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Located in a secluded setting, with majestic oak trees you will find 35.22 acres that features coastal fields and a large stock tank. Enjoy hunting on this land, working the land, or relish the quiet county living and build your dream home.
The property is on 35.22 acres of sandy loam soil. It features coastal for grazing or hay production, with several other cross-fenced pastures for grazing. There are multiple majestic trees that provide shade to your animals and tranquil beauty for your pleasure. A large pond is on the property that provides water for your livestock and also attracts dear and other wildlife. At the time of this listing, five deer were seen on the property!
For those looking to re-locate in Erath County, Stephenville, Texas, the county seat and is home to Tarleton State University, which has an enrollment of more than 7,800 and a full time faculty and staff of 1,100. Six major manufacturing firms employ 1,400 people in Stephenville. The towns major industry is agriculture, with approximately $200 million added to the economy yearly. Of that amount, dairy farming leads the way with approximately $140 million in revenue. According to the 2010 census, the county population was 37,890 and the city population was 17,123.
Head W on FM 8, go 2.7 miles, Turn L on CR 461, go 1.2 miles property will be on the L. SOP
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