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112 AC Ranch w/ Brazos River Frontage

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Coalson Real Estate
817-925-3333
7801 New Authon Rd
Weatherford, TX
United States
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$2,385,000.00



 

112.35 ACRES WITH 2,431 FEET OF BRAZOS RIVER

10501 Mitchell Bend Court

Granbury, Hood County, Texas 76048

 

LOCATION:                     Approximately 1 hour & 10 minutes to downtown Fort Worth.  12 miles south of Granbury on TX-144 for 8.2 miles, then east / left onto Mitchell Bend Hwy

for 2 miles, then southeast / right onto Mitchell Bend Court for 2.4 miles and the property is on the

east / left side.  Frontage on Mitchell Bend Court extends 3,588.82 feet

 

TERRAIN:                         Divided into three pastures with different levels of elevation.  The property is

primarily fertile since most of the property is in the river bottom.  The western

pasture of 51.7 acres, with some coastal around the old barn, but mostly a timbered hillside for

wildlife comprised of live oak, elm, green briar, sumac, and other browse for deer, dropping from

the county road about 50 feet to where 2.4 acres of planted native grasses are before the middle

pasture.  The middle pasture is 35.2 acres of level sandy loam soil, most of which is planted in

coastal bermuda and has been fertilized and weed killed for five years.  In 2019 a single cutting

produced 206 round bales.  The eastern pasture is 25.7 acres and drops down parallel to the river,

with approximately 175 large mature native pecans trees over 15 acres of mixed coastal bermuda

and native grasses.  The soil is a deep sandy loam and some of which has been planted in six

native grasses, fertilized and weed killed, providing additional area for deer and turkey. 

 

IMPROVEMENTS:         Built in 2015, the residence has 2,332 sq. ft. of HVAC, a beautiful white native stone exterior, and a composition shingled roof.  The living room with wood burning fireplace,

dining area, and kitchen is all one large room.  The kitchen has granite countertops, including a huge island

with a cook top / oven combination and eating bar.  Knotty pine cabinetry, stainless steel double sink, and a

dishwasher.  A master bedroom suite and master bath with a large marble vanity, a large tiled shower, and

walk-in closet.   The 2nd and 3rd bedrooms share a Jack and Jill bath sporting a combo tub/shower and

marble vanity.  A 17-window sunroom with 2 sets of French doors.  A ½ bath and utility room for washer

and dryer; the garage is connected.  A 115 sq. ft. front porch, and a single car garage with a painted / sealed

floor.  An all-electric home, with Mexican tile, 10-foot ceilings, and ceiling fans throughout.  All the

finishes and fixtures are elegant.  The attic is partially floored.  Piped cattle pens, an all steel shed row storage barn, new fencing.  An old large concrete floored wooden barn. 

 

SCHOOLS:                       Granbury ISD (K-12).                       GAME:               Deer, turkey, and hogs.

 

WATER:                            2,431.23 feet of Brazos River frontage on the east boundary with a graveled & dirt ramp.  Potable water is derived from a 437-foot Lower Trinity water well, which produces 75 gallons per minute with a 30 foot draw down after two hours. One stock pond.

 

TAXES:                              $3,990.52 for 2019, with ag exemption.

 

COMMENTS:                   A very difficult property to find these days.  Very scenic with a pecan bottom adjoining the river and elevated long views from the west.  Very diverse and private.  A really cool and clean property!  There is a third party easement on the entry road

 

MINERALS:                     The owner owns the surface rights, but no mineral rights, and there is no oil & gas equipment on the property, however the acreage is pooled in a unit.

 

PRICE:                               $2,385,000.00

 

ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREON HAS BEEN OBTAINED FROM SOURCES DEEMED RELIABLE. NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED ARE MADE AS TO ITS ACCURACY BY SAID AGENT. THIS INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGES, WITHDRAWAL, ERROR, OMISSION, CORRECTION, OR PRIOR SALE WITHOUT NOTICE.  SELLER CAN RECEIVE AND ACCEPT BACKUP CONTRACTS.

 

 

Price: 2,385,000.00



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