655.69 acres in Kimble County, Texas
- Type:Hunting Land, Recreational Property, Undeveloped Land
- State/Zip:Texas 76849
This very remote piece of property is the Hunters paradise with game of all kinds, Whitetails, Turkeys, Axis , Black buck and Hogs. This property could be high fenced to make the truly great big game ranch, but at the present time is all low fence. Big views from the 2300' elevation mountain tops, and great cover , cedar as well as Lots of Oaks,for the game as well as good pasture for cattle.
The property has no easements besides Electric,no one passes through.The well is 226' deep and fills a 40,000 gallon cement tank which feeds two water troughs for the game.The electric service is on all 4 side of the property. Hasn't had any cattle on it for almost 5 years.
The property is currently under wildlife management and enrolled in Managed Lands Deer Program (MLDP). The past 5 hunting season have only been hunted by family and friends, not much pressure. The Game has been fed year round for the past 5 years. The Stark Creek Ranch gets it's name from the starting of Stark Creek is on the property.
Motivated seller: Seller is offering to the buyers Broker an extra 25,000.00 to close on or before June 30th ,2019 for no less than 2350.00 per acre.
Property Map / Directions
Go West from Junction on I 10 to the Ft McKavett exit FM 1674 about 6 miles to KC 24 Three miles to Farmer Ranch road and then another 3 miles to the Property.