235 Acres Row-Crop



Bairdstown and the surrounding area was historically well known as a center for cotton farming, its businesses included a cotton gin, two flour mills, a general store, two blacksmith shops, a cobbler's establishment, and two doctor's offices. Predominately,  Class 2 Houston Black Clay, Class 3 Wilson Silty Loam, and Class 3 Deport Clay soil types. Scattered trees, a creek, several ponds, and multiple sites for a country home or hunting cabin provide flexibility for the new owner. 

The land itself provides an scenic rolling terrain surrounded by similar sized tracts mostly devoted to pasture and recreational usage. Hunting enthusiasts will enjoy a variety of sporting opportunities with good populations of whitetail deer, feral hogs, and dove. Farming lease in-place.

An additional 355 acres of adjoining pasture and recreational land is available at the same asking price (separate owner).



$2,350 per Surveyed Acre

Contact the agent listed below for additional information or to schedule a private showing.


Address: TBD CR 12650, Biardstown, Texas

Directions: From Biardstown, 1/4 mile east on FM 3426, then 1 mile north on CR 12650. Property on east side of county road.


  • 235 Acres
  • 60% Row-Crop / 40% Recreational
  • 355 Acres (Additional Available Land)
  • Class 2 & Class 3 Soil Types
  • Tenant Farming Lease Income




Matthew C. Armstrong, CAI, ALC

Broker / Auctioneer

(903) 905-2999

Interactive Mapping

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