Triple M Farm
All the elements to build the perfect family farm are contained within this 155.63 acres beginning with the location on a paved county road just minutes from school. The land is cleanno junk to haul off. The perimeter fences are either new or in very good condition. Interior fencing is also very good and divides the land into four parts: 2 cultivated fields and 2 pastures. About half the land is in cultivation. These level to gently sloping fields of deep loam and clay soils have almost no rocks. The balance of the land is divided into 2 pastures: one pasture of improved grasses, the second of good native grass. Three natural draws direct rainwater runoff into 3 tanks (ponds) that hold well and provide water to livestock and wildlife. One of the tanks is new and reported to be over 25 feet deep. Live oak trees and mature elm trees are scattered in the middle pasture and line the largest of the draws and offer several excellent sites to build a home. One well with a windmill is no longer used; nothing is known about it. A second well is fitted with a solar pump system and supplies water to a livestock trough which is allowed to run over into the draw to supplement rain water for the new tank (pond). The farm backs up to large acreage low-fenced ranches promising excellent potential for wild turkey and white tail deer hunting to go with the dove hunting. An interesting feature left from an earlier era is a very old domed stone structure once used for water storage. This was probably left from an early Texas homestead. More modern amenities include an excellent set of pipe working pens, electricity available at the county road, and a Richland Springs city water meter. The water meter is in place but not connect-ed. Not only is this farm in great condition it is just down-right pretty. Come check it out and see if it will work for you.