DESCRIPTION: Rattan Ranch - 2,234.27 acres, more or less, located 8.4 miles north east of Matador – Excellent ranch with two live water creeks, an old house, a 97-acre cultivated food plot, and working cattle pens all centrally located. The remainder of the property is native pasture with mesquites, hardwoods, cedars and piles of grubbed trees. Ballard Creek, a year-round live water creek, meanders for over a mile along the entire northern edge of the south section. In addition, Longs Branch, another year-round live water creek enters the north west corner of the south section and feeds into Ballard Creek. Both of these live water creeks have ample Bermuda Grass and lots of big trees and brush, providing shade, water and excellent grazing for cattle. The northern portion of the ranch has sagebrush and shinnery with rolling terrain. In addition to the creeks, the ranch is well watered with three windmills and one solar powered well. All of this provides excellent habitat and cover for wildlife which lends to exceptional hunting. Wildlife includes deer, turkey, dove, quail, wild hogs, and varmints.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: 2,234.27 acres of land, more or less, in Motley County, Texas, described by metes and bounds.
MINERALS: Any owned mineral rights will be retained by the current owner.
WIND RIGHTS: Half of wind rights will be retained by current owner.
WATER RIGHTS: All water rights will convey to buyer.
FSA BASE ACREAGE: Not in USDA Farm Service Agency programs. Approximately 97 acres is cultivated and normally put in wheat for grazing and wildlife.
TOPOGRAPHY: Excellent topography with rolling native pasture, creek draw across the northern edge of the south section. Panoramic views from high points across the ranch. Views of the city of Matador.
FENCES: Good to Excellent five strand barbwire fence for the entire perimeter. Interior cross fences and lands have good five strand barbwire.
IMPROVEMENTS: Barn for equipment and/or hay storage, tack room/shop along with metal pipe working pens is centrally located on the ranch and are about 4 tenths of a mile northeast of the old house that is in need of some TLC.
UTILITIES: No Electric. No Natural Gas. No Propane.
WATER: In addition to Ballard Creek and Long Branch live water creeks, there are three working windmills, two with concrete tubs, and all three with overflow ponds. There is also one solar powered well with submersible pump located toward the northeast end of the property. There is one other windmill with concrete tank and overflow pond, but the condition of this well is unknown.
WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT: Located within the Gateway Groundwater Conservation District.
ZONING: Agricultural. Located outside of any municipality.
EASEMENTS: There are no known easements that will interfere with the operation of the land.
ACCESS: Access is from FM 94 over a two mile recorded easement to the east across a neighboring property.
TAXES: Estimated Taxes of $2,931.61 per year
GRAZING LEASE: Currently under a grazing lease.
HUNTING LEASE: Currently under a hunting lease.
PERSONAL PROPERTY: The game feeders and hunting blinds do not convey, as they are the property of the current Tenant, not the Seller
POSSESSION: Upon closing and funding, subject to hunting lease.
Serious Qualified Buyers can contact Chad for more detailed information.
NO TRESPASSING. PLEASE DO NOT ACCESS PROPERTY WITHOUT BEING ACCOMPANIED BY LISTING BROKER, OR WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM LISTING BROKER.
As with any Exclusive Listing Agreement, owners are not to negotiate with any prospective buyers, but to refer all prospective buyers to the Listing Broker, so please do not contact any of the owners directly. Please direct all questions to Listing Broker. This property is not for Rent, not for Lease and Owner Financing is not available.
Buyer's Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Brokerage Firm and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed brokerage fee participation. Otherwise the fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Listing Broker.
DIRECTIONS: From Matador, go east on US Hwy 70 for two miles, then turn north on FM 1380, and go north for a mile continuing north on FM 94 for two more miles to easement entrance gate on east side, then two miles east to property entrance. For Sale sign is located behind the gate.