Endres Ranch Marysville, TX
LOCATION: Marysville community north of Muenster in Cooke County, TX
WATER: 3 ponds
UTILITIES: Electric line is on the property. No meter in place.
WILDIFE: Whitetail deer, feral hogs, Rio Grande Turkey, ducks, predators, dove
MINERALS: 100% of the mineral rights along with executive rights are included.
VEGETATION: Native. Post oak, white oak, burr oak, hickory, pecan, persimmon,walnut and more. Grasses include common Bermuda, yucci arrowleaf clover, little blue stem.
TERRAIN: Rolling with elevations from 850' to 1030'
SOILS: Sandy loam, with mostly Windthorst and Duffau soils.
TAXES: $284. Property is ag exempt.
IMPROVEMENTS: Cattle pens, fencing, ponds
CURRENT USE: Cattle grazing and hunting
POTENTIAL USE: Phenominal recreational / hunting ranch. Great building locations as well.
NEIGHBORS: Large cattle ranches on all sides. One home located over the south boundary.
FENCING: Good to fair barbed wire
SHOWINGS: Buyers agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at showings of the property listing to the prospective real estate buyer in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of listing agent.
The Endres Ranch has been in the same family for decades, and is now available for purchase. The Marysville area is very well known for having absolute world class whitetail deer, with 200"+ deer harvested in the area almost every season. The rolling oak covered terrain is the "North Texas Hill Country" and is close to many wineries, Turtle Hill Golf Course, as well as Moss Lake, WinStar Casino and great restaurants and entertainment.
The deep hard wood draws hold deer and other wildlife year round, and provides for dramatic elevations on the ranch. The Endres Ranch can produce cattle and wildlife simultaneously for the ultimate combination ranch, and has locations that make great building sites.
- whitetail deer
- atv trails
- bird watching
- equestrian trails
- hiking trails
- natural gas