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In the center of Dickens County lies a beautiful property with a mixture of diverse terrain, water, and breathtaking views. With wet weather creeks providing water to a small lake on the property, and many improvements having been made, The Lowrie Ranch is truly a special find. The property is being offered with all the mineral rights that the Seller owns.
Location: Located two miles southeast of Dickens, Texas in the center of Dickens County one mile off of the highway. Lowrie Ranch can be accessed via two county roads, county Road 363 to the south, and County Road 335 to the west.
Acreage: Consisting of two sections adding up to 1,320.4 acres, the property is divided into six pastures. There are 211.4 acres of CRP, paying $8,777.00 annually, and expiring in 2020. The remaining acres are cultivated acres that have been returned to pasture, mesquite pasture, or breaks. Cover on the ranch includes mesquite, some Cedars, Hackberry, and some Cottonwoods. Although many of the Cottonwoods were lost due to the drought.
Improvements: The perimeter fences are in good to fair condition, and the interior fences are in fair condition. There are two barns on the property. The largest is 35’ x 60’ that is open on one end with a door on the other. The equipment shed is a 25’ x 80’ lean to. There is water and electricity up to the barns. There is are two small set of corals and horse shed that needs repairs. Besides five dirt tanks and one small lake, there are water troughs scattered across the ranch.
Utilities: There is single phase overhead power line through the center of the property from the south that services the barns. There is a three-phase power line on the west side of the property. Water is provided, from two White Water River Municipal Water District water meters, to water troughs around the ranch giving clean water if the dirt tanks were ever to dry out.
Topography: With a variety of terrain the ranch offers areas available for hunting, grazing, or farming. There is everything from very flat pastureland, areas of terraces from previous farming, to areas of rolling mesquite pastures, and breaks. There is also an area of exposed quartzite sandstone from the Santa Rosa Sandstone formation in the center of the property.
Water: There is a large wet weather creek that supplies water to Blue Hole Lake, along with five other dirt tanks throughout the property. Municipal water supplies a network of pipes and five water troughs across the ranch. Large dirt tanks that hold water provide cattle water and great hunting areas.
Hunting: The ranch is currently only hunted by a family friend. There are Mule Deer, Dove, Ducks, Teal, Quail, and varmints on the property making for an all-around hunting experience.
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS AS OBTAINED BY CLIFT LAND BROKERS FROM THE OWNER AND OTHER SOURCES AND EVEN THOUGH THIS INFORMATION IS CONSIDERED RELIABLE, NEITHER BROKER NOR OWNER MAKE ANY GUARANTEE, WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION AS TO CORRECTNESS OF ANY DATA OR DESCRIPTIONS AND THE ACCURACY OF SUCH STATEMENTS SHOULD BE DETERMINED THROUGH INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION MADE BY THE PROSPECTIVE PURCHASER.
Clift Land Brokers is an agent for the Seller. Buyer’s Agents must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospects on all showings to be allowed full participation. No Trespassing. The Ranch is shown by appointment only with Seller’s Agent present.