$325,000 • 44.49 acres
44.498 acres in Franklin County just 4.5 miles north of Scroggins and 13 miles northeast of the town of Winnsboro in East Texas. This beautiful tract of land is located minutes from Lake Cypress Springs a 3,461-acre reservoir used for fishing, recreation and municipal purposes. All of this only 90 miles east of Dallas, Texas. The Rich Ranch is situated on 44.498 acres of mostly rolling pasture land is set up perfect horses. The 36’ x 60’ with an additional 12’ x 60’ overhang Morton custom-built horse barn features four 12’ x 12’ stalls, a 12’ x 12’ wash rack with hot water, tack and feed room. Each stall has split doors that the top half can be opened to the outside for ventilation or the entire door opens to covered turnouts. There are automatic heated water stations in each of the 4 turnouts. The turnout gates are designed to guide the horses to the desired pasture of the day. One end of the barn has two six-foot sliding doors that when opened all the way provides a twelve-foot opening for ventilation and to back trailers and equipment into barn. For the working folks there is a full bathroom with toilet, shower and sink that flows into 500-gallon septic tank and field line. The electricity is fed underground to the barn. The barn is serviced by community water system. There is plenty of high ground with views of the entire property to build a house or set up a mobile home. If horses are of no interest the 2160 square foot building could be converted into a nice Barndominium with big views. The property along the frontage of County Road 4370 is lined with pipe fence leading to a custom entry gate to the barn. The land is fenced and cross fenced into three pastures, two for the horses and the third for recreation and riding. There is a 1.5-acre fishing lake fully stocked and ready to fish fed by a creek that runs through the property. The land is mostly pasture with about 15 acres of hardwood trees on the west end of the property.