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The Frazier Ranch is a rare find on the Brazos River of 220.08
Acres of the most beautiful terrain around. Located between Granbury and Glen Rose Texas,
just 30 minutes to Ft. Worth, 45 minutes to Dallas and 2.5 hours to Austin. Two high hill tops provide views for miles in
several directions. A seasonal creek
runs down a deep valley between two hillsides and joins the Brazos River. In the valley there are turkey and tons of
wildlife roaming the hills and valley. Grazing
fields on top scattered with beautiful Live Oak trees and a few acres in Pine
trees. A variety of trees from various
Oaks, Pecan, Pine, Post Oak, and Mesquite & Juniper cover the ranch. There are 3 ponds on the ranch providing
surface water for wildlife and livestock.
The amazing views are breathtaking offering multiple locations to build
a dream home. A quaint, riverside updated
2 bedroom 2 bath cabin with hardwood floors, granite kitchen counter tops and
large picture windows overlooking the Brazos River is a peaceful getaway. Approximately half a mile of river frontage
to fish, swim or kayak. Good to fair
perimeter fencing and cross fencing with a good stand of lush native grass in
front fields. Remaining is thick tree
**Trinity Ranch Land gladly participates with other brokers. Buyer's agent must
accompany buyer at first showing to receive full buyer's agent commission.
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NOTICE OF WATER LEVEL FLUCTUATIONS
The water level of the impoundment of water adjoining the Property fluctuates for various reasons, including as a result of: (1) an entity lawfully exercising its right to use the water stored in the impoundment; or (2) drought or flood conditions.