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284.432 Acres High Crossing, Smithville
Recreational Get-Away! ~ 284.432 acres heavily wooded with oaks, cedars & Loblolly pines. Great hunting potential for deer, turkey, hogs & dove. 2 ponds + 3 intermittent wet weather creeks. Enjoy privacy, stargazing, hunting, exploring, fishing or 4 wheeling. Old house & barn on property, both in poor condition. Road has been cleared on western boundary. Seller will consider selling 100 acres on Southern part of property for $5600/acre. Cattle grazing lease currently in place. Please keep gates closed.
- MLS #1414438
- TypeFarms & Acreage
- UtilitiesElectricity Available
- Is WaterfrontYes
- DistrictSmithville ISD
- ElementaryBrown Primary
- Address284.432 Acres High Crossing
- SubdivisionGarrett, John V L Evans
- Zip Code78957
- Lot DescriptionPond On Lot, Public Maintained Road, Stream On Lot, Wooded
Price Change History for 284.432 Acres High Crossing, Smithville, TX (MLS #1414438)
|Price Reduced from $1,535,933 to $1,499,500|
Property Listed by: RE/MAX Bastrop Area
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