Just 45 minutes south of downtown Fort Worth, along the southern border of Johnson County, is an 82 acre ranch unlike any other. With frontage on County Road 1107, the ranch is located less than 1 mile east of Highway 174 in Rio Vista, Texas. The topography of the property is flat with about half of the property being covered in mature mesquite and other native trees while the balance is open pasture in good condition. Located throughout the property are a number of good sized ponds and along the western border is a natural wetland area that typically holds water year round. During the winter months, this watershed is full of ducks.
This property is well-positioned for future development and the fences and roads are in good condition.
The property lies 15 miles south of Cleburne, 41 miles south of Fort Worth, 60 miles southwest of Dallas, and less than an hour north of Waco.
Rio Vista, population 656, was founded on the railroad in 1885. The town site, which affords views of both Nolan River and Mustang Creek was given the Spanish name for River View.
Soil: Ponder-Sanger-Slidell: Nearly level to gently sloping, deep, slightly acid to moderately alkaline loamy and clayey soils; on uplands.
Johnson County is home to the Johnson County Historic Museum. There are numerous events in Johnson County, including Antique Alley, the Cleburne Spring Fest, Sheriffs Posse Rodeo, Burleson Founders Day Celebration, Boo Bash, Pioneer Days and Whistlestop Lighting.
Listed exclusively by Dax Pass and Patrick Murray with Briggs Freeman Sothebys International Realty.
For more information, contact Dax Pass at 214.557.8643 or Patrick Murray at 214.679.4341.
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