5 Unrestricted Land Tracts From 3.5 Acres to 26 Acres Keeps Your Options Open

5 Unrestricted Land Tracts From 3.5 Acres to 26 Acres Keeps Your Options Open
  • PublishedSeptember 27, 2023


 

If you’re thinking of building a new home, buying a modular or manufactured home, or want to live in an R.V. until you decide, finding land without restrictions keeps your options open. Like these tracts from 3.5 acres to 26 acres in and around Hopkins County.
 

1. *TWO 13-ACRE TRACTS ON COUNTY ROAD 1166, SOUTH OF SULPHUR SPRIGS, TEXAS* Located within minutes of town, you’ll find this grassy meadow between Sulphur Springs, Emory, and Miller Grove with lots of county road frontage. Need some acreage to build your new house? This 13-acre tract might be the one you’ve been looking for. Imagine your dream home surrounded by a quiet country setting with room to also build a workshop and create your own private oasis. With AG-Exemption already in place, your animals or livestock will have established Bermuda grass. Or grow your own hay to keep or sell. Lot #1 adjoins this lot for more acreage. Convenient and easy access to town makes this a prime spot as a homestead!

 
Call or text Janet Martin for more info, 903-243-0184.

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2. *3.5 ACRES ON COUNTY ROAD 4778, SOUTH OF WINNSBORO, TEXAS* Hard to find smaller tract on 3.5 acres! Enjoy this quaint small town with big heart that provides lots of local fun such as a Saturday Farmer’s market, art festivals, parades, chic clothing boutiques, a coffee house, and so much more. Between the newly built high school to the sought after restaurants where folks drive for miles to eat, this community offers you a variety of benefits wrapped up in a rural hometown feel. Located between the rolling hills of Winnsboro and Quitman, sits this acreage for you to build your dream home. There are trees located on the east and west property lines for shade. Established Bermuda and Coastal are already in place for livestock, situated on sandy loam soil. This could be the land you’ve been looking for!
 
Call or text Janet Martin for more info, 903-243-0184.

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3. *26 ACRES ON HWY 11, EAST OF COMO, TEXAS* A conveniently located approx. 26 acre tract with highway frontage to be surveyed from larger tract and only 13 miles east of Sulphur Springs! With 25 acres of pasture, 2 ponds, seasonal creek, big beautiful Oak and Pecan trees. Property has improved pasture with established Coastal and Common Bermuda and native grasses. Enjoy the lower taxes of southeastern Hopkins County near Pickton. Pick a spot to build your new home or put a tiny home, mobile home, or R.V. Property is located in the award winning Como-Pickton school district. Far enough away from the hustle and bustle, but still close to city amenities in either Winnsboro or Sulphur Springs, only 90 miles from Dallas or Texarkana. 
 
For more info, call or text Tom Hendricks, 903-438-6925.

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4. *15 ACRES ON HWY 19, SOUTH OF SULPHUR SPRINGS, TEXAS* Easy access to the Interstate and city amenities! Take a look at this 15-acre property that is AG-Exempt and located less than half a mile from the intersection of HWY 19 & Wildcat Way (HWY 11). Currently being used to graze cattle, there is one pond, a creek, some trees, and barbed-wire fencing. The acreage is zoned Light Commercial, giving it many options for future use, and is situated between two church tracts. You’ll find this property is not far from many businesses, sitting approximately 1 mile south of Interstate 30. Lots of possibilities await for this to be used for development, commercial investment, use for cattle or horses, or turn into a single-family residence on acreage!
 
Call or text Janet Martin for more info, 903-243-0184.

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5. *4.78 ACRES ON COUNTRY ROAD 2402, EAST OF PICKTON, TEXAS* Bring your house plans to this nice and level 4.78 acres with utilities available (per Cornersville). Surrounded by rural acreage tracts, this spot gives you scenic country views and enough acreage to add your new home. Just under 5 acres, you also have room to build a workshop and have animals. And having no restrictions gives you options for a home. Electric lines are on property but buyer will need to verify utilities. This tract is in the desirable sandy soil. All this in the award-winning Como-Pickton school district. So many possibilities for your future homesite!
 
Call or text Janet Martin for more info, 903-243-0184.

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Written By
Chloe Kopal

Chloe Kopal was born and raised in Sulphur Springs, Texas. She attended Sulphur Springs High School for 4 years and graduated in 2021. She was also a line member for the Blue Blazes Drill Team for 3 years. Chloe is the Digital Content Creator for Front Porch News. Her love for our community shows through her work. She is very passionate about photography and has been ever since the first time she picked up a camera many years ago.