Comanche Crest Ranch | 10,298± acres | Throckmorton, TX.....................SOLD | $13.5M
Nestled amongst the gently rolling rangeland broken by streams and draws of Texas’ Rolling Plains, Comanche Crest Ranch is where hunting and ranching meet.
The expansive property is 16 sections in a perfect square. The ranch is situated on highway 380 in Throckmorton County – just over two hours west of Fort Worth or three hours from Dallas.
This is a rare opportunity for a world-class hunting and cattle ranch with five large fenced pastures that are watered via the 25+ surface water stock tanks. There are also two interior traps which are connected by a fenced lane – perfect for the cattle rancher’s needs. Fencing is in good to excellent condition throughout the ranch.
For the avid hunter and outdoor sportsman, Comanche Crest Ranch is home to trophy deer, turkey, quail and hogs.
There have been no significant modifications to the property beyond the road system and fencing, which offers the new owner a once in a lifetime opportunity to place their “stamp” on a new legacy ranch for their family.
Situated on highway 380 between Throckmorton and Haskell, Comanche Crest Ranch is a little over two hours from Fort Worth and three hours from Dallas.
Throckmorton County is Big Ranch Country and also home to other notable ranches, including: RA Brown Ranch, McKnight Ranch, Sloan Ranch, Haskell Farms and the Lambshead Ranch.
Habitat & Topography:
As is typical in the Rolling Plains, the topography consists of mesquite-treed pastures and native grasses beneficial to both cattle and wildlife.
The elevation ranges from 1,475 feet above sea level in the southwest corner of the property up to 1,650 above sea level in the northern portions.
Comanche Crest Ranch has a spectacular ridge along the southeast portion of the ranch that creates drainages down both sides. The ridge also provides stunning panoramic views of the entire property - rumored to be a former lookout point for the Comanche Indians.
The property soils primarily consist of Nuvalde clay loam, Rowden clay loam, Springcreek complex and Leuders-Throck complex.
Comanche Crest Ranch is teeming with wildlife; Deer, turkey and quail are in great condition with no active hunting leases in place. Drainages off the crest and 25+ surface water tanks keep the game animals well watered.
There are six food plots scattered around the ranch that range from two acres to a little over eight acres that have been planted specifically for wildlife.
This is big deer country, and this ranch is home to numerous large mature bucks and a very healthy herd of deer. Additionally, there is excellent quail habitat that holds plenty of quail. For the dove hunter, the food plots with native sunflowers are covered and the stock tanks make for a good afternoon spot.
Ag exempt $8,500
100% of wind rights
100% of seller-owned mineral and executive rights to convey
Grazing lease may be terminated, and cattle removed with 90-day notice
Fort Belknap Electric Cooperative provides electricity to two potential hunting camp locations.
25+ surface water stock tanks
6 wildlife food plots
Miles and miles of good roads throughout the entire property
Minimal oil and gas production on the ranch, with 4 active locations total
There are currently no homes or structures on the property