16.45 acres located along ACR 319 just off of HWY 155 south of Frankston, TX. This property is perfect for someone looking to build a new home in a great area. The land is just off the shores of Lake Frankston and just before the entrance of Pine Dunes Resort and Golf Club which has been rated the #1 course in Texas by GolfWeek Magazine. There are utilities already in place and a perfect building site has been cleared near the heart of the property. The rolling terrain and tall timber make a great setting to enjoy the outdoors. There are many trails that lead throughout the property, and give great access to the tract. The fresh water springs start on the property and eventually flow into Lake Frankston giving ample water to the abundant wildlife in the area. This is a very scenic piece of land that is setup and ready for someone to come out and enjoy.
12 acres in Van Zandt County located North of Eustace, TX. This property has a great mixture of pasture and timber being nearly a 50/50 split. The property is located on a paved county road about 1 mile from the Purtis Creek State Park. There is abundant wildlife, sandy loam soils, spring creek, and a gentle roll to the terrain. This property is deed restricted to a site built home meaning no manufactured or mobiles homes are permitted. The electric is already in place along the front of the property and there is great well water available from the Wilcox aquifer below.
20 acres just North of Eustace, TX located in Van Zandt County. This property is located along VZCR 2901 just North of Eustace, TX and just South of Canton, TX. The land has a mix of heavily timbered areas and open meadows. The hard wood timber mostly consists of Oak, Hickory, with a few Cedars mixed in. The sandy loam soils are great for wildlife food plots, livestock grazing, and ideal for horses. This property is deed restricted to a site built home meaning no manufactured or mobile homes will be permitted. There is electric available along the road frontage and great well water available via the Wilcox aquifer.
20 acres near Canton, TX. Great mixture of timber and pasture with a gentle rolling terrain. The property has electricity along the county road frontage, and there is excellent well water available in this area. The soils on the property are sandy loam, and there is an approximate 75% timber to 25% pasture breakdown of the land. Wildlife is abundant, and there are several great building sites to choose from. This property will be restricted to a site built home. This is a hard find within 1 hour from Dallas, it is well worth a trip out to take a look around.
81 acres located SW of Canton, TX along VZCR 2801. This property has a ton of character with a gentle rolling terrain, and great sandy loam soils. The focal point of the property is an approximate 5 acre lake. This property offers great fishing, and the lake holds nice numbers of ducks in the winter. The property is also home to deer, hogs, dove, and plenty of other wildlife to enjoy. The land has a nice mixture of timber and pasture. The pasture has been used for cattle production and the property does carry an agriculture exemption for tax purposes. There is community water available along the road frontage. This is a great place to come out and enjoy the outdoors. The property offers several great buildings sites as well if you decide to make this place your permanent home.
Remote acreage tract that is mostly wooded, rolling terrain, creek, lots of wildlife. This property is prefect for a weekend get away, or has great building spots for a new home. The property has access from FM 1836 and CR 114. Great hunting property.
Rolling acreage tract West of Seven Points along Hwy 85. Property is approx 80% wooded, small pond, creek, some utilities on property. Great property to enjoy the outdoors and wildlife. Good building site, easy access, not far from town and Cedar Creek Lake, but far enough in the country to enjoy the country living.
Blind Luck Ranch is located near Scurry, TX in Kaufman County. This property is an ideal recreational property that offers seclusion, but yet is very accessible. The rolling terrain, large oaks, wildlife, and lakes lend many possibilities for this property.
Terrain: This property has a rolling terrain with approximately 75 feet of elevation change across the tract. There are several high points on the property with great views. There are a couple of wet weather creeks that cross the property and run into the lake at the located at the back of the property. There is not any portion of the property located in the flood zone.
Soil and Vegetation: The soils are a combination of Wilson-Burleson and Ferris-Altoga soils. These are clayey soils with a mixture of loamy soils in places. You will find across the property especially on the hill tops that the soil tends to be more loamy. This leads to the mixture of predominately large oak trees in these areas mixed with other trees such as cedar and other hard woods. In the lower areas there is a mixture of cedar and mesquite. This makes great habitat for the wildlife and gives a unique character to the property offering both types of cover on the same property.
Water: The focal point of the property is the 16 +/- acre lake. This lake is surrounded by timber and during the wet part of the year can offer some flooded timber duck hunts. The water shed for the lake is pretty large and during times of heavy rains the lake can swell in size but typically is back to normal pool level within a week or so. There is also an approximate 3 acre lake towards the west side of the property. This lake has an accessible shoreline and fishing is good. Located at the NE corner of the property is a stock pond that provides additional water for wildlife. Located behind the 3 acre lake is a small duck marsh that was created to provide another hunting opportunity.
Improvements: There is a 30’ by 30’ two story building that could easily be converted into a hunting cabin. The structure is on a concrete slab and has been sheet rocked, wired, and has plumbing in place for a bathroom, but would need finish out. There is community water and electricity available on the property.
Wildlife: The property is located in a great spot for hunting. Having large neighboring properties help maintain the wildlife populations in the area. There is ample cover as most of this property is timber or a mix of timber and small meadows. There have been food plots added and an interior road system put in place to allow you to navigate and cover the property well for hunting purposes. The King Creek bottoms adjoin the property to the north and northeast which is prime deer habitat. Feeders and blinds have been placed in strategic locations offering great hunting opportunities. When you sit in one of these blinds you are going to see good numbers. The lake also offers some great duck hunting. You will see a good number of mallards, gadwall, and widgeon along with ring necks and geese.
Location: The property is located south of Kaufman near the town of Scurry, TX in Kaufman County. The property has an entrance along Hwy 34. It is within 30 minutes of Dallas and only about 4 miles to Hwy 175 for an easy commute.
Taxes: This property is under a wildlife management plan for tax purposes. The 2016 taxes were an estimated $800.84