Tranquility awaits...but probably not for long. You can't hear the trains, planes, or automobiles here. 100 manicured acres of mostly improved pastures, huge pecan trees, and stocked fishing ponds. You'll never want to leave. The 3-2 brick home was built in 1955, and is in good condition, but could use updating. It also has an old root cellar under the home. Spend hours, or decades, climbing the knoll, called 'the Newby'. This is an approx. 100 feet tall hill near the center of the property. Most of the property can easily be driven over in a vehicle. Almost a perfect rectangle, you won't find a property that is more owner friendly. Pictures of the inside of the home coming soon.
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From the cozy little town of Forestburg, in the north Texas hill country, go north on FM 677. Go left on Dye Mound Road. Follow Dye Mound Road approx. 5 miles to Holland Road, on the right. The property begins at the bottom of the hill. Holland Road is a county road, and maintained by the county.