401 acres in Hamilton County, Texas
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401 acres in Hamilton County, Texas

6610 CR 431, Jonesboro , Texas 76538 - Hamilton County
$1,120,795 401 Acres
2 beds 2 Bathrooms, 1 ½ Bathroom 1500 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 6091741


The moment you arrive at the gate you can see the pride of ownership in this ranch. Beautiful pipe entrance with automatic gate opens to reveal lush grass bordering a winding caliche road to the home and other improvements. Cattle ranching is the main focus on this working ranch. Property is cross fenced into 17 pastures for stock rotation and separation, an estimated 5 miles of interior 6 strand barb wire fencing, aprox 1.5 miles of water lines servicing 7 water troughs located strategically throughout the ranch, 30+ gates and nice set of working pens with squeeze chute and swing gate all complete the package.

Headquarters is roughly an acre under fence that contains the 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath stone home that was completed in 2006. Home interior is open concept with many unique features including native stone used for showers and floors, wood burning stove and spacious bedrooms with walk in closets and private bathrooms. Stone walls are estimated to be 2' thick and provide a great natural insulation to keep home a comfortable temperature in all seasons. Outside there is a 4 car carport, covered patio, unique outbuildings as well as a nice shop with concrete floor. Water filtration system is housed in one of the additional buildings and is enhanced with two 2,500 gallon storage tanks. Well is reported to be 500+ feet deep and produces an estimated 35 gpm. This well services home along with the water troughs. There is an acre under 8' fence that is used for a garden.

Pastures are a unique mixture of B'dahl grass ( estimated 170 acres in 8 pastures, 20+ acres of coastal bermuda, 50 + acres of Klein grass with the remainder being native mix. Cedar was cleared in 2016-17 with many of the piles left for wildlife habitat. Tree cover is a mixture of mesquite, scattered native pecan, elms and a large live oak.

There are 2 seasonal creeks that traverse the ranch and provide run off to multiple stock tanks, one that has reached aprox 5 acres in size with adequate rainfall. Several of these were low this summer but all currently have water. Although there isn't thick, heavy tree cover deer, turkey, dove and other wildlife are prevalent. Deer , dove and even a coyote were spotted while taking pictures.

The name of the ranch was inspired by the remnants of a large stone corral with aprox 1/2 of the corral still standing. There is also a stone "safe house" nearby that was supposedly constructed by early settlers for protection while fighting off enemies. Evidence also remains of an old home site and rock fences are visible in multiple areas.

If you have been searching for a place to raise cattle along enjoying hunting and fishing call today and schedule at time to take a look at this ranch ! You won't be disappointed !


From Hamilton take FM 932 south aprox aprox 12 miles, turn left on CR 431, go aprox 1/4 mile and gate will be on left. No real estate signs on fence per owner request.

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