Retreat to CenterLine Ranch and relax in your secluded home away from home with phenomenal views of the Brazos River Canyonlands. These views are composed of miles of the Double Mountain Fork of the Brazos River, valleys, hills, canyons, gorges and the Double Mountains. Friends and family can experience the great outdoors whether pursuing deer or hiking the rugged terrain. The red bluffs throughout the valley must be seen at sunset to appreciate. We encourage you to visit this unique and special property. If this sounds like what you are searching for, give me a call. I’d be glad to answer any questions you may have and possibly arrange a showing for you.
CenterLine Ranch is located in northwest Fisher County near the Kent and Scurry County lines. The ranch is approximately 15 miles northwest of Rotan and 18 miles northeast of Snyder in the Brazos River Canyonlands area of the Texas Rolling Plains.
The ranch has amazing views across the very rugged canyonland landscape with the main view shed encompassing Longhorn Valley of the Double Mountain Fork of the Brazos River. There is over 120’ of elevation change across the ranch climbing up from the river and across the canyons. Ranch roads provide good access across the property by winding around the canyons and along various fingers and uplands. The habitat across the ranch is very diverse with park-like openings and dense thickets of brush.
There are 2 wells on the ranch and a pond near the house. A rainwater collection system and a 16,000 gallon storage tank supply the house with water.
The river bottom country acts as a corridor for wildlife in and around the ranch. Wildlife that inhabit the area are white-tailed deer, mule deer, feral hogs, rio grande turkeys, as well as mourning doves with occasional white winged doves, bobwhite quail, coyotes, bobcats, and various other varmints. Aoudad sheep sometimes pass through the area as well. Nongame species that frequent and reside on the ranch include hawks, road runners, owls, red birds, wrens, blue birds, swallows, and many seasonal visitors including hummingbirds and monarch butterflies. The 45 acre cultivated field has been planted in wheat each fall to attract and hold the diverse wildlife in and
An all-weather gravel road leads you from the county road to the house. A county maintained road also provides access to lower acreage in Longhorn Valley. The house, adjoining guest house, and a carport with water storage and collection system were designed by the owner architect and built in 2009. It was designed to complement the surrounding landscape and give the inhabitants a place to relax and enjoy sunrises and sunsets whose beauty cannot be totally captured in pictures. The two bedroom, two bath main house has a large covered porch across the back with a rock fireplace. It is sited to capture a panoramic view of the Longhorn Valley from the porch, all living areas, and master bedroom. The kitchen has the conveniences of a modern home with soapstone countertops, custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and huge pantry with additional built-ins. The great room features a rocked fireplace and wood slat and beamed ceiling. The rock used on the house is from the nearby Lueders quarry. The floors throughout the main house and guest house are sealed concrete for durability and easy maintenance. The exterior is primarily Hardie board. The guest house has a large covered porch and two bedrooms with wonderful views. The bathrooms in the main house and guest house have custom built-ins, marble countertops, and ceramic tile showers and tub surround. There is single phase electricity provided by Big Country Electric Co-Op. The perimeter fencing is all new, being less than 3 years old and constructed entirely with steel pipe and posts.
REF 645 TX
PRICE: $ 1,000,000
Contacts: CenterLine Ranch