364+/- acres 12 miles north of Aspermont, TX on the west side of FM 1263 with additional frontage on County Road 221. Nice mix of native pasture and CRP with annual income through 2022. CRP acreage totals 198.7 acres and provides $7,060 per year through 2022. Pastureland totals 165.3 acres, mainly on the east side with small patches scattered across the property. One surface pond is in the draw of the pastureland. Rolling terrain with gentle elevation changes as well as a drop-off into the small draw crossing through the east side. Electrical service runs along both public roads.
White-tail deer and the occasional mule deer, bob-white quail, a blue quail now and then, mourning dove, feral hogs and plenty of varmints cross through the neighborhood, so you'll have hunting opportunities no matter the season!
This may be the recreational tract that you're searching for. Close of the Salt Fork of the Brazos, easy access to town, lots of potential here! Call us for more information or to setup a time to view it and see if it's the place for you!
Partial mineral rights may be conveyed with an acceptable offer.
From Aspermont/US 83, take FM 1263 east, then north 12 miles to the intersection of CR 221, which is the southeast corner of this tract.