- Water: 15 acre lake, 7 acre lake, two 2 acre lakes and multiple ponds and creeks
- 4,000 Square Feet Luxurious Modern Farmhouse
- Productive Hay Fields
- Private Boat House
- Miles of trails through wooded acres
- Storage Barn
- Seclusive and private
- Pasture land is a great setup for cattle ranching or development as an equestrian property
- Robert Bellamy designed landscape
Spring Creeks Ranch is an extremely rare, private ranch and family compound opportunity. With its luxury modern farmhouse, this is the perfect family oasis located on 280 acres. The property offers a unique lifestyle experience with an emphasis on year-round outdoor recreation featuring prime grass fields, spring-fed big bass lakes, and miles of wooded trails for hunting, fishing, horseback riding and hiking for outdoor enthusiasts. It is the true definition of a first-class Texas ranch that has been thoughtfully planned for the most discriminating buyer. The property has been developed to include the main house, storage barn, outdoor dining, and boathouse. The front gate to the property sits in an extremely private setting at the end of the paved County Road 2205 in Mineola, Texas. The farmhouse is completely updated with an open floor plan and remodeled with designer finishes throughout. Spring Creeks Ranch offers unparalleled privacy, views and solitude. Adjacent properties are large, established cattle ranches. Located just 10 minutes from a jet-capable airport and only 83 miles from Dallas. Come experience the healing powers of big water and wide-open spaces. Solitude never looked so good.
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