57 Acres in McCulloch County
Only six miles from downtown with a lot of desirable features.
County Road 418, Brady, Texas
This is the kind of property everyone is looking for. Only six miles from downtown with a lot of desirable features. It has some low land with very large Live Oak trees, a small draw running through the middle, and a small stock pond. Then there is the Red Oak covered high ground to the west offering wonderful views to the east and south plus shade from the late afternoon sun. Also, another stock pond on the bottom of the western slope. A 30 foot fenced lane runs about 4/10 of a mile off County Road 418 to get to the property. An improved road runs completely through the place to the top of the hill on the west end.
Long ago this was a small farm with many of the old structures still present. About twenty acres of this tract used to be in cultivation but now is grassland. The old farmstead is presently being used as a hunting cabin. It is equipped with solar power but no running water. There is an old well not far from the building.
This tract has an active Richland Springs Water Supply meter and electric power is present in the middle of the property and on top of the hill on the west end. Fences are good to excellent. All owned minerals convey with the sale.
57 +/- Acres
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