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Waterfront Property for sale in Wichita County Texas

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$1,987,875 1,590 acres
Electra, TX 76360 - Wichita County

Patton Red River Ranch

Up on the Red. Patton Red River Ranch; 2.54 miles of frontage along the Red River. Prime bottom land within the Red River basin. Its sediment soil and habitat makes this a prime hunting and grazing ranch. See: USDA Web Soil Survey attached. 100% of minerals conveyed, which is rare in the oil patch. Established oil fields in immediate area. China and Adams Creeks, grasses/browse production per acre, and tree cover increases the carrying capacity for both grazers and browsers (cattle and deer) far above lands out of the river basin. As indicated by the map, this acreage has extended frontage to depth along the river. Duck city! Dove, quail, turkey and, of course, feral hog heaven. Hunting and grazing leases for this acreage are FAR
Edward Holman
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$715,000 80 acres 4 Beds | 3 Baths | 1 ½ Bath | 3111 sqft
2479 ASHTON Road, Burkburnett, TX 76354 - Wichita County

80 acres Burkburnett, TX

Welcome to your new ranch with three forth of a mile of Red River frontage! This is your getaway from the daily hustle and bustle of the city life!! This immaculate home with more than 3100 square ft. has 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and 2 living areas. New flooring throughout the home was installed in April 2018. This 80 acres contains numerous possibilities for gaming, farming, and fun with friends and family. The home is heated and cooled with a geothermal HVAC system and has a central vacuum system. You will enjoy entertaining guests and preparing meals with this gourmet kitchen. MUST SEE!
$1,987,875 1,590.3 acres
0 Flippin Road, Electra, TX 76360 - Wichita County

1,590.3 acres Electra, TX

Up on the Red. Patton Red River Ranch; 2.54 miles of frontage along the Red River. Prime bottom land within the Red River basin. Its sediment soil and habitat makes this a prime hunting and grazing ranch. See: USDA Web Soil Survey attached. China and Adams Creeks, grasses-browse production per acre, and tree cover increases the carrying capacity for both grazers and browsers (cattle and deer) far above lands out of the river basin. Dove, quail, turkey and, of course, feral hog heaven. Hunting and grazing leases for this acreage are FAR higher than for ranches off the river and out of the bottom lands. Also excellent for corporate or hunt-fish club, or leasing operation.