Rabbs Creek Ranch
Warda TX, Fayette/Lee County
Rabbs Creek Ranch is located on the eastern edge of the beautiful Texas lost pines. This 262 Acre ranch has a diverse landscape with a mixture of native grass pasture, woods, bottom land and scenic lakes. There is a unique variety of hardwoods consisting of pines, pecans, elms and scattered 100+ old oak trees covering the gentle topography. Rabb`s Creek Ranch would make a perfect family get away with year round recreational ranch including hunting, fishing, horseback riding or the ability and infrastructure to run cattle. Not to mention the fun and historic town of Round Top Texas is short drive away.
The ranch offers an array of native wildlife. Whitetail are abundant along the banks of Rabbs creek. The multiple lakes are home to largemouth bass year round and waterfowl in the winter months. The ranch also has numerous fields that would make for great dove
Gentle topography with slight elevation changes with large hardwoods consisting of pines, pecans, elms and scattered 100+ old oak trees. This ranch has open views and pastures, with multiple seasonal creeks that drain into Rabbs Creek. The creeks and drainage provide good cover for wildlife.
The ranch is fenced and cross fenced. Fencing is in great shape.
The ranch is blessed with surface water with multiple scenic small lakes and Rabbs Creek running along the south boundary.There is one water well and city water is on site.
negotiable for additional price.
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