Featured Listing: Black Oak Ranch

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Black Oak Ranch is located just minutes from Mineola, Texas, featuring a custom-built 7,892-square-foot main residence, excellent facilities and multiple pastures for cattle, and over 30± acres of surface water between three different lakes that lay out beautifully on the property. This 387± acre ranch is ideal for cattle and a variety of recreational activities.

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The property is conveniently located just eight miles northeast of Mineola, 45 minutes from Tyler, and 90 minutes from Dallas, Texas. The physical address of the property is 511 FM 1254, Mineola, Texas 75773.


Approximately 40 percent of the land is open and ideal for agricultural purposes such as cattle and/or hay production. The rest of the property is covered in a variety of hard woods including oaks, cedar elms, juniper, and a handful of other species primarily native to the area. This ranch is located in what is commonly referred to as the Post Oak Savannah.


The water on this property is truly spectacular. There are over 30± acres of surface water on this ranch. The main lakes are nine± acres, 14± acres, and 7.5± acres in size. Each of these lakes has been stocked with fish. The main lodge overlooks the largest body of water. Faulk Water Supply Company has a rural water line that is running down Farm to Market 1254 that services the property.


Elevation changes range from 460± feet above sea level on the north end of the property to 325± feet above sea level on the far southern end of the property along the boundary line. Soil types on the property are primarily composed of a variety sandy loam type soils, ideal for horses and livestock.


This ranch features a truly incredible custom-built main lodge which is 7,892± square feet. The home features expansive porches on the front and back, with a spectacular view overlooking the 12± acre lake on the backside. There is a total of six bedrooms and a bunkroom/game room, as well as four bathrooms and two half baths. The master bedroom is the only bedroom on the ground level. The home features a magnificent great room for entertaining with expansive views looking out the front and rear of the home, and connected to this room is a beautiful chef’s kitchen and dining area. This home features some incredible custom woodwork and brickwork throughout the home and must be seen to be appreciated. In addition to the main house, there are two other homes; one is used as a lodging for the manager, and the other is used as an office for the ranch. There are two barns for implement and feed storage and one horse barn by the main residence. The ranch features a great set of working pens near the two barns. Property is fenced and cross-fenced with several smaller traps for holding cattle.

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Excellent recreation and hunting can be found on the ranch. Each of the lakes is stocked for fishing and well set up for duck hunting. Other hunting on the property includes whitetail deer, pigs, and dove. Enjoy riding your ATV or horse on one of the many trails that exists throughout the property.


Contact listing broker for more information.

387± Acres | Wood County, Texas | Offered at $5,500,000

Burgher-Ray Ranch Group | Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty

BurgherRay.com | Ranch.BriggsFreeman.com

Harlan Ray | c: 214.908.7770 | hray@briggsfreeman.com
David Burgher | c: 214.213.8715 | dburgher@briggsfreeman.com
Clay Bebee | c: 512.422.8276 | cbebee@briggsfreeman.com

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