It is not often that you get the opportunity to own a 34+/- acre piece of farm and ranch property in the heart of Burleson. A unique custom 3 bedroom two bath home, with a one bedroom one bath detached guest quarters make this house a comfortable and private place to call home. The property is comprised of a large coastal pasture and a park like heavily wooded area. Towering oaks, and massive pecan trees provide seclusion to the property as if Burleson and I-35 truly didn't exist. The pasture and wooded area are separated by village creek. Trails throughout the woods and multiple places to cross village creek make this property accessible, functional, and unique. As well as the trails throughout the property, along village creek, a Motor cross dirt track has been constructed. If you are a dirt bike enthusiast this could be a fantastic opportunity to have your very own cross country and moto cross track all on one property. The pasture provides excellent grazing for cattle or horses. There is a storage barn for hay or equipment as well. Village creek creates some flood plain but still tons of usable acres. There is development potential to cut this place into 4, 10 acre tracts. Recent appraisals have been done on the property in comparison to other large acre tracts this property is priced to sell!!! Contact Brett Grier with Clark Real Estate Group for more details 817-357-7347
From I 35 go east on Renfro, North on N Hurst Rd until it dead ends. Property gate is on the left. Do not Tresspass, contact agent for showing appointment.
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