Comanche Star Ranch



4222+/- acres in Comanche County. This ranch features the best of many worlds, there are 8 lakes located around the ranch that range in size from a few acres up to approximately 36 acres. Copperas Creek traverses all the way across this ranch. All stocked with fish of all kinds. The ranch is completely high fenced and has been managing the deer population for many years. Then there is the cattle/horse ranching aspect of this ranch. Take all these things and add them together with the facilities described, you must see to appreciate. The main home is made of native rock with a unique design with beautifully appointed upgrades rivaling something out of Architectural Digest. It features 4 bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths all built around a tranquil atrium at the center of the home. The formal living room and dining room as well as the family room feature exposed wooden beams on the ceiling, native stone walls and marble floors giving the home a very natural feel. The kitchen has a granite counter top with a center island and plenty of cabinets for storage as well as a large built in refrigerator. All of the bedrooms have faux walls, walk-in closets, ceiling fans and walls of windows with serene views of the property. The baths are all marble floors and granite counter tops. There is a guest room/in-law suite with its own fireplace and separate bath. The utility room is large with a 1/2 bath with plenty of extra storage in the built in cabinets. There is also a cellar/basement with plenty of room and built -in racks and cabinets that could be used for storage or a wine cellar. The hunter's lodge, known as the 'Cantina' has a kitchenette/living room with a separate bedroom and bath and a covered front porch with a gorgeous view of the fields. There is also a separate washer/dryer hook-up and plenty of extra storage. It is attached to a very large work shop with a walk-in cooler, cement floors throughout and 4 roll -up doors that you can drive through. There is a very large horse barn with 10 stalls and pens, a feed room, tack room all with cement floors. At the far end is a roll- up door and plenty of room for equipment/hay storage. Additionally, there are working pens, grain silos and a large pole barn/equipment storage barn with a cement floor and large iron beams.

Location: NW Comanche County
Water: 8 lakes and Copperas Creek
Utilities: All on place
Terrain: rolling
Wildlife: Deer, Turkey, Red Stag
Improvements: Barns, Houses, Game Fence
Cultivation: small grain
Minerals: negotiable
Trees: Oak, Elm, and Mesquite
Soil: Sandy loam
Grasses: native
Terms: cash/conventional
Price: $4,500/acre
Acreage: 4222+/-
County: Comanche
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