acres of wooded and semi-wooded and riparian zones around the creek. Clay loam soils cover most of the ranch and provide excellent grazing. 4,110 sq ft custom home - four bedrooms, three and ?? baths, office that could be a fifth bedroom, two large living areas, spacious kitchen, screened in porch and attached garage with lots of storage space. Swimming pool and pool house that protects pool equipment and provides a storage space. Guest house which needs significant work, barn and several storage buildings. Fenced and cross fenced with numerous livestock watering locations and working pen. Lucy Creek runs through the property and provides running spring fed water most of the year. The deep holes on the creek typically hold water year-round. The property sits above the Trinity Aquifer. A water well on the property supplies water for stock animals, wildlife and irrigation. Kempner Water Supply Corporation provides water for both the main house and the guest house. Wildlife: The ranch habitat attracts most of the native Texas wildlife, whitetail deer, wild turkeys, etc. Grasses and Trees: Native grasses, improved Kline grass in the pastures and native trees are flourishing. Horses are allowed.
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