A beautiful working Texas Hill Country ranch at it's finest. This high-fenced hunting and breeding ranch has many things to offer.
Arrowhead Creek Ranch has been a licensed deer breeding facility and has been raising whitetail deer and exotics for over 15 years.
The 95 acres being sold is located just west of Gatesville, in Coryell County.
3680 sq ft metal lodge barndominium with asphalt drive.
The first floor includes a state of the art working facility with heavy steel construction.
Central air and heat system
Four 10' x 11' holding stalls for animals
Laboratory room for A.I. breeding
Squeeze shoot and working boxes
Red and white lights in stalls and animal-working areas
Control room with refrigerator
Storage areas. 7-ft alleyway with steel framed push wall
Slider doors at loadout
The second floor is a completely built-out observatory and sleeping quarters including bedrooms, living room, full bath, vaulted ceiling, heating/AC
Just outside of the lodge is skinning.rack, large stone fire pit, and spectacular views.
Professionally designed set of 24 breeding pens that are channeled towards the working facility through a 12-ft alleyway
8-ft. game fencing surrounding the property
The ranch has a nice wet-weather creek, a small tank. and includes approximately 1150 linear feet to the middle of the beautiful Mustang Creek bordering the south side and approximately 930 linear feet of both sides of the Creek. Fantastic tree cover is available for the animals. Soils are good for food plots.
Equipment to Convey: hunting blind, feeders and shelters within the pens
Note: All breeding stock and roaming animals, are individually negotiable between the buyer and seller.
Birds in the area: Cardinals, Eastern bluebirds, mockingbirds, finches, woodpeckers, titmouse, chickadees, hummingbirds, wrens, painted buntings, dove, quail (occasional covey), turkey,
roadrunners, red-tailed hawks (nesting)
Predators: coyotes and bobcats
The new owners will enjoy high-fenced and low-fenced hunting. Hunters may enjoy the population of feral hogs roaming around in Coryell County. The Ranch has ongoing revenue from boarding and breeding whitetail deer. (Details conveyed to serious buyers only.) Coryell County is well known for its history. This ranch has a tremendous pedigree.
Indians found this area suitable because of the abundant water and springs. Many arrowheads were found in this county, as well as on this property. We know settlers from the 1800's ventured through this ranch from the stone walls they built and from old coins found here.
This is a must see property for anyone in the market for a turnkey recreational pleasure getaway or breeding and hunting preserve located 50 minutes from Waco or Temple and 21/2 hours from Dallas/Fort Worth.
A minimum of 1% of the sales price is required for earnest money. Please include pre-qualification letter with offer. Buyers representation must: 1) be identified on first contact and 2) must accompany buying prospect on first and subsequent showings in order to earn full participation in co-brokerage commission.