Steele Creek Ranch is one of the most incredible offerings currently available in this part of Texas with abundant creek and water frontage. Steeped in rich Bosque County history, portions of this ranch have had only 2 or 3 owners in the last 150 years.
Location: The ranch is just minutes outside of Morgan, TX and has excellent frontage on both sides of FM 927. Morgan sits in the northern portion of Bosque County, an area that has been commonly referred to as “The Top of the Hill Country.” Glen Rose, Granbury, Hico, Clifton are all quaint towns nearby. The property is approximately 1 hour 30 minutes from the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex, 2 hours 30 minutes from Austin, and 1 hour from Waco, TX.
Land: Steele Creek is a wonderful opportunity for a working ranch with agricultural/farming and cattle/livestock plus a recreational aspect as well. Each area of the ranch has its own unique characteristics that add to the diversity and utilization of the land.
Topography/ Terrain: As previously mentioned, this area of the state is commonly called “The Top of the Hill Country” has abundant views of surrounding countryside in many directions. The highest point of elevation on the property is along the northern boundary of the property on CR 2620 at approximately 820 +/- Ft above sea level. The lowest point of the property is approximately 720 +/- Ft above sea level along the waters of Steele Creek. The ranch has an abundance of tree cover and includes Oak, Red Oak, Cedar Elm, Elm, Cotton Wood, Mesquite, and some Blue Juniper. A variety of soils including some various clays and loams can be found throughout.
Water: The most significant water feature on the property is Steele Creek, a rocky bottom waterway with deep pools and seasonal waterfalls. The ranch has over 7,000 Ft of frontage on both sides of the creek on the west end of the property , and over 8,000 +/- Ft of frontage on the north side of Steele Creek starting in the center of the property and moving toward the southern and eastern end of the ranch. There are approximately 14 stock ponds on the property varying in size. There is a very nice sized lake on the Western end of the property that is approximately 5.75 +/- AC in size.
Recreation: This ranch offers an abundance of recreational opportunities ranging from deer, turkey and hog hunting, a variety of water fowl and bird hunting. Excellent fishing is available in the creeks, ponds and lakes. There are plenty of trails and roads to get lost while enjoying time in the saddle or in your favorite ATV.
Improvements: Steele Creek Ranch is well outfitted with a variety of improvements across the ranch and plenty of room for guests. The headquarters includes a main house which has 3 bedrooms/2.5 baths, a study with closet that could be a fourth bedroom and a large mudroom with a full bathroom. There are 4 barns at the headquarters all with electricity and full concrete floors, a massive hay barn and a large industrial fabricated steel building used for storage. The guest house has 2 bedrooms/1.5 baths restored oak floors, a new roof and a new HVAC system. Near the guest house is an equipment barn, a hay barn and a shop/garage with covered parking. All three buildings have electricity and concrete floors. The ranch has fencing and cross-fencing, though not all of the pastures on the creek are perimeter fenced.
This ranch is being offered For Sale and is Exclusively Listed by Harlan Ray & David Burgher of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty.
Buyer’s brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of the Listing Broker. Prospects may be required to provide proof of funds prior to scheduling a showing.