Coyote Ranches Tract 2

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PROPERTY DETAILS

County: LampasasAddress: 3361 County Road 2699Zip: 76853
Type: AcreageCity: LometaPrice: $121,500
Acres: 27State: Texas

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

In Northern Lampasas County, is a little slice of Texas that you have been waiting for. Coyote Ranches Tract 2 consist of a 27-acre tract that has it all. Sweeping vistas, great homesites, pond, large ranch neighbors, and wild game including Whitetail deer, feral hogs, doves, and small game. Minimal deed restrictions wont get in your way but keep the area as we found it. All weather entry and cleared fence row make it easy to pick the site for you and your family. Electricity {Hamilton County] and municipal water [Corix] are available for this property for minimal connection fee. More acreage available. Contact listing Agent Jake Hersman 469-223-6989

PROPERTY MAP / DIRECTIONS

Turn right off N 183 onto FM 2942 on the N side of Lometa, Texas. FM 2942 turns left and continues straight for 6.3 miles, FM 2942 changes to CR 269. Coyote Ranches is approx. 9 miles NE of Lometa.

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