Location: 9 miles north of Whitesboro, TX 5 miles south of the Red River and Lake Texoma 90 miles north of Fort Worth & Dallas Water: There are 7 ponds on the property. There are 2 wells on the property and county water is available along the county road. Red Branch Creek runs along the north east border and Brushy Creek runs along the south border. Wildlife: There are great amounts of waterfowl in the area that use the ponds on the property. There is also an abundance of whitetail deer, and turkeys, as well as hogs and dove. Terrain and Natural Features: The property is divided by Dennis Road which runs east and west and is the highest point on the farm. The pastures north and south of the road slope down and away towards the creeks. There are grass pastures in the heart of the property and mature woods on the north and south sides along the creeks. Minerals: This property may be divided into smaller tracts. 100% of the minerals are owned and available with further consideration. Improvements: There are 2 houses on the property. The first is approximately 2,200 square feet, built in 1971. The second is a quaint farm house built in 1942 which has been updated with new insulation and central heat/air conditioning. There is also a functioning set of cattle pens and a barn just below the larger home. History: Born in 1826 in Lincoln County, Georgia, Hirem Dennis began farming on this piece of land in 1877. Hirem was the Precinct 4 Commissioner, and was very instrumental in the development of his piece of Grayson County. Hirem passed away in 1918 as is buried in a cemetery down the road from his farm. The Dennis family has been a foundation family in the area and has raised many generations in and around this property. The Dennis family still owns and lives on the land. This property represents 138 years of Texas farming and ranching tradition. Property Summary: Dennis Farm is one of the larger tracts available in Grayson County. This property has strong grass pastures, abundance of ponds, and plenty of mature trees along the creeks on the north and south side. This is the ideal size and location for a weekend place from the metroplex, but could also be occupied for full time residence. Plenty of ponds for fishing, trails for riding, and woods for exploring.