Ask Ben Clark
1,019 AC | COTTLE COUNTY
Lawson Ranch is situated in the northeastern part of Cottle County sitting on the south side of the Pease River. This property has rolling terrain with breathtaking views from multiple parts of the ranch. Wildlife is abundant due to the abundance of coverage and water sources. This is great ranch for the avid hunter or cowman looking to expand his operation.
The main home sits on the southeastern section of the ranch with easy access to County Rd. 362. Home is two stories with multiple bedrooms, kitchen, and living room. Home needs to be rehabbed.
Shops & Barns
Next to the main homes is a 60x40 metal shop with electricity. There is also a 60x30 lean to attached to the southern part of the shop that is great for parking your equipment. North of the shop are working pens.
Fencing & Gates
The entirety of the ranches boundary is fenced with barbed wire. Fencing is moderate to good. The only entrance to the ranch is off of County Road 362 on southeastern corner.
LAND & WILDLIFE
There is approximately 90-100 acres of cultivated ground on the southern and eastern part of the ranch that has primarily been used for wheat. The rest of the ranch is used for grazing and hunting. Multiple draws off of the Pease River provide great coverage for wildlife. Whitetail deer, mule deer, rio grande turkey, hogs, bobcats, and an occasional cat roam the ranch. Lawson Ranch has not been hunted very hard over the years so there has really been no pressure on the wildlife.
There are two primary ponds on the ranch. Depth is unknown. The main pond west of the home is right under 2 acres.
Seasonal Creeks & Secondary Ponds
There are at least 8 seasonal creeks that run through the ranch all feeding the Pease River.
Lawson Ranch is perfect for the avid outdoorsman or cattleman. Located just 2 hours from Lubbock or Amarillo and only 3 hours from the metroplex, this ranch is the perfect distance for a getaway ranch. There are airports in Quanah (27 miles), and Paducah (21 miles).