Approximately 580 acres in Lampasas County. This tract has it all. Treed hilltop hunting to fields with Lampasas River frontage. This tract has division potential but is a great ranch in total. Large oaks, elms, pecan, cedar, and more in the area of trees. Ponds for livestock, Co-op water for the old house. There is a 45 acre tract with cultivation, pasture, large area of oak trees and over 1800' of Lampasas River frontage. The water levels maintain in this area of the river at all times. There is approx. 20 acres of cultivation plus and adjoining 72 acre field for crop or hay production. The balance of the tract is prime hunting with good development potential. The property borders both sides of CR 3210 just north of FM 2313 in east Lampasas County. See aerials and maps. $4,000/acre
Brad Bailey will speak about Texas immigration at noon March 19 at the Wildflower Country Club in Temple.
Lions Club Park Senior Center is hosting DJ Walter Schupp playing the Best of the Best Country Music for Tuesday’s dance from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at 1700 E. Stan Schleuter