Hunting, Great Residential Potential Approximately 130 Acres
· Some Owner financing available
Great Residential Potential- In addition to the recreational value, this property's location is in perhaps the best area of the county for building new homes and offers excellent appreciation potential. The scenic wooded hillside view, the availability of a dependable water supply, the nearness to town, has made this an excellent area for future home sites. The area to the south has been chosen as the spot for some of the highest value homes in the county. The road frontage is excellent with around 1000 feet of access to U.S. HW 283 and around 1000 feet access to CR 418.
Great Hunting- This property is located 5 miles north of Brady on HW 283 and is serviced by the Richland Water Supply Corporation. The land is scenic with some beautiful Oak tree wooded areas and the hunting is excellent. McCulloch County is a hunter's paradise where the white tail deer outnumber the people by 3 to 1. This is also a good area for turkey, dove, and quail. There is a water well with an electric motor and two ponds. Incidentally, the all time non-typical whitetail deer was brought down, way back in 1892 in our county. A photograph of the head can be seen on the Farm Bureau Insurance site.
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|5 miles from town||frontage on 283||good oak cover|
lots of grass
Adjacent to this property are some highly valued homes on small acreages
reference # R66