139 acres in Mills County, Texas
WOW! LOOK AT ALL THE WATER FRONTAGE ON A LAKE THAT ACTUALLY HAS WATER IN IT! DROUGHT TESTED AND PROVEN! AND IT CAN BELONG TO YOU FOR AN INCREDIBLY LOW PRICE!!! As Texas real estate brokers we see all kinds of ranch land and most of it is pretty nice country but every once in a while a place comes available that out-shines the others. This is one. Good or new perimeter fences surround 139 acres packed with features, the focal point being the approximate 16 acre conservation lake fed by Browns Creek. The water is still about 14 feet deep and beautifully clear even though the current drought and record breaking heat of the last few summers have kept it from maintaining the normal pool level. When the lake reaches its full capacity, the excess water spills back into the natural bed of Browns Creek and courses through the trees in the south pasture onward to Lake Merritt. Access to the water is easy and beach-like and perfect for all sorts of water activities like duck hunting, swimming, boating, or just sitting and watching the wildlife attracted to it. It is stocked with black bass, catfish, crappie, etc. for fishing (and eating) fun. The terrain is gently rolling to hilly with both hilltop pastureland and fertile creek bottom land. An appealing mixture of large native trees of mostly elms, live oaks, pecans, some cedar and shin oak thickets provide a good habitat for the deer, wild turkeys, quail, etc. There are 2 fields perfect for food plots in the winter and hay production or summer grazing. There are no structures other than the dam on the property but there are many great places to build with hilltop views or tucked for privacy between the trees. Underground water in this area is reported to be very good and electricity is nearby. Please look at the pictures that will tell you more than the words written here, then call for an appointment to come see a property that will knock your socks off!