53.16 Acres agricultural-residential in Dawson TX $405,000.
This beautiful large acreage property is comprised of 53 acres only one mile south of the town of Dawson Texas. With beautiful views over Dawson Lake the land boasts 3000 feet of road frontage (quiet dirt road) offering multiple building sites and possibilities. There are three ponds on the property as well as a creek that runs along the back length of the property. The terrain is gentle and rolling with great views and some elevation at one end which would make a fabulous homesite with views over the lake. An abundance of wildlife makes it a great hunting property or build your home and subdivide off some acreage. With plenty of road frontage the possibilities are many.
This property offers a rare combination of recreation, views, privacy, cattle grazing, good hunting, and proximity to major cities.
- 3 ponds on the property
- Creek running length of property
- Lots of road frontage
- Cattle grazing
- Deer hunting
- Hog hunting
- Rolling topography
- hunting,recreational getaway or homesite
- multiple use
Address: SW County Road 4040, Dawson TX 76639
Zoning: Agricultural / residential
APN: 45092 (1 acre) and 45091 (52.16 acres) Two lots being sold as one.
Sewer: will need septic tank
Road: Paved road access (FM 1838) and SW County rd 4040 runs along the length of the property.
Size: 53.16 Acres
Coordinates: 31.8767, -96.7051
DAWSON, TX. Dawson is twenty-one miles southwest of Corsicana and fifty miles south of Dallas in southwestern Navarro County. The town was named for Britton Dawson, a cattle rancher and participant in the battle of San Jacinto, who arrived in the area from Alabama in 1847 searching for grass and water for his animals. He lived in the town until his death in 1903. The community began to grow after 1881, when the St. Louis Southwestern Railway built a narrow-gauge line from Corsicana to Waco. Dawson became a supply and shipping center for local farmers who grew cotton and other crops. A Dawson post office opened in 1882, and in 1883 the community had a lumberyard and a drugstore. Ike Hughes opened a photography studio not long after this but closed it in order to open a saloon. In 1926 the town had four cotton gins, two banks, a bottling works, a telephone exchange, and a cottonseed oil mill (see COTTONSEED INDUSTRY); at that time the community also had three miles of pavement. Dawson reported a population of 500 by 1887 and was incorporated in 1908.
paved road access
at the main road and poles along length of property
- 36 miles to Waco TX (40 minutes) Closest large town.
- 21 miles northwest of Corsicana
- 50 miles south of Dallas
- 1 mile to Town of Dawson
- 137 miles to Austin TX (2 hrs. 15 minutes)
- 10 miles (15 Minutes) to Stevenson AL
Buyer must perform their own due diligence. This land is sold as is and all information provided is to the best of seller’s knowledge. Seller does not guarantee accuracy of property location on maps or descriptions show in listing as well as facts describing the property. Buyer to verify all details of property including property location and boundaries and lot lines, as well as feasibility to use property for buyer’s desired purpose. Many of the pictures provided are not personally taken by the seller and some of the presented pictures represent the general area near/around the property. All utilities related to this property are potentially subject to a connection charge or additional expense to bring them to or onto the property. Furthermore, It is understood and agreed to by the parties involved that selling party, while holding an equitable interest in and to the property, is not presently making, and has not made, any representation to any party that it holds legal title in and to the property. To the fullest extent permitted by law, the Buyer hereby agrees to waive, release and forever discharge Clear Sky LLC, landsalesatcs.com and all its affiliate companies from any claim, be it at law or in equity, that the Buyer, their heirs, transferees, assigns, subrogees, devisees, and agents may allege, arising out of our disclosure(s) of its present interest in and to the property, if any as well as out of any potential and accidental discrepancies in lot lines, pictures or property location to the actual property.