The C7 Ranch is without a doubt one of the most special Metroplex ranches currently on the market. Located just 50 minutes southwest of Dallas, and 30 minutes from Fort Worth, this property is ideal for a weekend retreat or a full-time residence. Currently being operated as an equestrian and recreational ranch, the C7 is well suited for a variety of lifestyles. Complete with multiple homes, including a 5,000 +/- SF custom designed and built main house, covered cutting horse and riding arena, barns, horse stalls, shop areas, swimming pool, soccer field, grass tennis court, a 5-stand skeet shooting range, private lake, and even a small grass airstrip and hanger. This ranch is ready to go a total of 12 bedrooms throughout the ranch with an endless list of opportunities for entertaining friends and family.
The property is located just 2 miles west of I-35W in the heart of Johnson County TX. Just minutes northeast from the town of Cleburne (population 30,000), 30 minutes south of Fort Worth, and 50 minutes southwest of Dallas, the ranch is extremely accessible from a multitude of areas. The physical address of the property is 3161 County Road 808, Cleburne, TX.
The property has approximately 1,573 +/- feet of frontage on County Road 808. The property is accessed directly off of County Road 808. The property also abuts the MK&T Railroad ROW on the western portion of the property. It is lightly used but active line.
This 67+/- acre ranch features a diverse combination of level ground, hill country views, rolling topography, as well as fertile bottomland that could be used as farm ground and/or food plots. The ranch holds an excellent amount of heavily wooded area and open pastureland making it ideal for a combination of running cattle and wildlife. Tree species on the property include a variety of oak trees such as Live Oak and English (common) Oak, Red Oak well as Juniper, Mesquite, and some varieties of Elm. Soil types on the ranch include primarily Bazette silty clay loam, Trinity clay, Padina loamy fine sand, and Axtell fine sandy loam.
Water service to the improvements is provided by Bethesda Water Supply Corporation. A water well keeps the 4-acre pond full, which is then used for irrigating the landscaping. A second pond is located next to the arena.
The elevation changes on the property from approximately 870 +/- feet above sea level at the highest point, to approximately 840 +/- feet above sea level at the lowest point. The majority of the property soil is in a fine sandy loam.
This well-built and maintained property makes a good first impression and the statement that no corners were cut, and attention to detail is everywhere. You are greeted by a stone entry feature and pipe fencing along the road with code access iron gates. Custom lighting everywhere at night, the asphalt paved road through the trees leads you past the 4-acre pond, 5 stands and aircraft runway to the main house, and rest of the improvements. Plenty of cross fencing provides a variety of turn out for horses and livestock.
The 5,000-sf main house was magnificently designed by Cornerstone Architects out of Austin for entertaining large groups or intimate parties of only one or two couples. The exterior is a combination of stone, 150-year-old reclaimed wood, a metal roof, and large custom metal front doors. This home with 4-bedrooms, 4 en-suite bathrooms, and 2 half baths, has large open areas, high ceilings and grand covered porches. The interior flooring is a combination of stone and wood, with carpet in some of the bedrooms. The open gourmet kitchen overlooks the great room with metal and clerestory windows, beamed ceilings and a large stone fireplace. Everyone will want to gather around the large center island with plenty of bar stools for sitting.