162.10 Acres CR 353 Taylor
This 162.10 acres located in Taylor County near Mount Pleasant & is just 15 minutes to Abilene The views of Castle Peak are amazing. There are 2 pipe entries and new fencing along the county road. The fertile soil that will be ready for a new crop to be planted in August of 2020 when CRP contract expires or could possibly be renewed. Currently has a good base of native grasses and young Mesquites in majority of pasture. On the East side is a thick island of Mesquites and some Oaks for wildlife and a good size tank. A new water meter is paid for and will be installed soon. Electricity runs along the county road. Owner will divide property, if you would like less acreage. Owner financing available with 20% down.
Castle Peak has interesting history, being a 2400 foot peak that was used as a Beacon in the 1800's for drivers of The Butterfield Overland Mail - The first public & mail transportation facility spanning the area from the Mississippi to the Pacific. The area is also known for a famous Indian & Texas Ranger fight over some stolen horses from Coleman County.
Directions: From Abilene take 707 South toward Caps & Dyess, turn left (West) on CR 310, stay on CR 310 to FM 1235 and turn right, then left on CR 301, left on CR 353, property is on the left look for Trinity Ranch Land sign.