High Ridge Ranch - Callahan County, Cross Plains, TX
Tucked away in deep southern Callahan County, this beautiful and rare 420 acres is the perfect combination cattleman and sportsman’s dream ranch. Located just 10 minutes to exciting Lake Coleman, 20 minutes to Cross Plains, 30 minutes to Coleman or Abilene, and under 2 hours from Fort Worth, the High Ridge Ranch is just plain convenient. The ranch has over one mile of frontage on scenic County Road 410, and it is directly across the road from the historic 19,000-acre low-fenced Silver Brook Ranch.
This is an amazing opportunity to acquire your own magnificent piece of Texas in a highly desirable area where ranches for sale are simply non-existent. Call today, this one might not be available for long!
***Additional contiguous acreage available***
Topography, Rangeland & Habitat
As the name implies, the ranch topography is dominated by a wide elevated ridge that runs straight north through the property and divides it into three distinct natural habitats. The central zone is predominantly improved meadows blessed with strong native grasses and oak trees everywhere. This immaculately maintained area also boasts two ponds, a very nice set of cattle working pens, a pole barn with accompanying equipment container, and a really neat covered barbeque area with concrete slab and original homestead fireplace.
The west side of this tremendous property slopes down into a huge block of big brush and trees that provides the perfect hiding place for the ranch’s strong and diverse wildlife population which includes whitetail deer, turkey, dove, wild hogs, and an amazing variety of varmints. A small pond tucked into the edge of the vegetation also helps attract a multitude of game bird species.
The east side of the main ridge is a combination of grand meadows and oak trees, but it is highlighted by a dazzling 80-acre field that has been continuously planted with native grasses for cattle grazing. There is also another lovely small pond in this area with a wonderful backdrop of large oak trees.
A new Coleman County water meter providing safe and abundant community water is expected to be installed by October 1, 2023.
Power is on-site.
The seller will convey all mineral and executive rights owned to buyer at closing.