Little Rough Creek Ranch

Status: Sold

764± Acres LITTLE ROUGH  CREEK RANCH, Scurry County – SOLD 2018

CR 1274 & CR 1275, Snyder, TX  79549

Views and character are plentiful Little Rough Creek Ranch, a beautiful 764± Acre property now offered for sale in NE Scurry County in the beautiful Rough Creek area. This property is ideal for hunting as well as running cattle. Wet weather Little Rough Creek winds through the property for almost 2± miles, creating dramatic topography with hills, bluffs, and a beautiful bottom area that is usually green and contains numerous cottonwood trees. The ranch is a fantastic contrast between strong cattle and whitetail country including productive soils, grasses and nitrogen producing mesquite flats, and big topography changes with hills, draws and creek bottoms, providing incredible views and great mule deer and turkey habitat. The historic Double Mountains can be viewed to the East from several areas of the ranch. This is a truly unique ranch and one of the most romantic properties in this part of Texas.

History: Little Rough Creek Ranch has been in the same family for over 4 generations and this is the only time in recent history it has been offered for sale. The property has an old dugout on it from an original settler and some neat artifacts have been found. The family says cowboys would ride up to half a day out of their way to fill their canteens from the well, and during the worst drought neighbors would bring their cattle over once a day to let them drink at the water source.

Terrain-Vegetation: Elevation of the ranch ranges from around 2000± feet in the creek bottom land to 2160± ft. on the higher ground, providing some dramatic big country views. Little Rough Creek, as well as several other big draws create unique topography and habitat for mule deer and turkey, while the strong grass and mesquite flats provide prime whitetail and quail habitat. Native grasses found in this are, side oat grama, buffalo, vine mesquite, blue & black grama, little bluestem, three awn, Texas winter grass, hairy grama, cane and silver bluestem, Arizona cotton top, plains bristle and hooded windmill. Trees include mesquite and cedar with some beautiful cottonwoods located along the creek bottom. The front part of the ranch has Abilene clay loam soils, and 50± acres used to be in cultivation. It is prime ground for growing wheat, and could be put back into cultivation with a little work.

Water: Little rough creek, a wet weather creek, runs traverses the property for nearly 2 miles and usually has a couple of small holes of water in normal conditions. One of the best wells in the area is located on the property, producing 11 GPM of sweet water. There is a newly improved tank with a channel dug and designed to capture even more runoff.

Improvements: Extensive road work, great well, and RV Hook up, electricity as well as new tank work. A recent rain filled the tank with 6-8 feet of water which is holding like a jug. There are several potential home-sites and an existing RV site that is ready to go (RV pictured is not included in sale).

Wildlife: Both Whitetail and Mule deer, as well as turkey, dove and quail can be found on this ranch.

Minerals: There are no minerals to convey.

Note: Owner may divide into 400±AC and 360± AC

Location: An hour and 45 min from both Midland and Lubbock and a little over an hour from Abilene.Winston Field (KSNK) airport located in near-by Snyder TX can handle most any private aircraft with paved runways, 5600 feet by 100 feet, and 4200 feet by 75 feet. 

NOTES: Texas law requires all real estate licensees to give the following Information About Brokerage Services:

*All properties are shown by appointment with Dullnig Ranches. Buyer’s Brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany client or customer on first showing to participate in compensation

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