Ask Amy Huffman
Located on one of Falls County's highest elevations you will find this 104 acre tract of land. Currently this land is in production of corn and hay. The soil composition consists of various versions of clay loam soil which is common in this area. With the average of 38 inches of rain per year Falls County has the ability to grow strong crops and contribute to adequate water sources for livestock. Large land owners surround this property and give it a semi-secluded feel. Tri-County Water services the area and electric is at the road. This property can be utilized as row crop, pasture or possibly a homesite. Located only 3 miles from Hwy 6. Approximately 22 miles to Waco, 40 miles to Temple and I-35.