Located in southwest Baylor County, this property offers an excellent opportunity to graze livestock as well as enjoy the excellent hunting opportunities Baylor County offers. The approximately 468ac is comprised of roughly 245ac of cropland, and 223ac of native rangeland with great hunting cover.
There are currently six ponds on the farm, and in the south central part of the farm is a creek with substantial drainage area that would be more than adequate for construction of a large body of water. The property is well fenced and access is very convenient with paved FM road frontage on the north side, and less than a mile down good dirt road to the entrance on the east side. At that entrance you'll find an older wood frame barn with concrete floor alley, and a good set of pipe pens. Seller believes to own 100% of minerals and could convey them with acceptable offer.
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