Enjoy the dramatic views from this custom built, energy efficient hilltop home nestled in the oaks between Saint Jo and Forestburgin Montague County, TX in the Saint Jo school district. Watch deer, turkey and wild hogs from the hilltop home. Two homes on 50 acres of land with a shop and horse barn. The main home is a custom built 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath with a large utility room, spacious kitchen, and a living room with large windows to overlook the country side. House features foam insulation, faux finishes, granite counter tops, top end appliances and stained concrete floors. Beautiful trim and cabinet work throughout the house. A 2 car attached carport protects your vehicles. A 2 bedroom 1 bath guest house is just a few yards away from the main home, and provides privacy and comfort for your guests or use it as a permanent home for another family member. The12 stall horse barn has large stalls, a wash bay, tack and feed room. A 40×60 work shop with slab and 12′ high walls. Horse walker and small practice arena. Fenced and cross fenced with 6 run in sheds for livestock. 320′ deep Trinity water well with softener system. Concrete driveway and approach to main house. Info deemed to be reliable but buyer’s agent to confirm all info
LOCATION: Lazy E Road, just off of FM 677 between Forestburg and Saint Jo in Montague County, TX. Property is located .8 miles from FM 677 on Lazy E Road. DO NOT ENTER PROPERTY WITHOUT APPOINTMENT.
WATER: All water is furnished from a 320′ Trinity Aquifer water well on the property, with filtration system.
UTILITIES: Cooke County Electric Co-op with 2 separate meters. Aerobic septic system in place. Satellite TV. Progressive Waste trash service. Hughes Net internet service.
MINERALS: No minerals are available. No production on the property.
VEGETATION: Native grasses include grama grasses, bluestems, bermuda. Post oaks with some eastern juniper, hickory, elm, and hackberry.
TERRAIN / TOPOGRAPHY: Elevations runs from 990′ to 1060′. Gently rolling with the houses set at 1040′.
SOILS: Fine sandy loam. (See soil map)
TAXES: Land has a 1-D-1 property tax ag use exemption. The total property taxes for 2017 were $6,473
NEIGHBORS: All neighbors are same size or larger, and the primary use of the area is livestock.
FENCES: The entire property is very well fenced for livestock. Cross fenced into 4 pastures and 3 turn outs.
LEASES: There are no surface leases. Minerals are pooled and leased.
IMPROVEMENTS: 3 16×24 loafing sheds. 3 8×10 loafing sheds. 40x60x12 metal shop building with slab. 12 stall horse barn with tackroom (bathroom inside). Horse walker. 2 bedroom / 1 bathroom guest house built just like the main house.
HOME: 2100 square feet custom home with metal roof and native stone exterior.
stained concrete floors
granite counter tops
Knotty Alder cabinetry.
Faux finished walls
Large utility room
full length porches on front and back
attached two car carport with storage room
completely foam encased for unsurpassed energy efficiency.