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Sandy Creek Ranch is raw and untouched combination ranch in Western Love County. The property has exceptional native grass and crosstimbers habitat as it has not been grazed in many years, but is also in an excellent wildlife area known for producing big whitetail deer. Sandy Creek is a tributary to Mud Creek, which are both known for supporting healthy flocks of Rio Grande Wild Turkeys and the large native ranches of the area still protect a few coveys of quail. In addition to the creek itself, there are three small ponds and one 2.5 acre pond on the property, as well as several ideal locations to build new ponds.
*Marietta - 28 miles
*DFW - 95 miles
*Oklahoma City - 119 miles
*County Road frontage
*Four ponds - the largest measuring 2.5 surface acres
*Multiple locations to build new ponds
*Sandy Creek frontage
*Seasonal creek drainages
*Electricity available at County Road
*Water wells readily attainable in this area
*Approximately +/-36 inches of annual precipitation
*Uplands overlooking the Mud Creek basin
*Rolling Crosstimbers habitat with thick native grass, thickets and scattered timber
*Oak, Hickory, Elm and Pecan timber
*Sand Plum, Blackberry, Sumac and Persimmon Thickets
*Very few cedar trees
*100' of elevation relief
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