Have you been looking for privacy and yet close to Mason? This land offers so much, way beyond your expectations with over 4,000' frontage of the scenic East and West Comanche Creeks and road frontage off of HWY 87 N out of Mason. East frontage goes to the center of the creek with neighbors fence on his side of the creek. West creek frontage has both sides of the creek. Privacy with a solitude bringing you back to nature. I promise you, the hardwoods alone will amaze you! Post and Live Oaks so huge you will wonder where they came from. A forest of Cedar Elm meets a secluded draw with a little wet weather tank below. There are also Water Elm, Wild Plum, Mesquite and Persimmon trees. The bee brush has tunnels where the deer bed down and hide their fawns. There has been no pressure on the wildlife and it abounds, with whitetail deer and turkey everywhere. There are also other wildlife and birds: bobcat, fox, squirrels, raccoons, ringtails, rabbits, hawks, family of owls, and many song birds. A well done and very cute 2/1bth cabin with living, dining, kitchen with dishwasher, gas stove and fridgerator, master w/ upper bunk area, two window units, gas hot water heater and newer septic tank installed a couple of years ago. Along with the house is an outside shower, commode, vanity, washer/dryer hookups, electric hot water heater and storage building. The covered front and back porches are a great place to sit while enjoying coffee early in the morning and watching the wildlife move across the front field. A good producing water well and electricity on property. A two stall barn with tack room, close to the house, is great for horses! The property has not been leased for hunting. Toward the back of the property is an old homesite (no structures) and an old hand dug well in the back under the hardwoods. A Mason gunsmith lived here. This is also the site on both sides of the creek where the soldiers from Fort Mason set up camp. They had to move the important commodity, mules, to this location named "Jackass Flats" because the Indians kept raiding and stealing them at Fort Mason which is located on the south side of the City of Mason. Indian artifacts have been found. Comanche Creek is known as a hotspot for Mason County Topaz along with many other minerals. There is a large earthen tank which holds water in wet times. There is also a Buffalo waller. A majority of the land has deep tillable sandy loam soils. Native grasses abound! Owner believe to own all minerals and will convey half of all owned. Seller will pay for a new survey. Easement to property runs down left fence line from HWY 87 gate. Property is a prime piece of land and will not last! $6460/acre
Take HWY 87 North out of Mason. Less than a mile out of Mason. First gate on the right past intersection of HWY 87 and HWY 29. Short 30' easement off HWY 87. Call to look! 325-347-4732
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