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$496,900 66.18 acres
338 P R 4622, Francitas, TX 77465 - Jackson County

66+/- ACRES River Frontage!

This beautiful property consists of approximately 66.2 acres of pristine, wooded land boasting frontage along the Carancahua river. The property contains abundant wildlife including deer, hogs, bobcats, turkey, dove & quail, and would make a nice and very manageable hunting and/or recreational property. There are numerous senderos and small clearings throughout the property. The current owners have placed the property under the Texas Parks & Wildlife Chapter 1-D-1 wildlife management plan, which enjoys an Ag-exempt tax status (open space agricultural valuation).
Cheryl Fowlkes Superior Town & Country Realty, LLC
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$672,000 107.01 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1 ½ Bath
273 Co Rd 449, Francitas, TX 77961 - Jackson County

Francitas 107

Beautiful Live Oak timber on this 107.016 acre tract having road frontage on 2 sides. FM 616 frontage along the Northern boundary and Co Rd 449 frontage on the West boundary. A great mix of grassy clearings and timber with underbrush for livestock and wildlife. Property is ag exempted, fenced for livestock, 1 stock pond, cattle pens, ag barn and shed and has a 3 bedroom 2 bath home with attached 2 car garage on the property and is in the sought after Industrial school district. Lots of wildlife here including white tail deer, plenty of grazing for livestock on this multi use ranch!.
John Jarratt Jarratt Realty & Land
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$496,900 66.18 acres
338 Private Road 4622 Road, Francitas, TX 77979 - Jackson County

66.18 acres Francitas, TX

This beautiful property consists of approximately 66.2 acres of pristine, wooded land boasting frontage along the Carancahua river. The property contains abundant wildlife including deer, hogs, bobcats, turkey, dove & quail, and would make a nice and very manageable hunting and/or recreational property. There are numerous senderos and small clearings throughout the property. The current owners have placed the property under the Texas Parks & Wildlife Chapter 1-D-1 wildlife management plan, which enjoys an Ag-exempt tax status (open space agricultural valuation).