There are two 100 acre tracts located north of Robert Lee, on the west side of Hurely Rd. These property will make a nice hunting propety, or rulal homesite.
The property will be surveyed by the seller proior to closing in order to determine and accurate legal description. The seller will also fence the boundary between the two tracts if the propety is sold to seperate buyers.
The property is located on the west side of Hurley Road in just north of Robert Lee in Coke County. To access the property, you take HWY 208 north out of Robert Lee. In about 1 mile you will turn right onto Hurley Rd. You will drive 3.5 miles, and the property will start on the left (west) side of the road.
Rolling land with good cover for wildlife. The property had mostly mesquite, a few cedars and other native brush species throughout the property.
The terrain has gradual elevations changes, the highest point of the property will be along the west boundary fence.
There is one windmill on the south end of the property. The windmill ahs a concrete reservoir, and concrete gravity fed water trough.
The are no structures on the property. The property is high fenced on the west boundary, and the remaining fences are standard net wire fences with one to two strains of barb wire along the top.
The are white-tail deer, quail, dove, and turkey in the area. The are also feral hogs in the area as well.
Owner does have a portion of the minerals, and they are negotiable.
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