158 Acres Southwest of Sweetwater, in Nolan County, Texas

       
 This Haven For
Wildlife Has It All:

Deer, Turkey, Dove, Quail & Hogs
 
Includes a 2 year old, 3 bedroom,
1 3/4 bath custom home with shop!
 
         
 
       
 
 
You'll enjoy the extra custom amenities included in the homestead, secluded among the shady oaks: a 2005 Hindman Ready-Built Home

www.hindmanreadybuilt.com
         
 
       
 
 
Adjacent to the house is this 30 x40' shop/garage with additional concrete drive!
         
 
       
 
 
The house features approx. 1,924 sqft. of living area.
The living room includes wood stove and lots of custom cabinetry!
         
 
       
 
 
Another view of the living room shows the built ins and the opening to the dining room.
         
 
       
 
 
The dining area and kitchen are open, revealing beautiful cabinets and built in appliances.
         
 
       
 
 
The fenced back yard has a canopy of magnificent oaks to shade the open patio!
         
 
       
 
 
Just east of the house is a windmill, where on this particular afternoon, many of the locals decided to gather for water!
Another water well has a submersible pump, furnishing water to the house. The place also includes a Bittercreek water meter!
         
 
       
 
 
Another view of a turkey flock on the property!
Note the railroad trestle in the background.
         
 
       
 
 
Also near the house is a clearing that makes a perfect garden spot or food plot to attract more game...right in your own backyard!
         
 
       
 
 
In addition to the numerous, gigantic oak trees on the place, ideal cover for game lies in the varried rolling terrain.
         
 
       
 
The property also features 2 tanks, livestock barn and pens. 
There are 2 tributaries running through the place (Finn Creek & Long Branch Creek). These wet weather creeks lead to Sweetwater Creek.
         
 
       
 
 

These gobblers are showing their feathers just outside the fenced backyard!

The entire acreage is fenced, just in case ranching is your passion!

Est. 2006 Ad Valorem Taxes with Homestead & Ag Exemption: $2,183.25
         
 

         
 
       
 
 

Primary Soil Types:

Sagerton Clay Loam
Pitzer Gravelly Loam
Gageby Clay Loam
Woodward Loam

Asking Price: $350,000 
         
 

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