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Salt Fork Bluff Ranch | 1,947.55± acres | Aspermont, Texas | $2,531,815 | SOLD

Located in the big country, north of Aspermont, Texas, Salt Fork Bluff Ranch is an hour drive northwest of Abilene. The ranch headquarters are located off of paved FM 1263. As the name implies, the ranch features approximately 2.5 miles of frontage along the Salt Fork of the Brazos River along with steep, rocky bluffs that line the live water on the ranch.

The sweeping panoramic views do not disappoint and emphasize the vastness of this part of Texas. 


The abundance of live water on the ranch is a natural resource that allows the ranch to provide desirable habitat for various species of wildlife. These species include, but are not limited to, whitetail deer, bobwhite quail, blue quail, dove, and wild hogs.

The ranch has been used as a family hunting retreat and it has been leased for cattle grazing. Portions of the property are enrolled in a CRP program that generates annual income. These CRP pastures offer untouched areas for wildlife to thrive.

Within 200 miles of the DFW metroplex, this ranch has much to offer a new owner. All seller owned minerals will be conveyed.

· 1,947.55 Acres, Stonewall County, Texas (based on CAD)

· Located near Aspermont, Texas

About an hour northwest of Abilene

County Road frontage with multiple access points

· Combination of Native, Mesquite, Cedar & CRP pasture

281.6 acres of CRP pasture ($6,885 annual payment)

2019 real estate taxes $4,971

398.3 acres of undivided mineral interests will convey

Soil types mostly consist of combination of Cottonwood-Knoco

complex, sandy loams, and clay loam

· Surface Water

Salt Fork of the Brazos River cuts through northern portion

Live water creek bisects property

6 Ponds

· Improvements

1,806 SF, built approx. 1970s, 3 bed/2 bath

1,500 gallon fresh water storage tank

Underground storm shelter

Various outbuildings including barns, sheds

Rain water collection system

Cattle Pens

· Wildlife

Whitetail deer





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