Emory, TX Rains Country Land 40.0000 acre for sale in Emory, TX

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Mixed use residential, recreational, commercial 40 acre property located near Emory TX in Rains County. Awesome 3100 Sq. Ft. house built in 2003 is perfect mix of rustic log home with standing seam metal roof and wraparound porches (2000 Sq. Ft.) all nestled in towering oak trees with fantastic drive up appeal. Featuring 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, large living area and stone fireplace with wood floors and rich cedar trim. Functional outbuilding with concrete floor and electricity sits just a short walk from the main house.

For the hunter, there's an abundance of whitetail deer and hogs with some of the bucks harvested in the area being B&C quality. Ribbons of ATV trails & hiking trails weave through the dense woods and along the wet weather creek. Currently there are several established food plots and year round deer feeders to benefit the plentiful wildlife.

For the entrepreneur, the owners have operated the property as a wedding venue part time and the demand has been very strong. More info and photos on the wedding venue business model can be found at www.backfortyhomestead.com

Perfect for full-time residence, weekender retreat, small hunting tract, or wedding venue business...



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  • Price: $635,000
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 3

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