Round Lake Ranch is centrally located in southern Henderson County and lies between the towns of Cayuga and Malakoff, Texas. Round Lake Ranch is approximately 2,009 acres and consists of about 1,000 acres of very fertile native ranch land and tree-studded Coastal Bermuda pastures, with the balance of the land being wooded in mature hardwoods of various varieties. This ranch has access and approximately one-half mile of frontage along CR 1313 and is a paved road. The Trinity River runs along the back of this ranch, which is where the majority of the wooded land is and provides for some superior wildlife habitat, situated on both sides of the bottomland levee. Located in the center of this wooded section is a large open field that is tillable and would make the ideal spot for planting crops for wing shooting. Round Lake is also located in this area of the ranch and would surely make a fine duck hole during the winter months. The soils range from sandy loam, typical of the area, to the dark loam soils of the fertile river bottom. There is a large productive farm located immediately south of Round Lake Ranch that has the same type of soils on it and there is the same potential for row cropping in the river bottom should that be desirable to the new owner. Near the front or entrance of the ranch along CR 1313, there are nice hills that provide potential homesites, affording long sprawling views of the countryside. Round Lake Ranch has something to offer on all fronts and provides a well-balanced coexistence of both agricultural and recreational land ownership.
Offered in cooperation with Circle T Realty.
Just the Facts
- Paved road frontage along CR 1313
- Partially game fenced by neighbor
- Predominantly Coastal Bermuda pastures
- 160± acres in prior cultivation
- Upland and lower levee along the Trinity River
- Hardwoods in the bottom lands and scattered oaks in the rolling pastures
- Electricity on site
- 6 or more stock ponds of various sizes
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