1,096 +/- acre ranch located in Northern Comanche County. Improvements include a small, rustic ~2,000 square foot foreman’s home with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, kitchen, and multiple living areas. Near the home is located a tornado shelter, two storage buildings, hay barn, and enclosed workshop. Four sets of cattle pens are scattered throughout the property and a “cattle tunnel” runs under Highway 377 for easy cattle access across the property. The property has 4 wells (three electric and one windmill/electric), 6+ tanks, ~72 acres which have recently been under winter wheat, ~46 acres which have recently been under coastal hay producing ~250 round bales, and multiple additional pastures totaling ~65 acres. This property is a mix of open and cover with multiple wet weather creeks and fantastic long range views looking toward the West from the highpoint in the middle of the ranch. Access to the ranch are the main gates via Highway 377 and back gates via County Road 335 and County Road 434. A railroad which runs through Proctor, TX and Dublin, TX dissects the ~225 acres on the Southeast side of Highway 377. Wildlife includes Whitetail deer, dove, ducks, hogs, coyote, bobcats, and other varmints. This piece of TX land has great potential for Cattleman and Outdoorsman.