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Great Weekend Getaway or Homesite

Posted on: November 9th, 2018 by Cole Hoskison

Conveniently located between Commerce and Sulphur Springs, and just south of Cooper Lake, this tract is the perfect mixture for a weekend getaway or a place to build your dream home. The mix of wildlife cover and open area make this tract a great possibility for hunting and also grazing a small herd of cattle. County road frontage on two sides of the property create an ideal investment with the option to divide the acreage in the future. Call Cole Hoskison for questions or to schedule a showing 903-922-1283

Vista Lakes Valley Ranch

Posted on: November 9th, 2018 by Cole Hoskison

Vista Lakes Valley Ranch

Truly unique to Hopkins County, this 300 acre ranch, offers a tremendous abundance of water and unparalleled views. Located just south of Cooper Lake, adequately secluded while easily accessible, this property boasts the opportunity to build an estate that would be the envy of the county. Just under 2 miles of county road frontage, not only allow multiple access points but also the opportunity for later divisions of the tract. The current owner, along with the NRCS, has been meticulous in developing the property for maximized cattle production and aesthetics through addition and enhancement of the 15 water bodies. Large numbers of waterfowl frequent the lakes and ponds, which roost on nearby Cooper Lake and its Wildlife Management Area. A plan is in place through careful management, to divide the property into smaller paddocks for rotational grazing in conjunction with the ability to irrigate different parts of the ranch. Thoughtfully designed cattle pens, a newly constructed hay/equipment barn and a well maintained manufactured home add to the property while leaving ample opportunity to customize the ranches infrastructure for its next owner. Utilities are in place, and a home-site prepared, on the most scenic topography of the ranch. From this vantage point almost the entire property can be viewed. This once in a lifetime opportunity has to be seen to be appreciated. Call Cole Hoskison 903-922-1283 for any additional questions and to schedule a viewing.

Bull Pine Ranch

Posted on: November 1st, 2018 by Cody Harris

A nicer property this close to Grapeland cannot be found. Don't let it get away!

With frontage on Old Elkhart Road two miles from downtown Grapeland, a working ranch with approximately 100 acres. 80 acres in upland pasture with the remainder in woods, a spring-fed pond, two stock tanks.

Seventeen acres of woods on south side of the pond has 2,000 feet of frontage on the paved farm to market road. This has the potential to be a splendid house site for a ranchette or divided into several house lots. Additional wooded sites could be defined on the north side of the pond.

Ideal for cattle ranching, hunting and recreation, with great building sites.

Scenic Building Site or Development Tract

Posted on: October 29th, 2018 by Cole Hoskison

Located just two miles north of Cooper, at the intersection of FM 128 and CR 3020, this 40 acre tract is ideal for building a home or developing into smaller acreage tracts. Currently being used for storage of round bales, this native grass pasture could easily be developed to fit your needs. Utilities appear to be available along FM 128 but will need to be verified by potential buyers. Pictures coming soon as weather permits.

Farm with Development Potential

Posted on: October 29th, 2018 by Cole Hoskison

Located approximately 9 miles north of Commerce and 3.3 miles south of Ladonia on Highway 50, this proven Hunt County farm has great development potential. With over 1500' of frontage on each Highway 50 and FM 1532 this tract could easily be divided. Also this property will be within 5 minutes of proposed lake Ralph Hall. Pictures to be added soon.

Delta County Cultivated Land

Posted on: October 29th, 2018 by Cole Hoskison

This 165 acre tract is your opportunity to own a proven Delta County farm. The property is operated by a local farmer, who would be willing to continue to farm the property under new ownership. !50 acres of cultivated ground, a 15 acre wildlife haven on the east end, and over 4100' of FM 1530 frontage make this farm a unique tract. Located 5.5 miles northwest of Cooper on FM 1530. Pictures to be added soon.

E & J Ranch

Posted on: October 25th, 2018 by Cody Harris

Located just 6.5 miles SW of Bangs, E & J Ranch is a phenomenal hunting ranch or weekend getaway! The property provides a diversity of wildlife habitat including live oak mottes, mesquite flats, and native grass pasture. Deer, turkey, quail and various other wildlife species thrive under the current owner's careful management. Sitting atop one of the highest elevations on the ranch, the comfortable and well-designed ranch home is ideal for hosting family for the weekend, or corporate clients enjoying a hunting excursion. From the spacious and well-shaded back porch you have a view of a nice lake that expands to nearly eight acres at full capacity. The shop is located near the cattle working pens and provides ample storage for a tractor, UTV and all of your ranch supplies. The ranches grasses have been rested from intensive grazing for several years and are home to a handful of decorative longhorns. Several deer stands are already in place along well-traveled wildlife corridors.

Great Hunting or Recreational Tract

Posted on: August 20th, 2018 by Cole Hoskison

Phenomenal hunting or recreational tract priced right! On an easily accessible county road, yet secluded and off the beaten path, this 65 acre tract will make the perfect weekend retreat. Post oaks create a food source and cover on the higher elevation and the seasonal creek bottom opens up to much larger varieties of mature oaks. Lots of deer and feral hog tracks. Also two storage containers convey with the sale of the property.

143 acres in Hopkins County, Texas

Posted on: August 14th, 2018 by Cole Hoskison

Just south of Cooper Lake on FM 71, this 146 acre tract offers a fantastic home site overlooking a 2.5 acre lake. Abundant wildlife travel between large neighboring tracts and Cooper Lake WMA along Merit Creek. Highly productive soils and good topography make this tract ideal for hay production or cattle grazing.

Good Grazing Land – Shackelford County

Posted on: August 11th, 2018 by Cody Harris

Located only 2 miles southeast of the town of Lueders in Shackelford County. Soil types consist of good to prime-quality, currently established in native grasses as part of a grazing program. Included one surface tank for watering livestock and wildlife. Property would be ideal for grazing, dove hunting, or cultivation. Situated at the intersection of County Road 202 and 201 with over a mile of road frontage on two sides of the property.