SOLD!! Bull Creek Ranch5814 CR 300 Gouldbusk, TX 76845 | Coleman County MLS ID #:N/A
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Overlooking Bull Creek this low fenced 570 acres has all that Coleman County has to offer with a wide range of topography, vegetation, water sources and soil types making it an excellent property to run livestock, farm or hunt.
Farming & Ranching
he ranch has great access from the county maintained roads, County Road 300 frontage all the way down the east boundary and half a mile of County Road 302 frontage on the west boundary
Bull Creek Ranch is located in Southern Coleman County about 2 miles north east of the town of Gouldbusk. The ranch has great access from the county maintained roads, County Road 300 frontage all the way down the east boundary and half a mile of County Road 302 frontage on the west boundary. Lake OH Ivie is also just a short drive from the ranch.
Description: Overlooking Bull Creek this low fenced 327 acres has all that Coleman County has to offer with a wide range of topography, vegetation, water sources and soil types making it an excellent property to run livestock, farm or hunt. The 1500 square foot barndomium offers very comfortable lodging for you, your family and guests.
Water: The house and barns are supplied water by Coleman County Water Supply with the waterline located along the entire east boundary of the ranch. There is a government lake just below the house that spans up to 40 acres when it is full. The lake is a major resource for the migratory waterfowl and will have hundreds of ducks on it in the fall and winter.
About 7100 feet of both side of Bull Creek runs though the property of the west half. The creek is dammed up in three different spots capturing and holding water.
In addition, there are also five stock tanks on the ranch that have all held water even in the driest seasons.
Improvements: The 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom barndomimium is an 1500 square foot open floor plan that is finished out nicely including central heat and air. The house currently sleeps 10 comfortably. The utility room provides for storage or a mudroom including a washer and dryer. The large 720 square foot back porch overlooking the government lake is an incredible place to watch the sun set. The headquarters has internet provided but Coleman County Telephone Company via fiber optic cable.
Just to the South of the barndominium are four RV hook ups with one more down by the barn.
There are two barns near the sleeping quarters. One measures 2400 square feet with two open bays and two closed bays. The other barn is 576 square feet and has been used as a tractor shed or a hay shed.
The 2.5 acres at the headquarters has been fenced off and cattle guards installed to keep out livestock. There is a small set of cattle pens perfect for working your livestock.
Wildlife: This is a bird hunters paradise. The government lake is a big attraction for all waterfowl in the area. This ranch is also directly in the mourning dove flyway and has provided many great hunts over the years. Quail populations are on the way up and large coveys are often seen at the quail feeders located on the ranch. Whitetail deer and turkey are found traversing the thicker country along Bull Creek or in the 40 acre wheat field located on the west side of the ranch. There is no shortage of wildlife on this place.
Topography/Vegetation: The topography is gently rolling intersected by the two creek bottoms that run through the ranch creating many distant views. Half of the ranch is dense brush including, mesquite, live oak, hackberry, agarita, bee brush, cat claw and many other brush vegetation native to this area. The rest of the ranch is in native grasses, a 40 acre wheat field and 60 acres of sunflowers.
Minerals: Seller is thought to own all the minerals and royalties on this property. 1/2 of the minerals are available. No current oil and gas leases on the property.
*Seller is a License Real Estate Agent*