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173+/-Acres, Jack County (TA Perrin Ranch) - Perrin

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Sold $1,008,000 - ranch
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LOCATION: Property is located approximately 5 miles east of Perrin, TX (SE Jack County), 6 miles west of Hwy 199 and about 45 minutes from Fort Worth.

TOWNS NEARBY: Mineral Wells and Jacksboro both are within a short 15-20 minute drive and Weatherford is only 35 miles away providing several options for places to get groceries and supplies.

DIRECTIONS: From Fort Worth: travel west on Hwy 199 (Towards Jacksboro) for approximately 40 miles, turn left on FM 2210, drive 2.3 miles, turn right on 2 Bush Rd, continue 4 miles and entrance gate (TA Ranch) will be on left.

DIRECTIONS: From Hwy 281 (Perrin): Travel east on FM 2210 for 1.7 miles, turn Left on Two Bush Rd for 2.4 miles, turn right to stay on Two Bush Road, go about .6 miles and (white) pipe entrance will be on the right.

ACCESS: Good access to the property with 2281 feet of road frontage on Two Bush Road. 

TERRAIN: Nice rolling terrain with scattered mature oak trees and most of the mesquites have been scrubbed. The property is approximately 65% open native pastures creating excellent grazing land for cattle / horses, but there’s thicker cover to the northeast, south and surrounding properties. There is about 45ft elevation change providing scenic rolling terrain that offers awesome views off the front porch.

VEGETATION: Tree cover consists of an abundance of oak, elm and very little mesquite. Grasses are mainly native with no cultivation and there is a variety of shrubs beneficial for the wildlife, especially around the ponds and the low lying areas in the northeast.

WILDLIFE: Deer, turkey, hogs and other predators are often seen crossing the pastures and also hanging out around the ponds.

FENCING: You enter the “TA Ranch” through a metal pipe entrance with an electric gate and cattle guard. Property is cross-fenced into to 9 different pastures for ease of rotating livestock and fencing is in good to excellent condition. Also, a good set of working pens are located near the middle of the ranch and metal pipe holding pens in corral area around the barn

WATER: There are several drainage creeks feeding the 2 stock tanks and the large pond (3.5 acres). Also, other areas with plenty of runoff where more tanks could be constructed. There are two water wells on the property. The first well (near the house) services the house, barn and south pastures while the second well that’s located near working pens services the other pastures…each pasture has water for livestock.  

RANCH HOUSE: Located towards the back of the property, making it very secluded, is a nice rock and cedar home (2428 sq.ft.) with 2-bedrooms, 2-baths, 2-livings, carport and covered front porch that’s perfect for enjoying that morning cup of coffee. Also, a short distance from the back door is an underground storm shelter providing extra security during those unpredictable spring weather events.  

LARGE BARN: Located about 150 yards from the ranch house is a large (45 x 90) barn with concrete floor, 6-horse stalls, tack room area, electric, water and 15ft outside overhand that leads into the corral area. 

ADDITIONAL STRUCTURES:  Between the house and barn are several equipment sheds used to store the tractors and other equipment. Also, nearby is a large shop with electricity and even A/C…could easily be converted into additional living quarters.

MINERALS: The majority of the mineral estate is believed to be owned by the state, so landowner would be responsible for negotiating any future oil / gas leases with the potential of receiving royalties.   

COMMENTS: TURN-KEY Horse, Cattle and Recreational Ranch less than an hour from Fort Worth. It offers a comfortable 2-2 (rock/cedar) home, large horse barn with concrete floor, water, electric and 6-horse stalls. Also, property is cross-fenced into 9 different pastures, with water for livestock in each one and several cattle guards already in place.


CONTACT: Darren Hall, Broker – 817-832-6761 or Colton Hall, Agent – 817-372-0434



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173+/-Acres, Jack County (TA Perrin Ranch)

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