This private, secluded and beautiful lot is the best Texas has to offer: Quiet, privacy, and access to the best of the outdoors; while in close proximity to several vibrant and lively cities showcasing Texas' finest.
It's a 14.92 acre lot, located in a quiet, well-maintained area with neighbors who take care of, and pride in, their properties
This property has direct road access on Russel Road, and is in close proximity to FM 1769, US Hwy 380 W, and Hwy 251 S.
This property is mostly flat with some slight grade in some areas, and has multiple suitable building sites for a home and outbuildings. This property has a pond on it, adding to the rural, natural feel of the lot and surrounding area. There is also evidence of local wildlife frequenting the pond.
Description of property from Drone Photographer:
“I found the property easy to find with use of smartphone GPS directions that led me directly there with no issues to note. The roadways were gravel once off the highway(s) and appear to be (well) maintained; recently smoothed, with no major holes, “washboards”, etc. Cellular service ranged from 1-2 bars.
The home at 293 Russell Road is the neighboring property to the North of the vacant lot and appears to well kept and maintained. Electric lines were found running East/West along both the North and South borders of the property. Area was relatively quiet. The lot is private with nice views from the top clearing.
Upon walking the lot, I scared up an individual full-grown female doe (deer) and some local game birds (pheasant &/or quail) with evidence found of other local wildlife being in the area and even possibly frequenting the pond. There were also several predatory birds in the area, especially at the top of the hill, and they were very interested in what we were doing up there. I am not certain, but may have seen Buzzards, Hawks, and even a Falcon.”
10 minutes away is the small town of Newcastle, TX - a former mining town that has basic amenities such as a cafe, post office, bank, churches, gas station and high school.
Under 15 minutes away is the town of Graham, has a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere makes it the perfect escape from life's hustle and bustle. The mild climate and beautiful scenery provides the ideal setting to reconnect with nature, explore historic sites, or just sit back and lose track of time. There are many unique restaurants, stores, cultural attractions and antique shops around the historic downtown square, which is proclaimed to be the largest downtown square in America.
Graham offers an authentic Texas experience complete with real cowboys and small town charm, and offers the perfect setting for all kinds of outdoor recreation…
Fishing - Located only a few miles north of Graham,Lake Graham and Lake Eddleman present the perfect setting for water recreation and fishing. There are two public boat ramps on Lake Graham and one on Lake Eddleman. Camping sites and picnic areas are located along the shoreline of Lake Eddleman. Predominant fish species include Largemouth Bass, White Crappie, Hybrid Striped Bass, White Bass, and Channel Catfish.
Hunting - Graham is proud to host hunters throughout the year. Fall brings dove, quail, and deer season. Spring offers wild turkey hunting. Feral hogs and predator hunting are available year-round. The rugged terrain surrounding Graham is a patchwork of dense woods, cultivated fields and creeks that provide habitat for a prosperous wildlife population.
Possum Kingdom State Park and Lake (more here) are just over an hour away, and has over 300 miles of shoreline and many scenic coves. On water, you can swim, boat, fish (largemouth, striped and white bass; channel and blue catfish; and white crappie), ski, scuba dive and snorkel. On land, you can camp, picnic, hike, bike, study nature and geocache. You can take a virtual tour with their interactive trails map. The park has a boat launch, fishing pier, and fish cleaning station. You do not need a fishing license to fish from shore in a state park.
Possum Kingdom State Park Store and Marina rents canoes, boat slips, wakeboards, kneeboards, water skis and tubes. They also sell some grocery, camping and fishing supplies.
Just over an hour away is the City of Wichita Falls, which is nestled in the North East corner of North Texas. It's home to commerce and industry with worldwide interests, several institutions of higher learning, a strong international presence through Sheppard Air Force Base.
Address: This lot is in Graham, Tx.
The subdivision area is named Twin Oaks
Because this is a vacant lot, there is no physical address. You will navigate there using GPS coordinates. See below for viewing instructions.
County: Young County, Tx
Lot size: 14.92
Apn: The Assessor Parcel Number is 7605
Legal Description: Twin Oaks 13 - A-0706
Annual Taxes in 2019: $23.66 in 2019
Gps coordinates of the corners of the lot ( approximate ): 33.2230, -98.6610; 33.2227, -98.6591; 33.2207, -98.6610; 33.2208, -98.6589
Gps coordinates of the center-point of the lot: 33.2291, -98.6600
Elevation: 1,152 ft
Terrain type: mostly flat, with some gently rolling areas; with several flat areas ideal for a home-site.
Property Access: Paved Road
Zip Code: 76450
Closest city: Graham, Tx
This property is NOT in a flood zone.
Electric: Power available in several areas.
Water: There is a well on site - it is close to the pond
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