Hyview Terrace Ranch is a beautiful property with spectacular vistas overlooking the ranch. It has the potential to be a combination ranch used for both recreation and agriculture, or either endeavor solely. The natural landscape has been terraced to mitigate erosion. Do not let my thoughts limit this properties potential. Take a good look at Hyview Terrace Ranch and see how it can fill your needs.
Hyview Terrace Ranch is at the intersection of Fisher County Roads 113 and 126 halfway between Sweetwater and Roby, being about a fifteen-minute drive from each. It is a 2-hour drive from Lubbock and a 3-hour drive from Ft. Worth.
There is a seasonal creek that flows through the property and there is a rural water tap and hydrant close to the property entrance on County Road 126.
The topography of the Hyview Terrace Ranch makes it an excellent travel corridor for wildlife. From the numerous tracks and game trails on the ranch, the property is used by whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, and feral hogs. It is also presumed that the bunch grasses on the ranch provide great nesting habitat for bobwhite quail.
Hyview Terrace Ranch is a handsome property with tremendous elevation change for its size, from 2000 ft. in the creek drainage on the northern boundary to 2090 ft on its southwestern edge along County Road 113. This 90 ft. variation in elevation makes it easy to overlook almost the entire property from one location. The ranch was previously enrolled in the CRP program so native grasses provide the root systems that are critical for preservation of the soils. The brushy draw along the creek provides ample cover for wildlife to bed and travel to and from feed, with privacy and security.
The ranch has rural water and electricity, it also has a 20′ X 40′ metal storage building.