Redbud Ranch is a turn-key, highly improved, 848 acre spread of wildlife-rich timber and fertile pasture. It is truly a gorgeous place. With nearly 1.5 miles of frontage along Pine Creek, the ranch affords some of the finest whitetail hunting in Northeast Texas. Pine Creek is renowned for holding monster whitetails. It provides excellent fishing and quick access to the Red River (about .75 miles). Redbud has well over 200 high-fenced acres with numerous exotics. The ranch comes loaded with everything you would need to keep the place in tip-top shape.
The terrain at Redbud varies from rolling timbered hills to level smooth pasture along the north side of the ranch. Redbud’s elevation ranges from 384’near Pine Creek to 478′ on the south side of the property.
Soil: A variety of fertile loams (Woodtell, Annona, Sandy) and clays give this ranch excellent agricultural potential.
Vegetation: The namesake “redbud” can be found is large numbers along Redbud Creek, running through the ranch. Pines, hickory and oaks make up the majority of the wooded areas. Many mature pecan trees produce large crops of nuts. Black walnut trees can also be found along Pine Creek. Dogwoods are plentiful. The north pastures produce thick Johnson grass that makes excellent hay.
Water: Redbud Ranch has nearly 1.5 miles of frontage along Pine Creek which offers excellent boating and crappie and catfish opportunities. An approximately 5 acre beautiful lake lies within the high-fenced section. The cabins have an excellent lake view. Redbud Creek runs through the middle of the ranch. Every pasture has a pond (10 in all) that holds water well. With close proximity to the Red River the water table is very shallow.
Redbud has no shortage of improvements and has been thoughtfully enhanced with superb quality roads, fences, barns and cabins.
• 2 cabins—one of which is finished out with cedar from the ranch
• 60’X40’ party barn with painted concrete floors, bathrooms, two huge heating/cooling units, 4 bay doors
• 3 bed room 2 bath home with approximately 1,800 square feet
• Tractor barn, hay barn, cattle pens, 5 animal protection sheds
• Two miles of all-weather roads—with over a mile of paved road
• Miles of high tensile fence—lots of pipe fence
• Approximately 2.5 miles of game high fence
Redbud boast exceptional whitetail habitat with rolling timbered terrain, bottom land, and well over 7,000 feet of Pine Creek frontage. Wild turkey, dove and ducks are plentiful.
Over 30 elk, 15-20 fallow deer, 7-8 axis deer, 1 Watusi cow
Equipment (Partial List)
• CAT D7 dozer
• 85 HP 4X4 Kubota tractor
• Case 95 HP
• Massey-Ferguson 60 HP
• 560 John Deer Backhoe
• Gator , Two-seat Mule, 300 Kawasaki four-wheeler
• John Deer 12’ Disc, 15’ batwing shredder, pasture aerator, 12’ hay conditioner brush hog, 300 gallon 3-point spray rig
• 24’ gooseneck stock trailer, 4 bale hay van
50% minerals convey with the sale.
Redbud Ranch is approximately 2 hours north east of Dallas in Lamar County off of County Road 47400. The property sits just a few hundred yards from the Red River and adjacent to the western Red River County Line.
Note: Buyer’s agent, if any, must be present at initial showing to participate in real estate commission.
BROKER: Jonathan Trantham
PHONE: (903) 258-5721
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