Ask Karen Lenz
This 172+/- Acres located in a prime location in Eastland
County, just over an hour from DFW Metroplex is a great size for the
outdoorsman. Great place to hunt, fish,
build or run a few livestock on. Fences
are good to fair condition and currently holding a few horses and a handful of
cows. Excellent native grasses with a
variety of trees from being Post Oak, Live Oak and Mesquite in 2 old
fields. The 2 fields could easily be put
back into improved grasses, wheat or a good food plot mixture. Electricity is on the South side of the property
near one of the large ponds. Buyer would
need to have a new electric meter installed.
There is amazing surface water on this size property with 5 tanks, 3
large and 2 smaller ponds. Morton Valley
water line runs along FM 3101, buyer would need to contact Morton Valley to
sign up for a meter when they become available.
Hunting includes whitetail deer, hogs, dove, quail and duck. On the Northeast side, there is a hill that
provides some great West Texas views. A
small draw runs through the property North & South. Paved road frontage provides easy access to
the property with 2 gates on FM 3101.