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Goat Head Ranch

  • Description

    Goat Head Ranch is 1,278+/- acres of premium North Central Texas land. This ranch has been cared for over many years and the high quality of management shines through. The variety of native forage is unmatched on the market.  Goat Head Ranch consists of preferred grasses and ideal browse, which has been grazed out of many ranches the area. These preferred food sources consist of honey suckle, elbow bush, bluestem and more. Native grasses throughout the ranch provide outstanding grazing and an ideal habitat for the local wildlife. This acreage has 11 tanks that survived the drought as well as just shy of a mile and half of the East Fork of the Gunsolus Creek. This feeder creek to nearby Lake Daniel is a deep, banked creek with oaks, elms, and pecans. The lush grass fields near the creek bottoms would make excellent food plots to attract more of the ample game in the area.  The scattered ponds are loaded with all kinds of fish, including multiple species of perch, bass and catfish. One pond has plentiful crappie and a some lunker, large-mouth bass. Several ponds boosts blue gill and sun perch for that guaranteed action that's needed when fishing with children. This unique and rare ranch is also the home to a colony of badgers.  Goat Head Ranch is remote acreage with the ability to be a self-sustaining ranch. The conveying owned mineral interest protects this unspoiled retreat and insures the investment.

    The beautiful main house features an open concept design perfect for a residence or private get a-way. The original two bedroom log cabin home has been updated over the years, including the flooring throughout and granite countertops in the kitchen and adjoining laundry room.  The master bedroom boasts an ensuite, walk-in closets, and adjoining study. Located upstairs is the guest bedroom with a full bath and loft area overlooking the downstairs living room. The guest house is well equipped with two bedrooms, full kitchen and living area. Both homes have covered porches for comfortable hours spent visiting with family and friends while enjoying the Texas countryside. In addition to the residence, there are multiple metal outbuildings with stalls and pens. The well-built outbuilding and hay barns are ideal for breeding horses or showing animals. The hay and horse barns are equipped with electricity and water and one has been utilized as a "Party Barn" by the current owners. 

    COVER

    • Tree Cover--Heavily wooded: live oak, post oak, blackjack oak, elm, pecan, hackberry, mesquite,  willow
    • Underbrush--Moderate to thick: elbow bush, honey suckle, winged elm, prickly pear, tasajillo, lote bush, cat claw, ephedra
    • Native Grass--Leased and willing to stay; Littl bluestem, curly mesquite, sideoats grama

    WILDLIFE

    • Deer, turkey and hog--very little pressure
    • Dove, duck, quail and badgers!!
    • Black bass, striped bass, largemouth bass and crappie
    • Yellow catfish, blue catfish blue-gill and sun-perch 
    • Not leased for hunting-only hunted for hogs

    WATER FEATURES

    • Over 1.4 miles of the East Fork of the Gunsolus Creek
    • 11 ponds survived recent drought--All 11 with ample fish
    • 18 total ponds
    • Multiple draws with big water potential
    • Water Well-Ultraviolet and reverse osmosis water filter systems
    • Water piped to pens and barns
    • Stephens County SUD-Proposed waterline on CR 136

    MAIN HOUSE

    • Main home- two bedroom / two full bath/ half bath 
    • Open concept with updates
    • Covered porches on south, east, north sides
    • Master en-suit with study
    • Loft area

    GUEST HOUSE

    • Updates two bedroom / two full bath 
    • Living room, kitchen, dining areas
    • Master bedroom with en-suite
    • Covered porch
    • Laundry located in guest bath

    RANCHING IMPROVEMENTS 

    • Fenced-Majority good, North fence in need of repairs
    • Cross fenced-Good to fair
    • Electricity and water in barns
    • Pipe pens
    • Multiple barns & pens
    • 4 covered stalls
    • ATV/UTV interior roads

    MINERALS

    • All owned minerals convey
    • 1 old well site-Not currently producing
    • Majority of land not leased

    ACCESS

    • CR 136
    • Inset pipe entrance

    DISTANCES

    • 14 miles south to Eastland
    • 21 miles northwest to Breckenridge
    • 45 miles to northeast to Possum Kingdom Lake
    • 68  miles west to Abilene
    • 103 miles east to Fort Worth
    • 217 miles west to Midland

    Listing Broker: Boone Campbell (940) 282-5500

    No Trespassing. Please contact a Campbell Farm and Ranch team member for a showing. Campbell Farm and Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating agents and brokers must make first contact with listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in commission split. The information contained in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable, but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision making purposes.


  • Location

    • County:Stephens
    • Address:13288 CR 136
    • City/Town:Ranger
    • Zip:76470
    • Latitude:32.57927
    • Longitude:-98.78276
  • Land Details

    • Acreage:1,278
    • Taxes:$7,705
    • Dwelling Sq Ft:2,160
    • Bed:2
    • Bath:2.5
  • Land Type

    • Hunting Land
    • Ranches
    • Recreational Land
    • Residential Land

13288 CR 136 Ranger Texas 76470

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Boone Campbell

940.282.5500 Boone@CFRLand.com
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