The Hicks Ranch is a historic and significant property in North East Midland County and just minutes from the City of Midland. The property is square in shape and generally flat with some gentle roll and long distant views. The property has great investment potential given the ample amount of road frontage, shape, and visibility or could be a used for recreation or agriculture purposes. History: The owner is offering this tract for the first time in over 100 years. This ranch was part of the iconic Buchannan Ranch that produced the first producing well in Midland County in 1944. An official Texas Historical Marker commemorating the discovery of oil in Midland County was dedicated in 1968 at a point nine miles east of Midland along State Highway 158. Land + Wildlife: The Hicks Ranch has not been hunted in many years. On the ranch, you can find coveys of Blue Quail, Coyote, Deer and others. The land is has been well cared for and has a solid interior road system.
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