WOLF CREEK RANCH
Size: 584 acres.
Location: 14382 F.M. 103, Nocona, Texas 76255, Montague County. Approximately 1
½ hours Northwest of Dallas-Ft. Worth; 7 miles North of Nocona Texas on F.M. 103, on
the West side of the road. Approx. one hour and fifteen minutes to DFW airport.
Primary residence built in 2001: One story, approx. 3000 sq. ft. air conditioned space.
Constructed of white limestone with Timberline roof over ¾” plywood. Roof has 12/12
Anderson windows and doors.
Two air conditioning units; 2 ton and 2 ½ ton. Carrier Purolator.
Two car attached garage, 21’x21’.
Rooms: Two bedrooms, three bathrooms, study, great room, formal dining, kitchen and
Entry hall: 9’x9’, hardwood floor, 11’ ceiling.
Great room: 25’x23’ with floor to ceiling Austin stone fireplace, 24’ ceiling, gothic
exposed beams, hardwood floor, custom built- in entertainment center. French doors open
to rear patio.
Kitchen: 18’x13’, stainless steel appliances, hardwood floor, large island with breakfast
bar containing kitchen sink and dishwasher, instant hot water, double electric oven,
ceramic cooktop, beautiful custom oak cabinets with pantry, 10’ ceiling.
Formal dining room: 17’x13’, hardwood floor, 10’ ceiling.
Study: 16’x12’, Berber carpet, 10’ ceiling, built- in oak desk and cabinetry.
Guest bedroom: 16’x14’, 10’ ceilings, berber carpet.
Guest bathroom: tile floor, marble sink, vanity, shower, tub.
Large utility room with sink, tile floor and custom cabinets.
Master bedroom: 27’x17’, 10’ ceilings, berber carpet, fireplace with gas insert and
remote control. French doors open to rear patio.
Large master closets with built- in gun safe and tornado room.
Master bath: 14’x11’. Tile floor with mosaic tile pattern, 3’x5’ tile shower with glass
door, large garden tub, marble vanity and sink.
Covered porch/patio across back of house , 7’x30’, built- in gas barbecue.
Beautifully landscaped with extensive sprinkler system and many varieties of trees,
flowers and shrubs.
Two concrete circle drives with ample parking area, front and side. Concrete driveway
connects residence compound to cattle guard and gravel interior ranch road.
50’x90’ steel building with 1100 sq. ft. two bedroom, one bath apartment, living room
and kitchen with washer/dryer connection. Large shop/ office area with bathroom.
Hangar is insulated with roll type R panel insulation.
Bi- fold door 42’wide x12’ tall in front. Rear door is 10’x10’ roll- up door. Excellent
“L” shaped concrete pad in front of hangar is 20’ wide x 40’ long. Concrete patio off
apartment living room is 18’x 20’.
Sprinkler system at hangar.
Private grass airstrip is 2500’ long, North/South direction. It is 200’ wide, fence to fence
with 75’ wide mowed area.
Coastal bermuda hay field: 100 acres. Normal total annual production is 1000 round
bales. Fertilized before each of three cuttings.
Four water wells, approx. 300’ deep and making approx. 35 g.p.m. each. Located at the
main house, at the hangar, in the North pasture and one is a windmill in a cattle working
area. The 4” submersible pumps are 1 ½ up to 2 horse pumps. Water lines to the house
are 2 inch. Excellent water pressure.
Septic systems: House has three septic tanks and hangar has two. The system is called
an “O” system.
There are six pastures, the fences are good cattle fence.. A private gravel ranch road
winds through the ranch approx. three fourths of a mile, crossing over five cattle guards
before reaching the main home. The home is very secluded and not visible from the main
Front entry: Historic stone and pipe. On the ranch is a wonderful big old stone house
built in 1888. The stones for the entry came from the area where the pioneer house
stands and were once a part of it.
Stock tanks: Eight tanks ranging in size from ½ acre up to 4 acres, stocked with catfish
and bass. Two have islands in them. They are lower than normal now due to lack of
Cattle pens: Two sets of pipe pens, one with a calf table a nd squeeze chute. One has a
working windmill and water trough
Wildlife: Deer, turkey, quail, badger, fox, bobcat in abundance. Not hunted in 15 years.
Seasonal creek runs through the property. The creek area has lots of large oak tree and
pecan trees. Approx. 25 % of the ranch is wooded with trees scattered over the balance
of the land.
\Soil: Excellent sandy loam with a few outcroppings of sandstone. The land gently rolls,
providing beautiful long-distance views of the countryside. Excellent native pasture
provides good grazing for cattle and horses.
Schools: Students have a choice of either Nocona I.S.D. or Prairie Valley School.
Prairie Valley School is a very small school and is rated exemplary in several categories.
Minerals: 1/16 royalty interest. Property is unleased. Seller says two wells were drilled
back in the early 1980’s, both being dry holes. There is believed to be a fault across the
ranch making it unsuitable for drilling.
Taxes; 2006 ad valorem taxes are $9,183.
Disclaimer: All information provided herein is based on reliable data, but is subject to
change or error.