This is truly a unique property...
14.3 acres across 3 separate APNs but one legal description.
The big 11.5 acre property has a +/- 1.5 acre cemetery close to Slag Rd. It is fenced and has a separate entrance from the back. That portion of the property will remain a cemetery, but the owner will bear no responsibility for its maintenance.
The rest of the property is fully wooded with mature trees. There is an old barbed-wire fence along Slag Rd. as well. Mineral rights do not convey, but there has been no mineral activity on this property for over 60 years. All leaseholds have been abandoned or lapsed.
There's an abandoned mobile home on the smaller lot (on Bishop Loop), but it's perfect for a replacement mobile home with rental income opportunity. The residential lot is fenced as well.
The tri-angular parcel in between Slag Rd. and Bronx Rd. has an oil and gas pad that is fenced with barbed wire, but there is plenty of extra room for a mobile home, equipment storage, or your shop setup.
City sewer, water, electricity all available to each property.
Come see this unique opportunity to own 14.3 acres in Hardin County. Lots of potential here for rental income, timber income, lease payments, etc. OR, use it for whatever your imagination comes up with....no restrictions here.
NOTE: Title will be free and clear of any liens, but we purchased this property without title insurance due to certain title defects stemming from a 1901 judgment (yes, that long ago). We have a complete title search going back to 1886 and a land patent from the Governor of Texas. The last record surface owner was from 1901, but there has been unchallenged use and possession from 1946 under recorded affidavits of ownership. There is a clear chain of title going back to at least 1981, which person had owned it since 1946. To get insurable title, you would need to file a quiet title action, approved by a judge. Contact me for more info about the title situation.
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