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|Address:CR 131 (Hudgins Cut-Off)
FINANCING AND SOME MINERALS ARE AVAILABLE!
LOCATION: It is located about 4 miles northeast of the city of Wharton, about 3 miles southeast of the town of Hungerford, and about 9 miles from the town of Boling in Wharton Couty, Texas.
FRONTAGE: The property has about 1 mile of frontage on CR 131 (Hudgins Cut-Off Rd), about 2/10 mile frontage on CR 152 (Archer Rd), and abotu 1/10 mile frontage on CR 159 (Roberts Rd).
TERRAIN: The property has mostly level, open terrain utilized as pasture land.
FLOOD PLAIN: About 85% of the property is situated in the 100-year flood plain.
MINERALS: The owner will consider including some minerals with the property.
SITE IMPROVEMENTS: The property is improved with an electric water well and a windmill. There are two other water well locations where only the well casing exists. The condition of the water wells is unknown and subject to inspection. An old cattle shed is located on the property and considered to have no value.
EASEMENTS: The Texas Railroad Commission map indicates that a pipeline crosses through the north portion of the property.
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From Houston, go SOUTH on US Hwy 59 to FM 1161 at Hungerford. Exit FM 1161 and go EAST about 2.5 miles to CR 131 (Hudgins Cut-off) and turn SOUTH (Right), go about 7/10 mile to CR 159 (Roberts) and find the property on the LEFT. The property is on the LEFT for the next mile to CR 152.
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