Pin Oak Creek Ranch | 387 Acres | Limestone County, TX

Smith Ranch is a good value for an all-around cattle/recreational ranch that provides great pasture, plentiful wildlife, outstanding habitat, Pin Oak creek frontage, a seasonal branch, multiple stock tanks, and rolling elevation change. Combined with a turn key cattle operation, the property offers a diverse range of use, appealing location near the town of Coolidge, and a beautiful high point over looking the ranch to build your weekend retreat or new home.

Terrain: Property is a mix of native pastures, mostly bordering a fertile creek bottom, cultivated pasture (currently planted in winter wheat). Elevations are 478′ to 420′, with varied and rolling hills, from a high hill top, down to a rolling flat bottom land. Easy to move cattle around and access for hunting.

Soils: The soils are predominantly comprised of Whitesboro and Wilson Clay Loam. There are also small percentage areas of Mabank Fine Sandy Loam, Tinn clay & Houston Black Clay. A soil map and soil capability map are included.

Wildlife: The ranch has been lightly hunted over the last few years by the owner and a few family members. With over 1.5 miles of the larger and heavily wooded Pin Oak Creek and almost a mile of Munger Branch creek, the property offers prime natural habitat for an abundance of whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, dove, wild hogs, coyote, fox and bobcat. If you family hunts with a bow, rifle, or shotgun, they will find numerous scenarios to hunt in the hardwood trees and tree lined fields, and creek bottoms and ponds.

Water: The property is bordered on one side by Pin Oak creek, with the exception of one tract that is located across the creek. Pin Oak creek is a large regional creek with deep sides and heavy timber lining its banks. Provides excellent seasonal water flow for cattle and wildlife. Munger branch also cuts through the ranch and intersects with Pin Oak creek. There are three ponds strategically located with numerous opportunities for more to be added. Water meter available.

Fencing & Road Access: The owner has put in new fence on two side and has good neighbor fencing on the remaining two sides. The property has access from three different county roads. LCR 208 (hill top), LCR 211 (bottom land) and SW Creek off of FM 1838 (acreage/homesite across creek).

 

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