Great Agricultural And Recreational Property In Northeast Texas
- Interactive Map
Great Agricultural Land with Huge Recreation Potential! Amelia Dairy is currently operating as a dairy farm with approx.. 1,400 cows. The land is mainly utilized to grow crops to feed the herd. The overwhelming majority of the property is gently rolling ag land with creek bottoms and draws. It holds a ton of wildlife, can grow enormous amounts of feed and would make an excellent high-fence or low fence recreational tract. Call today to set up your own private showing!
IMPROVEMENTS: The vast amount of improvements on the property could continue to be operated as a dairy farm. However, the seller understands a dairy farm buyer is not as likely. As a result, for more detailed information on the dairy/cattle specific improvements, please inquire to the listing agent. Some of the dairy farm improvements have the potential to be converted into covered riding arenas, covered areas for cattle and horses, etc.
The remaining improvements include a comfortable house near the western entrance to the property. It is a 4BR/2BA layout with an office, large living room, sunroom, and recently remodeled kitchen. In addition, the house has an in-ground pool, hot tub, and covered sitting area.
LAND: The land is approximately 920 acres and is currently utilized as a working dairy farm. The land is primarily all in one big contiguous chunk, but there is a small acreage portion that is included and has good frontage on Farm to Market Road 11. From the house, and several other gated entrances around the property, you have access throughout the property on an all-weather road. The land has mainly good fencing along the entire perimeter and a lot of it is quality fencing utilized to keep the cattle inside.
As stated above, the majority of the land is gently rolling terrain with the ability to grow vast amounts of row crops. It has recently been growing corn and sorghum. There is also a large area used to grow Bermuda hay, and it is cut and bailed throughout the year. Nearly two-thirds of the property has underground water and electricity used to operate multiple center-pivot irrigation systems that will be included with the sale. This allows the crops to be watered as much or little as needed depending on the rainfall amounts and conditions.
The drainages, draws, and lower elevation areas on the property are wooded and brushy, making for excellent wildlife habitat. Some of the draws have tanks or creeks which provide good sources of water year-round.
WATER: This property features several tanks and ponds, as well as numerous creek bottoms and drainages. It also has good groundwater used to irrigate the property. Brushy creek meanders through a portion of the property on the north side as well.
WILDLIFE: The property is home to whitetail deer, hogs, coyotes, bobcats, and all other critters native to East Texas. In the winter, ducks utilize the multiple sources of water on the property to rest and can be successfully hunted! The layout of the property would make a potentially good high-fence ranch and could certainly grow the necessary amount of food for the animals within.
- Rare Opportunity to own a large Ag / Recreation Property within 2 hours of Downtown Dallas
- Underground irrigation and electricity to Two-Thirds of the property
- Boundaries as outlined on aerials are approximate and to be verified by survey
- Ag-exempt for tax purposes
248 CR 4310
Winnsboro, Texas 75494