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LOCATION: Located 6+/- miles northeast of Jacksboro (before crossing over Trinity River) and within 60 miles of Fort Worth.
ACCESS: Property has great access with 1/4 mile paved road frontage on the east side of Highway 59.
DIRECTIONS: From Jacksboro: Travel northeast on Highway 59 for approximately 6 miles, property is on the right (east side) with red gate and real estate signs on the fence.
DIRECTIONS: From Decatur area: Off Hwy 287 take FM 1810 towards Chico, continue on FM 1810 past Chico until you reach the intersection of FM 1810 and Hwy 59, turn left, drive 2.9 miles and property will be on the left (after the river).
TERRAIN: Level to rolling terrain in the front 2/3 of property, but the back 1/3 has aggressive elevation change offering spectacular views. A good seasonal creek meanders throughout the middle of the property and property is approximately 78% wooded.
VEGETATION: Tree cover consists of an abundance of post oaks, live oaks, Pecans along creek, elm, mesquite and a variety of shrubs beneficial for all the wildlife.
BARN 1: The hay and equipment barn is 30 x 50 and also has an additional 1000 square feet of overhand area on one side for getting vehicles and extra equipment out of the weather.
BARN 2: This larger (2800 square feet) quality built metal structure offers concrete floors throughout, two large roll up doors on each end, couple of windows and three walk through doors. There’s also an additional 2000 square feet of covered equipment storage on either side of the barn….building would make an awesome Barndominium!
WATER: Surface water consists of 3 ponds that’s loaded with Crappie, Large Bass & Channel Catfish, but also has a large creek (Lost Creek) and the Trinity River is nearby as well.
WILDLIFE: Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, dove, ducks, and feral hogs. This property has been strictly managed and it’s common to see several bucks while setting a stand.
PASTURES: There are three different pastures on the property ranging from 11.78 acres to 12.76 acre. The front two pastures consists of coastal and native grass, while the 3rd pasture (towards middle of property) is planted in wheat. Property is agriculturally exempt and currently running cattle on the property.
FENCING: There are two red metal gates along the road for access to the property and perimeter fences are in good condition. There’s also one cross-fenced section and nice set of working pens approximately 75 yards down from the barns.
COMMENTS: The “Double H Ranch” has it all with scenic elevation changes, premier views, abundance of wooded terrain, improved fields / food plot areas, large seasonal creek and quality improvements. You will not find a better ranch of this size within 1 hour of the Metroplex! No shortage of wildlife…..excellent hunting property…Wildlife Sanctuary!
Colton Hall, Agent – #817-372-0434
Darren Hall, Broker – #817-832-6761