Land / Lot Information
|Address:||Cooke County, Texas|
|Price per Acre:||$157,500|
EXTREMELY remote property north of Whitesboro and Gainesville in Cooke County, TX, only a half mile from the Red River! 31.64 +/- total acres, being offered in two 10.5 acre tracts and one 10.64 acre tract. The land is joined by thousands of acres of government owned land, which is the US Army Corps of Engineers acres that surround Lake Texoma. The West, East and North sides join the Corps land; across the road to the South is a 4,800 acre privately owned ranch. All three tracts join the Corps land and have county road frontage. (See Maps in Photo Gallery)
The tracts are located at the dead end of a county maintained road. No access to electric lines, so you will need a generator or solar panel system if you want to build a cabin or park a camper. NO DEED RESTRICTIONS, NO PIPELINE EASEMENTS, NO OIL WELLS on the property! This is YOUR land, do whatever you want (as long as its legal). It is clean slate for you to work with, and a private place away from the hustle & bustle of the city.
Great hunting for whitetail deer and feral hogs! The land has dense woods from border to border, with tall mature hardwoods perfect for bowhunting. The soils are sandy, if you wanted to carve out a food plot. With thousands of Corps of Engineers land to pull from, you will have solid opportunities at trophy bucks every season.
In addition to what the property itself offers, the Corps land has a 200 +/- surface acre lake on it just to the north that can be accessed by a dirt road through the Corps. This lake provides fishing and duck hunting opportunities right next door; it is known to produce trophy crappie and striped bass.
LIST PRICE: $15,000/acre
For more information, contact agent/owner Beau Byars at cell phone (940) 224-3183.
TRACT I: SOLD
TRACT II: SOLD
TRACT III: SOLD
No trespassing. Please call to schedule an appointment before looking. Tracts do not have gated entrances or roads, be prepared to walk property. VERY THICK BRUSH AND TREES
(Pictures shown are for Tract I)
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