Wittrock Ranch is a wildlife refuge deluxe! It has all of the water a hunter would want. The approximately 34 acre watershed structure lies on the northeast part of the property. The lake is a big invitation to all migratory water fowl. This structure was built to reduce flooding on Bull Creek that runs through the west side. Bull Creek generally has good pockets of water.
Wittrock Ranch lies northeast of Gouldbusk, Texas in Coleman County. Three fields have been planted in wheat and sunflowers. That’s a set up that should produce all the dove hunting you will ever need. Quail feeders are in place and brush density is excellent along Bull Creek for deer hunting.
The cabin has electricity and rural water. This structure is 1800 sq. ft. three bedrooms, two baths, and an open living area. Central heat and air are in place. Sit on the front porch, which is 12’x60′, and watch the ducks fly onto the lake. The cabin can house up to 10 people comfortably. Five RV hook ups are near the cabin which includes electricity and water.
Two barns are just north of the house. The first storage barn is 30’x80′. The second barn is 24’x24′ which serves as a tractor shed.
Access is good off of CR 300 and the ranch has a good network of roads.
What an outstanding property that is set up for family, small corporate group or an outfitter.
Come take a look and I think you will agree that this is a one of a kind property for hunting and or cattle!
Asking $2,750 per acre.
Directions: Go south of Coleman on FM 2131 and changes into FM 1026 toward Gouldbusk. Turn north 1 mile east of Gouldbusk on CR 300. Go north 1.8 miles and property will be on west side of county road.