This North Texas Ranch is excellent for hunting, fishing, cattle and horses. Property offers 444 acres
of rolling terrain with mild elevation changes, abundance of cover & wildlife, some large
neighboring ranches, excellent interior roads, multiple (stocked) ponds and creeks that
meanders throughout part of the ranch. Headquarters is centrally located, where you'll find the ranch house, large equipment barn & metal working pens. This property is a
great escape from the big city and less than a 1.5 hr. drive to Fort Worth.
7.4 miles northeast to Jacksboro
23 miles west to Graham Airport
35 miles south to Mineral Wells
50 miles southeast to Weatherford
68 miles southeast to Fort Worth
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- The Ranch house is a 2-bedroom, 2-bath home, with loft area, wood burning stove, large covered front porch and an attached carport.
- LOCATION: The “444 Vista Ranch” is located 7.4 miles southwest of the quaint town of Jacksboro. Jacksboro was first settled in the 1850s, with newcomers attracted by land offers from the Texas Emigration and Land Office. Originally called "Mesquiteville", the community grew up along the banks of Lost Creek and spread out over the pastureland between Lost Creek and the waters of the West Fork of Keechi Creek. It was renamed "Jacksboro" in 1858, when it became the county seat, in honor of brothers William and Patrick Jack, veterans of the Texas Revolution.
- TERRAIN: Rolling terrain with seasonal creeks and about 75% wooded. Land varies from heavily wooded with slight elevation changes (50+/- feet) to level terrain with some small meadows & approximately 90+ac of cleared fields.
- VEGETATION: Tree cover consists of an abundance of oaks, mesquites, elms, hackberry and a variety of shrubs beneficial for all the wildlife. Scattered throughout the property is also wild plum thickets and even some blackberries.
- WATER: Surface water consists of 4 ponds (stocked with bass & catfish) and a couple of seasonal creeks. A water well services the ranch house, that’s located between the home & barn.
- WILDLIFE: Plenty of hunting opportunities for whitetail deer, turkey, dove, ducks, hogs and varmints.
- FENCING: The perimeter and (2) cross fences are in good to excellent condition, with most being in 6-strand barbed wire. There’s also a great set of (pipe) cattle working pens, weaning pens and some cattle guards in place.
- ELECTRIC: Electricity to the house and barn is provided by Fort Belknap Co-Op
- EASEMENT: Some underground pipelines run through parts of the property and one producing well (back of the property), but they have very little impact to this large ranch and adds to the excellent interior road system.
Horse Facility Features
- EQUIPMENT BARN: Approximately 50 yards from the house and near the cattle pens, is a 40 x 60 metal equipment/hay barn used to keep equipment out of the elements.
- PASTURES: The property provides 50+ acres of income producing hay pastures, that on an average year produce around 300 round bales. There’s also another 40+ acres of coastal/native Bermuda for grazing. Currently running cattle and property is Ag exempt.
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1413 Salt Creek Rd, Jacksboro, Jack County, Texas