$3,598,325 | 4,643.00 ACRES | SOLD
The Bateman Wichita River Ranch is well located in King County, Texas, just east of the ranch community of Guthrie. This area is home to historic ranches such as the 6666 and Pitchfork, as well as many others.
The Bateman Ranch has a long history of ranching, farming and land ownership. The ranch once spanned over 40,000 acres, and this is the last piece of the historic ownership.
The ranch has a varied topography that ranges from river bottoms to rugged and steep bluffs with elevations ranging from 1,575' to 1,750'.
Brush is dense over much of the property and cover is generally provided by cedar and mesquite with scattered hackberry trees and some salt cedar along the river.
The ranch offers over 4.5 miles of the Wichita River, which flows through the property from west to east. This flowing river has abundant wildlife populations and offers exceptional winter protection for livestock.
Several dirt tanks and a live spring are located on the property, and the ranch has a tap on a city waterline. This waterline offers the property reliable water and is suitable for use should a buyer wish to construct improvements on the ranch.
Access to the property is by graded, maintained county roads and a short easement through the original Bateman Ranch.
This is an exceptional area, well known for trophy whitetail deer. Turkey, quail and feral hogs are all present. Dove and other migratory bird hunting is fantastic.
This is an opportunity to purchase a good live water ranch with a fascinating history. The city waterline is a huge bonus in this area. Electricity is available.
Price: $775 per acre