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Located in southern Pittsburg County is the Blanco 190. This 190-acre tract boasts approximately 95-acres of incredible grass pasture with the remaining part of the ranch being in timber, water features, and a homesite. The property is cross-fenced which would allow for rotational grazing, hayfields, bullpen, etc. Along with the different pastures, the ranch also has two wet weather creeks and eight stock ponds.
Several improvements are also located on the ranch. The ranch house is 2,300+/- sqft and is 2-bed 2-bath, a large living area with a beautiful wood-burning stove and large windows providing tons of natural light, an office nook, a large storage closet, mudroom, kitchen, and large pantry.
To the north of the ranch home lies the main barn, working/loafing shed, and hay barn. The main barn is 45'x45'+/- and features a concrete floor making this a great spot to park and work on equipment. The 30'x30'+/- cattle shed provides protection to the livestock from harsh conditions and also provides shade and cover when it is time to work and wean calves. Lastly, the 60'x30' hay barn and keeps your hay crop fresh and clean and out of the wet weather. The hay barn can also be used to provide protection to livestock during those harsh winter storms.
Wildlife is abundant on this property as well. The current owner has put in two small food plots, one on the north end of the property and the other on the south end. Deer are regularly seen in these fields as evidenced by the drone pictures.
If you're looking for a new place to call home and start or grow your livestock operation or a second residence with hunting and income potential, then don't miss your chance in taking a look at this beautiful property!
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