117.69ac of Fertile Bottomland in Cooke County
Premium 117-acre bottomland property consisting of 115 acres of cultivation with extremely fertile soil. This bountiful property has been in the family since 1952 and boasts 3500 feet of river frontage on the Elm Fork Trinity River. 99% of the property is in the floodplain, although there is about 1.5 acres outside of it. Along with crop production, you can enjoy dove hunting in the fall, and a variety of wildlife year-round. Located only miles from Lake Ray Roberts, Gainesville, and close access to I-35, this productive farm land is a great investment. Priced at $5,000/ac.
- Cooke County, Texas
- 3 miles south of Gainesville, Texas.
- 35 minutes from Denton, Texas.
-1 hour from DFW
WATER: 3,500' (.67 miles) frontage on the Elm Fork Trinity River
CLIMATE: Gainesville gets an average of 40.1 inches of rain, 233 sunny days, and roughly 3.2 inches of snow per year.
WILDLIFE: Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, feral hogs, predators, waterfowl, dove, small game
MINERALS: None available.
VEGETATION: Hardwoods following the river, and roughly 115-acres of pastureland, previously planted in wheat.
TERRAIN: 20' in elevation change: from 680' to 700'
SOILS: Fertile bottomland with tinn clay soils.
CURRENT USE: Farming
POTENTIAL USE: Farming, recreational ranch, future permanent residence, weekend retreat
ACCESS: Access through an easement from Farm-to-Market Rd 2071.
LEASES: Currently leased for row crop production. Call agent for details.
SHOWINGS: Buyers agent, if applicable, must accompany buyer on all showings. Please allow 24-hour notice, when possible, as listing agent will meet and provide the tour.
Call listing agent George Wiley for more information: 940-784-3646
- small game
- whitetail deer