The northern boundary of the ranch is formed by Big Creek which is a seasonal creek and the ranch is subject to seasonal flooding along the creek. Potable water is available to the ranch from Tri-County Water Company. There is a one inch water line that crosses the ranch and there is one water meter at the southern end of the ranch near its intersection with County Road 237. The ranch also has 6 ponds that are scattered throughout the property. Electricity is available in the area from Navasota Valley Electric Co-op. Service is currently not to the boundary and it would need to be extended to the property either from State Highway 7, from FM-1771, or cross country from a neighbor’s tract. The ranch includes several older barns and sheds which have minimal functional use. The ranch is perimeter and cross fenced with fair to average quality fencing. This ranch is a mixture of native and improved grasses. The bulk of the improved pasture is tilled and planted to spring and fall grasses on an annual basis. The ranch is currently leased for livestock grazing. The ranch has a few scattered trees, as well as some timber along Big Creek. This is a surface only sale. The largest city in Falls County is the county seat of Marlin with 5,967 people. Falls County has a population of 17,866 people. The ranch is located within the Marlin ISD.
NOTE: This ranch is shown by appointment with Texas Ag Realty, LLC. Buyer’s Brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany client or customer on first showing to be considered for participation in compensation.