This large acreage tract offers diverse features with unlimited potential. The southwestern 100-acre (+/-) portion of the property is improved pasture with good grazing potential and large scattered pockets of mature hardwood timber. This portion of the property has good perimeter and cross fencing, alleyways, and a set of pipe working pens with a covered working chute. An older pole barn offers some dry storage, but a large, all-steel hay barn was constructed in 2018-2019. The hay barn is estimated to be approximately 50’ x 100’ with walls on the two long sides and open on the ends. There is a water well located at the working pens that existed before the current owner’s tenure. No specific details were available about the well depth or capacity.
Just north of the improved pasture are three smaller, native pasture areas. Located closer to the bottomland area, these pastures offer extended grazing possibilities in the summer heat. Timber has been removed in areas of the SE portions of the property and some work has been completed in an effort to convert these areas to pasture for additional grazing.
The remainder of the property consists of bottomland timber with multiple waterways, creeks, springs and natural duck sloughs. Johnson Creek winds through the timber in this area which is primarily mixed hardwoods and offers outstanding wildlife habitat and hunting possibilities. Access to the rear of this area is made possible by two improved pipeline easements that are slightly elevated and appear to offer good access to the rear of the property in most conditions. A unique feature in the central portion of the property is a large hill that overlooks the bottomland portion of the property, this hill offers good views, primarily looking north and west. A smaller ridge runs the dividing line of the improved and native pastures, allowing the family hunter to sneak up for a view of these areas bordering the natural sloughs.
An access easement runs a portion of the SE boundary from Hwy 79 north, approximately half a mile. This easement provides access to a property owner east of this tract. The upside of this easement is that it was paved at some point and the owner of the 582-acre parcel has the benefit of use to access the central portion of the property. The tract has approximately eleven stock ponds which are primarily scattered across the southern half of the property, so there is adequate water for livestock and wildlife purposes.
The property is conveniently located on the north side of Hwy 79 approximately 13 miles west of Henderson and 23 miles east of Jacksonville. Call today for additional information or to set up your private tour of this property.
Fantastic mixed-use potential
Over 100 acres of improved pasture; mixture of native pasture, timber, and wetlands
Large natural duck slough
Rolling topography with 60’ of elevation change
Located within New Summerfield & Carlisle ISD
Almost 2,000 feet of frontage along Hwy 79
Ag exemption in place
All boundary lines on map exhibits are approximate and should be verified by buyer
The information contained herein is deemed reliable but is not warranted or guaranteed by the Broker, its Agents, or the Seller. Access to property, access to utilities, or any measurements including but not limited to, acreage, square footage, frontage, and mapping boundary lines shared herein has not been independently verified and is for purposes of marketing only. If exact measurements, access to property, or access to utilities is a concern, the property should be independently measured or investigated by the prospective buyer.
Buyer’s agents must be identified on the first contact with Broker/Agents and must accompany the buyer on showings to receive full fee participation. Otherwise, the fee participation will be at the sole discretion of the Broker and Whitetail Properties Real Estate, LLC.