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The Sparks Branch Ranch is a beautiful and diverse raw tract in Western Love County. This Crosstimbers property has both rolling uplands with large Oak timber, as well as fertile bottomland with big Native Pecans along Sparks Branch Creek, which is a direct tributary to Mud Creek. The Mud Creek corridor is known for producing massive whitetail deer, as well as healthy populations of all other native game animals. This blank slate is an excellent combination property with enough pasture for cattle in addition to high quality recreational value and would also make an ideal location to build a new home or barndominium.
*Marietta - 28 miles
*DFW - 95 miles
Oklahoma City - 115 miles
*1/4 mile of paved county road frontage
*Seasonal Sparks Branch Creek
*Several locations to build small ponds
*Water wells readily attainable
*Approximately +/-35 inches of annual precipitation
*Rolling upland terrain
*Post Oak timbered areas
*Thick brush and Crosstimbers
*Fertile sandy loam soils
*Native Pecan groves along Sparks Branch Creek
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