Cedar Creek Ranch
000 Ranch to Market Road 3054
Log Cabin, TX 75148
2 miles NE of Log Cabin, TX and 10.4 miles east of Athens, TX
Description: One of the last major tracts (+-246-acres) not yet developed on Cedar Creek Lake. This ranch Includes over 1700 feet of highly desired lake frontage and 1700 feet of frontage on Ranch to Market Road 3054. Only 70 miles to downtown Dallas and 102 miles to downtown Ft Worth. The ranch is heavily wooded with numerous varieties of trees and is just waiting for the right developer, investor or rancher to come along. The property has been in the same family since 1963 and is currently used for wildlife management and raising cattle. It is a fantastic property that has the potential to be developed immediately, purchased as a long-term investment or utilized as a gentlemen’s ranch.
Location: The ranch is located on one of the eastern arms of Cedar Creek Reservoir. Just 70 miles south and east of downtown Dallas,102 miles south and east of Ft Worth, 2 miles NE of Log Cabin and 10.4 miles east of Athens.
Cedar Creek Reservoir: The fourth largest lake in Texas, Cedar Creek Lake is 32,623 acres, 18 miles long and offers 320 miles of shoreline. The widest point of the lake is 8.5 miles and the deepest is 53 feet. Cedar Creek Lake is located 55 miles southeast of Dallas, Texas so the short commute is a big benefit to “weekenders” or permanent residents that commute to DFW. Cedar Creek Lake was created in 1964 as a water reservoir for Tarrant County and is one of the very few lakes in Northeast Texas that allows property ownership of the waterfront with the ability to have your own private boathouse. Cedar Creek Lake has also been recognized as one of the best places in the country to live for retirement. The lake is owned by the Tarrant Regional Water District.
Wildlife: The ranch habitat attracts most of the native East Texas wildlife, whitetail deer, feral hogs, coyotes, foxes, raccoons, doves, ducks and many other native small animals and birds are present on the ranch.
Trees and Soil: Sandy loam soil that supports numerous native trees including post oaks, water oaks, white oaks, ash, cedar elm, red cedar and more.
Improvements: Access to municipal water, electric available, two stock ponds, fully fenced, mostly with new hog wire, cattle pens and large open-air barn.