This beautiful 308 acre property is set up for a cattle operation and has several great spots for homesites as well. Complete with 2 sets of pipe cattle pens, good perimeter fencing, several stock tanks, creek with coastal and native grasses. Located on Hwy 7 about 7 miles west of Marquez, Tx. This property has a lot of potential and you must see it in person to appreciate it's versatile landscape. From rolling hills to the creek bottom this property has a little bit of everything.
Listing courtesy of NTREIS / Henson Land & Ranch Co
MLS# 14677200 —
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Financial & Terms
- From Marquez, Tx head West on Hwy 7 for 7.1 mi. The property is on the left and right side of the highway. There are silver pipe entryways on either side of the highway and there is not any brokerage signs out yet.
- Property Type:
- Lots & Acreage
- Property Sub Type:
- Lot Size:
- Over 100 Acres
- Lot Size Area:
- 308 Sqft
- Lot Size Area:
- 13,416,480 Sqft
- Lot Features:
- Acreage, Horses Permitted, Pasture, Tank/ Pond, Undivided
- Lot Size Units:
- Parcel Number 2:
- Not Zoned
- Will Subdivide:
- Contact info:
- No listing contact info available
- Parcel Number:
- School District:
- Franklin ISD
- Middle School:
- High School:
- Subdivision Name:
- M C MARQUEZ TR
Franklin High School
Franklin Middle School
Roland Reynolds Elementary School
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This property has minimal flood risk
This property has a . Although flood risks across the country are changing because of the environment, this property is unlikely to flood over the next 30 years.
Recommended: MassiveCert estimates that this property is in FEMA Zone X, which means that flood insurance is recommended, but not required.
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Sep 23, 2021
|Listed / Active||NTREIS||$2,464,000|
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