Tract 1 - 538+/- acres that includes SH 222 access, 250' elevation changes from north to south (1650' to 1900'), several elevated plateaus and three ponds.
Your opportunity to own a large recreational hunting and cattle ranch at your price is coming. Located in Big Ranch Country, the Flattop Ranch offers great quail, dove, duck and turkey hunting. The deer population is excellent with a genuine chance of harvesting a trophy free range whitetail. Predator calling and hog hunting fill the time between seasons.
The entire area is known for excellent cattle and horse production with its variety of strong and abundant native grasses. The Flattop offers electricity, water and a good road system.
Once part of the famed 6666 Ranch, the Flattop Ranch is a Quail Hunter's Paradise. Located in King County the ranch has excellent quail habitat and an outstanding population with a roughly 50/50 mix of Blues and Bobwhites. The Whitetail deer population is abundant and several are identified in excess of 160 on the B&C scale. With 13 ponds and tanks, the dove hunting is excellent and the ranch is home to a large population of ducks during the winter.
Situated on the Rolling Plains of Northwest Texas, the ranch has a diverse ecosystem. The topography is varied with grassy plains, canyons and mountaintops. The native grasses are strong and abundant, as the ranch has been was rested for several years before the recent season of plentiful rains. The ranch is well watered. A series of 13 ponds and small tanks along with three seasonal creeks, including the head waters of Gyp Creek, are located throughout the ranch providing easy and close drinking opportunities for wildlife and livestock.
The King-Cottle Rural Waterline supplies water to the ranch with underground lines to fill cement water troughs.
Flattop Ranch offers numerous building sites and mountaintops with over 20 mile views of the wide open Texas landscape. To make building easier, water and electric are onsite and there is an excellent road system throughout. There are no mineral rights associated with the property, however, the wind rights are intact and transfer with the ranch.