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233 Chuckwagon Trail

233 Chuckwagon Trail : Fort Worth, TX 76108

Tarrant County, Texas

6.69 Acres
$1,100,000 USD
$164,425 / ac
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Land Description

One-of-a-kind property close to Fort Worth. 6.69-Acre horse property with spacious open floor plan with indoor grill and second kitchen. Beautiful views from porches, patios with stone walkways and gazebo to watch the sunset and wildlife. Fenced paddocks with sheds, auto waters. 60-foot round pen. Great barn with metal roof, water and electricity, large tack room with office space. covered trailer parking. Well with booster pumps and auxiliary taLand 6.69 acres Irregular lot with trees landscaped with large backyard grass and sprinkler system.

Improvements 4,043 Sqft farm and ranch home with contemporary feel.

Barn with meatal roof, water, electricity and office space.

60 Foot round pen.

Covered trailer parking.

Well with booster pumps and auxiliary tank.

Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources Mineral right do not convey.

History White Settlement dates to the 1850S, shortly after the establishment of Fort Worth November 1849 and the creation of Tarrant County. The name comes from the fact that there were no Indians living in the immediate vicinity. At that time there were only one or two trading posts and scattered farms that extended across hostile territory from Fort Worth to the Parker County line. The road leading into Parker County was known as the White Settlement Road.

The oldest street in White Settlement is White Settlement Road. This original trail led from the fort to the settlement about eight miles west into Native American territory. As the Native Americans were forced from the area and the settlement moved westward, the road followed. This was the only public road in White Settlement's early history.

Location Property is close to White settlement, two min from shopping centers and grocery stores and 10 minutes from Fort Worth.

Directions to Land

From 820 take Clifford Street go 2 miles down, take Right on Zuni Trail and Left onto Chuckwagon Trail. Home on Left.

Home Details

4 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms

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