The Bullhead Creek Ranch is one of the top live water properties available in the area! One of the main attractions is having access to both sides of clear-flowing Bullhead Creek that runs through the property. This property offers a versatile and picturesque combination of beautiful live water, spring-fed canyons, fertile pecan bottoms, sheer limestone cliffs overlooking the creek, and incredible views from the hilltops.
The Bullhead Creek forms a horseshoe shape for 7,000+/- feet through the ranch. It is extremely unique to have both sides of your very own creek; this makes this property a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The ranch has been family owned for 50 years. One can imagine the earlier days when Indians inhabited the area and made their camps along the creek. Over the years, the owners have found numerous Indian artifacts, and there is plenty more to explore! New Creek, which flows approximately 1,300+/- into Bullhead Creek, runs by a historic site of an old school. The owners have indicated that there was a gristmill located on the property. A spring, from an adjacent property, runs through the ranch via a canal, which provides water to the large cypress trees near the home.
Located on FM 2631 in Real County, about 17 miles northeast of Camp Wood and 30 miles northwest of Leakey.
Clear blue-green deep holes of water with great fishing are throughout the creek. Large cypress trees provide a thick canopy near the main home, and groves of mature pecan trees are in the deep fertile bottoms. Several of the fields have been previously cultivated and could be brought back into production. Water from a neighboring spring runs through the ranch in an irrigation ditch, that was once associated with a now-vanished grist mill that operated on the ranch years ago. The headquarters is in a valley surrounded by high hilltops making a very secluded and private setting overlooking the creek. The ranch is currently under a wildlife exemption, and the owners will convey 50% of all owned mineral rights.
Located on the ranch is a very comfortable 3-bedroom, with a loft, 2-bathroom home situated under a canopy of large cypress, oaks and pecan trees. When you walk into the home, you notice an open floor plan, high ceilings, and plenty of windows for natural lighting to flow in. The kitchen features an open design with a functional bar. An equipment barn is near the home, as well as, a well-preserved log building with chinking.
This ranch is an oasis for wildlife with whitetail deer, axis deer, aoudad, turkey, dove, duck, and hogs.
This property offers over 1.3+/- miles of both sides of Bullhead Creek, New Creek that flows into the main creek, a spring that runs through the headquarters, and a dammed-up spring at the base of a hill.
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