Absolutely stunning acreage located in southeastern Jack County less than a mile from Parker County. This pristine tract of land is undisturbed with unlimited potential. Stunning landscape that has large, mature post oaks, deep topsoil and plentiful native grasses and vegetation. Abundant wildlife include whitetail, hogs, dove and turkey. Property has frontage on both FM 2210 and DPS Tower Road.
Landscape: Mostly level from north to south with beautiful draws that supply three stock tanks on the property. Thick sandy loam soil provides for the massive post oaks and pecan trees. Heavy hardwood cover throughout the majority of the property with secluded openings making it ideal for potential home sites or recreational sites.
Pretty 36 acres in northwest Jack County. The property is mostly open with scattered mesquite and great native grasses. The property has a small dry creek, electricity on FM 1191 as well as frontage on both 4 Corners Rd and FM 1191. Abundant wildlife in the area include whitetail, hogs, turkey, and dove. Asking price: SOLD!
Ready-to-go 36 acres in northwest Jack County. The property is mostly open with scattered mesquite and great native grasses. The property has a stock tank, electricity, and new inset entrance off 4 Corner Road. Abundant wildlife in the area include whitetail, hogs, turkey, and dove. Asking price: SOLD!
Ideal 15.4 acres located in south Jack County. This property has scattered mesquite and cedars with good native grasses. The property has electricity running along its west side. This property also has a nice stock tank. Large neighbors. Abundant wildlife. Asking price: SOLD!
Ideal 3.79-acre ranchette located in Boyd, TX just south of Boyd ISD. This property has great native grasses, electricity on-site and co-op water at the road. Asking price: SOLD!