An irregular shaped tract located in northwest Williamson County, Texas approximately 4 miles SW of Liberty Hill. Property has frontage on RM 1869, CR 285 & access to CR 284. The property contains a residential structure of roughly 1659 square feet in size (per Williamson Central Appraisal District) built in 1940, in poor condition and appears it will require extensive renovations in order to meet current building standards. The seller has never occupied the structure and will make no representations about the structural viability of the building.
A 1700 square foot barn, built in 2000, several out-buildings, a hunting cabin and several deer stands are scattered throughout the property. The barn and out buildings are in good to fair condition. The hunting cabin, located next to the wet-weather tank, is subject to periodic flooding.
Electric service is on-site and provided by Pedernales Electric Cooperative. Two wells are on the property; one at the residence and the other by the hunting cabin. The wells are roughly 450 deep and provide water from the Trinity Aquifer.
The property is leased for hunting white-tail deer, hogs and dove. The property offers great cover, adequate water and food to sustain a healthy hunting environment. A copy of the hunting lease will be supplied as a part of the owners due diligence documents.
The property is the beneficiary of an agricultural-tax exemption. At the time of the conversion of the use of the property, roll-back taxes may be assessed against the property for the preceding 5 tax years.
From US 183 & SH 29 intersection, drive west approximately 2.5 miles to the intersection of RM 1869. At RM 1869, turn south onto RM 1869. Drive south approximately 4.25 miles, the property will be on your left. Turn left onto CR 285, go roughly .3 miles to the gate on the east side of the road.
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