Robert M. Briggs Presents $32.9 Million Mineral Wells Residential

Steeped in exquisite natural beauty, “Magic Valley Ranch” boasts 3,290 acres and over six miles of Brazos River frontage, making it one of the most spectacular properties in the area. The location can’t be beat – just 45 minutes west of Fort Worth in Palo Pinto County, a 986 square-mile region with alluring mixed topography such as Possum Kingdom Lake and the Palo Pinto Mountains.

Potential and promise set this property apart from the rest, creating a rare investment opportunity. Two miles of highway frontage makes the site incredibly accessible, and also allows for easily discernible land divisions and multiple entry points. Recognizing Magic Valley as an ideal setting for commercial development, the current owner has a preliminary development scheme for the design of a gorgeous golf course, complete with residential and equestrian areas.

Though primed for future growth, this turnkey working ranch already comprises extensive horse facilities including a hay barn, indoor and outdoor arenas, two round pens, and 39 stalls – all of the equipment needed to run a profitable cutting horse operation. Furthermore, coastal bermudagrass and irrigation rights guarantee quality feed for horses, cattle, and a flourishing hay crop.

Magic Valley also delivers endless hours of recreational fun. Its lengthy Brazos River frontage is a priceless feature in warmer months, as families can enjoy sandy beaches, swimming, kayaking, and canoeing.

The property’s mountain pasture – verdant terrain with both gentle and steep slopes – encompasses 565 acres that are home to deer, turkey, hogs and several other species, and the fisherman delight in the river, lakes and stock ponds scattered throughout the area.

While rich in natural beauty, riveting Texas history also pervades the region. Long before the Palo Pinto County’s establishment in 1856, Plains Indians blazed a trail to link watering holes and to trade the goods necessary for survival. Not until 1876 did ranchers enter the scene, bringing along a vibrant cowboy culture that still remains.

Magic Valley Ranch includes a three-bedroom main house with wrap-around porches, expansive stone patios, and a large pool. Two duplexes and a manager’s house provide additional living accommodations.

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