Amidst the rolling hills of the Brazos River valley, sits a very unique property on the high plateau of Chestnut Mountain where some of the most breathtaking views can be found. The Brazos Highlands, in the heart of Palo Pinto County, has a great deal to offer in a nice sized package. Just minutes off of US 281 and Interstate 20, the property features paved road frontage, Santo (city) water, and 10 mile views looking into multiple counties. The property must been seen to be appreciated.
The property is located at the intersection of Chestnut Rd. and Clara Lane in Brazos, TX, just 1 hour 40 minutes from Dallas and 1 hour from Fort Worth, and 20 minutes from Mineral Wells.
The water for the property is provided by the Santo Water Supply. There are no water wells on the property.
Brazos Highlands features some of the most incredible topography around. The home sits near the highest point on the property at approximately 1,113 +/- feet above sea level on the north end of the property and the lowest point on the property is approximately 880 +/- feet above sea level. The northern sector of the property is pasture, while the terrain on the southern end of the ranch is more level with deep soils. The central portion of the property offers lots of character with rocky and rugged terrain up to the bluff and high point where the home and horse facility sits. The central area off the bluff is heavily wooded with oaks and cedar elm, and other native trees.
Resting on the hilltop sits a nice 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom home, with a viewing deck above the house showcasing the panoramic views multiple directions. You can see multiple counties from the bluff. Located just in front of the home are three pipe fenced horse runs. The property is perimeter fenced. There is a 90-year old wooden windmill transported from a historic ranch in the Texas panhandle sitting on top of the bluff in the pasture next to the house. In addition to the current home site, there are numerous building sites that offer spectacular vistas.
The property is not currently being hunted. However, there are frequently whitetail deer and turkeys hiding in the brush just below the bluff.