Outstanding views, abundant wildlife, and live water are attributes of Running S River Ranch. The property provides access to both sides of the Colorado River and includes a nice field, home, and metal building.
Running S River Ranch is a superb combination of abundant wildlife and live water. The property is predominately high fenced with access to miles of both sides of the Colorado River. The river bottom contains trees that provide thick cover for wildlife. Hilltops above the river provide excellent views. A two-bedroom home and a metal building with a processing area are included.
The ranch is located approximately 6 miles east of Doole and northwest of Brady, on CR 330.
This scenic McCulloch County ranch is a superb combination of abundant wildlife and live water. The available acreage is part of a larger ranch, and the buyer and seller will split the cost of a new fence on the property line. The ranch is a total of 1,143 +/- acres, and is predominately high fenced, with rolling hills, excellent mesquite, and various brushes. The river bottom contains live oak trees and other large timbers, which provide thick cover for wildlife. The 27+/- acre cultivated field has the potential to serve as a food plot or a strategic location for bird hunting as it is close to the river. The most impressive feature of the ranch is the 2 +/- miles of both sides of the Colorado River. There are plenty of deep holes for fishing, enough territory to kayak and tube, and a shallow area for fording the river into a heavily timbered 80 +/- acres. The ranch provides outstanding views on the hilltops above the river. These lookout points once served Native Americans, resulting in a multitude of artifacts scattered across the ranch.
This ranch is set up to take advantage of good hunting and river access. An older two-bedroom, one-bathroom house is situated on the property, along with a metal building with a processing area.
The ranch has plentiful whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, quail, dove, duck, and other wildlife native to the region.
Water on the ranch is provided by 2+/- miles of the Colorado River along with water from Millersview-Doole rural water system and several stock tanks.
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