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Helluva Ranch

Sold: 2022 Helluva Ranch Melvin, Texas

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Helluva Ranch is a 1,042-acre high fence hunting and recreational oasis that boasts a 30+ acre lake offering the perfect mix of wildlife habitat for the ideal sporting lifestyle.  Private lakes like this one are rare and are highly coveted as they provide critical habitat for fish, waterfowl, and other wildlife.  Ducks, Sandhill Cranes, and geese have each been observed on this lake throughout fall, winter, and spring.

A well-known Wildlife Biologist has been consulted on this ranch regarding lake enhancement projects and commented “the aesthetic value of waterfowl habitat expansion as ideal places for recreation is beyond dollar value.”

  • 30+/AC lake
  • Newly constructed barn and skinning station
  • Improved roads and wet weather creeks
  • Ecological diversity of native grasses, brush and trees
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SOLD at:$5,350,000
1,042 Acres

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