Quick Draw Ranch

180± Acres
Young County, Texas

Quick Draw Ranch

ID: 7435
External ID/MLS: -- / 7981407
Status: Sold
Sold Price: $645,000
Acres: 180±
Price Per Acre: $3,583
Address: TBD FM 209
City, State: Graham, Texas
County: Young
ZIP Code: 76450
Lat/Long: 33.1007, -98.6359
Presented By: Heath Kramer


Nestled just off of FM 209 a mere three miles from Graham, Texas lies Quick Draw Ranch. This ranch consists of 144 acres of heavy to moderate woods, a seasonal creek, and a stock pond. The terrain is mostly rolling with the highest elevation being in the northwest corner, making a beautiful build site amongst the post oaks. A draw from the west connects a heavily wooded seasonal creek running through the middle of this ranch. This acreage has been resting from hunting and grazing for a few years, providing lush native grasses, and booming undisturbed wildlife. Quick Draw Ranch is an immaculate property with no current oil and gas production or equipment from past production. The future owners will obtain the ability to protect this pristine land with the available portion of the mineral estate. This ranch is in an area of Young County that is known for good underground-water, while rural water and electricity are also available. Quick Draw Ranch has opportunities for grazing, hunting, home building, retirement, and more.


  • Tree Cover- Heavy to moderate; post oak, live oak, mesquite, elm, hackberry
  • Under Brush- Skunkbush sumac, algerita, elbowbush, lotebush, ephedra, winged-elm, prickly pear, tasajillo
  • Native Grasses- Not Currently leased for grazing;
  • Cultivation/Tillable acreage -12 acres; cross-fenced; Not cultivated in the past three years


  • Excellent White-tailed Deer & Rio Grande turkey
  • Good white wing & mourning dove in the area
  • 12-acre field - Food plot potential; Sunflowers/wheat; Transmission lines create ideal dove perches over the field
  • Duck, hog, and quail
  • Not currently leased for hunting


  • One tank/pond-Located in the NW portion of the property
  • Draw and wet weather creek create substantial surface water potential
  • Nearby water wells in the area
  • Rural water electricity can be brought from FM 209


  • Completely fenced-Good condition
  • Access from FM 209-Not fenced
  • Dirt and grass interior roads-ATV roads


  • No oil and gas production or old equipment
  • Some minerals negotiable


  • Deeded Lane from FM 209
  • Fence and Gate for Entrance-To be installed prior to closing
  • FM 209-Paved


  • 3 miles west of Graham
  • 30 miles southwest of Jacksboro
  • 38 miles northwest of Mineral Wells
  • 50 miles northwest of Weatherford
  • 90 miles northwest of Fort Worth

Listing Agent: Heath Kramer (940) 456-0575

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 the first contact with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the 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.

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