Twin Creeks Ranch North consists of a 450 +/- acre parcel out of 1204 +/- acres with approximately 1.7 miles of road frontage on LCR 633 and a half-mile of frontage on LCR 636. Portions of Cedar Creek and Rocky Creek corkscrew through the property on the West and East ends. The ranch is very diverse and offers great agricultural, recreational, and residential use.
LAND FEATURES: Currently being utilized as a cattle operation and hunting lease, the ranch features include perimeter fencing and cross fencing with multiple gates for access from LCR 633. There are multiple pasture areas that are open and wooded, providing shelter for livestock and wildlife. Approximately 30 acres of Bermuda on the Western border of the property. Gently rolling hills throughout with elevation variations of approximately 20 to 30 feet. There are a number of trails through the property providing for navigation to the pasture and hunting areas.
SOIL: The soil consists of various clays and loams with the majority consisting of Crocket Loam, Whitesboro loam, Normangee clay loam, and Heiden clay. The soils can be used for cultivating crops, pasture, range, woodland, and wildlife.
HYDROLOGY: The ranch has abundant surface water with approximately 4 tanks scattered throughout the property as well as portions of Cedar Creek near the Eastern border and Rocky Creek near the Western border. The creek areas are heavily wooded and there are numerous wet weather draws.
WILDLIFE/HUNTING: Twin Creeks Ranch North has abundant water and shelter for native wildlife to include deer, dove, duck, and varmints.