Rock Creek Ranch - Cooke County hunting and ranch land for sale near the Red River.
LOCATION: Cooke County, TX near the community of Marysville. 3.4 miles from the Red River. 20 miles northwest of Gainesville US 82 @ I-35
WATER: Fish Creek.
UTILITIES: Water well
WILDIFE: Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, hogs, predators and waterfowl. MINERALS: Available with acceptable offer.
VEGETATION: Extremely diverse sycamore, elm, pecan, red oak, white oak, hickory, walnut, mesquite, cedar, cottonwood, and more.
TERRAIN: 810 to 950' elevation.
SOILS: Runs from Duffau-Windthorst Complex to Normangee and Crockett and Wilson Clay Loam.
TAXES: 2020 taxes are $351. It is in 1-d-1 Wildlife Management exemption. IMPROVEMENTS: Barn
CURRENT USE: Recreation
POTENTIAL USE: Mixed use of cattle ranching and hunting, along with rural residential and recreational.
NEIGHBORS: Large neighbors to the south and east.
FENCING: Fencing is new on the north side, and a portion of the northwestern boundary along the road. Other fences are fair to poor. EASEMENTS: None known
SHOWINGS: Buyers agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property listing to the prospective real estate buyer in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of listing agent.
NO TRESSPASSING. No one is allowed on the property without being escorted by the listing agent.
NOTES: This ranch is hands down, one of the most beautiful ranches you will see in North Texas. This ranch will be admired by the most discriminating buyers, with astonishing 140 elevation changes, dense hardwood tree cover, a live creek, and some of the largest whitetail deer in the state of Texas. A large metal barn has been brought back to life with some major restoration, and the addition of a simple bunk room inside it, along with a covered patio and fire pit. A water well is powered by a generator to supply water. Fish Creek is a natural limestone creek with crystal clear water. Kentucky bass can be found in the deeper pools of the creek, which feeds Moss Lake, only a few miles down stream. From the two major ridge tops, you can see for miles and miles. Dark night skies allow you to see stars all the way down to the horizon. This is one of those ranches that feels MUCH larger than 260.8 acres, and has an endless supply of things to do, see and explore!