Bell 27.51 acres

27.51± Acres
Leon County, Texas

Bell 27.51 acres

ID: 26366
Status: Sold
Acres: 27.51±
Type: Hunting Land, Recreational Land
Address: TBD CR 282
City, State: Buffalo, Texas
County: Leon
ZIP Code: 75831
Lat/Long: 31.3784, -95.9052
Presented By: Tyson Henson


Seclusion and privacy located in the hills of the Flo Community.  This is the place to escape to that you have been looking for.  These 27.51 acres have a lot to offer for the outdoor enthusiast.  There is a great mix of wooded and open land with lots of trails for hiking or riding ATVs.  Several nice locations for you to build a cabin.  Property is fenced on three sides and joins large neighbors all the way around.  Very rolling topography with great views.  Nice pond for fishing or relaxing by waters edge.  Property is accessed by deeded easement road (approximately 1,600' long) that insures privacy here.  Competitively priced to sell!

Additional Information


  • dove
  • hog
  • small game
  • waterfowl
  • whitetail deer


  • atv trails
  • fishing
  • hiking trails
  • hunting

water access

  • pond


  • fencing

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