$7,729,160 | 7,768.00 ACRES | SOLD
Meandering through a valley of native grass, mesquite and juniper, the Middle Fork of the Wichita cuts an ancient, serpentine path through some of the most remote rangeland in this region of the Texas Rolling plains. From the hilltops to the north, a vista offers views below that has changed but little over the past century, when bison, wild horses and wolves roamed at will throughout this picturesque landscape.
Canyons and arroyos feeding into the river during the rains of spring and autumn, offer sporting opportunities rarely seen in contemporary times as no hunting has been allowed on this property into the 21st century.
Precise brush control sculpted specifically for wildlife and livestock grazing provides optimum feeding acreage with accessible escape corridors for whitetail deer and excellent viewing potential from the ridges and hilltops flanking both sides of the river valley.
Three lined earthen stock tanks and 7 water tubs supplied by King/Cottle Water District provide ample respite for livestock and wildlife throughout the 7,768 acre property.
We invite anyone interested in this rare piece of old Texas to contact us for a viewing. Prices reasonably at 995.00 per acre, it is truly a region that time seems to have forgotten, indeed a rare find among properties in contemporary times.
Feel free to give Wyman and Sylinda Meinzer a call at (940) 256-8932 or (806) 392-5396.