846 Acres of Farmland adjacent to Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge



*Parcels One, Two, and Four have sold reducing the overall acreage to 678 acres and 1.43 miles of Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge frontage.

Located in unincorporated Grayson County, four miles north of Sadler, Texas, about thirty minutes from Sherman, Texas, and just a few miles from Lake Texoma, Old Sadler Ranch offers lush farmland and prime wooded settings, complete with stock ponds, hunting, fishing, and miles of fenced pastures. Made up of multiple parcels varying in size from 15-156 acres with a total of 2.5 miles of Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge frontage, Old Sadler Ranch can be purchased in whole or in part.



More than a just Texas-sized Ranch


Old Sadler Ranch is more than just a Texas-sized Ranch – it's a lifestyle offering amenities for the entire family. Miles of fine, six wire fencing connected by welded pipe bracings and modern gates, Old Sadler Ranch is comprised of Coastal Bermuda or Bluestem Coastal seeded pastures, verdant farmland, and dense woodlands of elm, oak, pecan, and willow. Nurtured by nine stock ponds, two creeks, and loads of romance for the Texas way of life, this property is ideally located in the heart of the North Texas farming and ranching community. Seventy-five minutes north of Dallas, and just minutes south of the majestic Lake Texoma, Old Sadler Ranch exhibits the best of the best for Texas living. Curated over decades and maintained with love and respect, Old Sadler Ranch is a very special place to call home.



Homesites + Infrastructure

pastures, woodlands, stockponds, Fencing

Old Sadler Ranch is comprised mostly of improved grazing land as well as approximately 200 acres of heavy woodland settings showcasing fine oak, elm, willow, and pecan trees. There are many scenic, rustic, and all-purpose home sites. Located among both paved and gravel roads, Old Sadler Ranch has access to electricity and city water with some sites having or needing private well service. Most of the ranch has been re-fenced in the last several years with six-wire fences, welded braces, and modern gates. With nine strategically-placed stock ponds, both livestock and wildlife flourish.

Farming + Ranching

prime farmland for both grazing and cultivation

Most of the farmland at Old Sadler Ranch is composed of Coastal Bermuda and Bluestem Coastal grasses which provide for both grazing and hay production. Another 100 acres is comprised of various cultivated grains. Approximately 200 acres is mostly flat land that would accommodate cultivation of additional grains, corn, cotton, or other desired crops. Throughout its history, the land at Old Sadler Ranch has been used for corn, cotton, hay, grazing, pecans, wheat, millet, and barley. With its mixed terrain, Old Sadler Ranch is both versatile and flexible in its ability to provide farmers and ranchers with options for a thriving business and way of life.

Hunting + Fishing

wild game and stockponds

With so much shared fencing with the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge, Old Sadler Ranch sees regular migrations of deer, wild hogs, and turkey making it a sublime hunting ground. Wooded settings provide coverage for deer blinds. Most of the stock ponds have been stocked with freshwater bass, perch, and catfish. 

Lake Texoma

water sports and community

Lake Texoma is a magical water playground in North Texas, and Old Sadler Ranch is a ranch playground next door to it. Several marinas dot the edges of the lake nearest the ranch offering multiple boat launch sites, boat sales and service, as well as camping, beach activities, and enticing dining options. Fed by the Red River, the lake's 139.1 square miles of coverage offers all manner of water sports, boating, and fishing. With its enormous size, Lake Texoma is ideal for sailing, powerboats, waterskiing, jet skis, SUP, and kayak.

Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge

The Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge encompasses 11,320 acres of water, marsh, and upland habitat. Located in northwestern Grayson County on the Big Mineral arm of Lake Texoma, it is a haven for migratory birds and other wildlife. White-tailed deer, Canada geese, great white pelicans, great egret, snowy egret, great blue heron, little blue heron, American white ibis, and ducks, are just some of the species that use the refuge for foraging, resting, cover, and nesting. Imperative for functional ecosystems, a thriving and diverse habitat is fundamental for self-sustaining populations of wildlife and plants. The Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge strives to protect and restore the habitat and conserve species on which this ecosystem depends. Visitors can hike, observe wildlife, hunt, and fish throughout the year. 

Living it up in Sadler, Texas

Sadler, Texas is a small town surrounded by a robust farming and ranching community in Grayson County at the southwestern tip of Lake Texoma. Being just west of the 11,320 acre Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge, the area ensures a peaceful way of life close to nature. Sadler's town center houses a post office, a community center, the Sadler Middle and High Schools (S&S Consolidated), and three churches. The nearby communities of Whitesboro (5 miles west), Sherwood Shores (14 miles north), Collinsville (12 miles south), and Sherman/Denison (17 miles east) provide support services, shopping, and dining options, while Lake Texoma provides recreation, water sports, boating, sailing, fishing, dining, and camping. Sadler is also not far from the Oklahoma communities of Durant (42 miles) and Thackerville (28 miles). Both of these cities provide support services, dining, shopping, casino gambling, and live music venues.

Less than 70 miles from the Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport and just 16 miles from the North Texas Regional Airport, Sadler, Texas is a small town with a big heart on the cutting edge of the Texas lifestyle.