Buncombe Road Pastures of Caddo Parish, 300ac +/-
PROPERTY ID: LACADDBM300
Are you looking for a country home with fenced pastureland in southwest Caddo Parish? The Buncombe Road pastures of Caddo Parish is around 300 acres of fenced pastureland and a nice sized house with approximately 1,350 feet of frontage to Buncombe Road. Located just east of Highway 169 and only a few miles from I-20, this property is a short drive from east Texas and an easy drive to anywhere in northwest Louisiana.
The soils on the property are a mix of fine sandy loam and clays and are rated for intense grazing and for cultivation, which makes them excellent for livestock and haying production. This property primarily has bermudagrass with some early season clover that has supported the long family history of grazing cattle. There are two waters sources on the property that come from a small cattle pond and a creek branch that crosses the center of the property. The terrain slopes gently from the front of the property at Buncombe Road to the southern boundary.
Commercial investors will be attracted to the location of the property being in the heart of the Haynesville Shale. These pastures could potentially be converted to a large lake for selling frac water.
The house has plenty of living space with a detached storage building and offers quiet country living with beautiful pastures in the backyard.
The pastures and home can be purchased separately from each other. For more information or to schedule a tour of the property, contact Britt Moore at (318) 617-7106 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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