43.06 Acres of Commercial zoned land in Belton City Limits (5 acres of the property are within City of Temple's ETJ). Property has 2 ponds, 1,850 feet (0.35 mile) of Leon River frontage, 17 acres of crop land, and 12 acres of forest and trees. It is designated as an area of minimal flood hazard (zone X) by FEMA. There are horizon views both across the north and south of Leon River and Nolan Creek valleys. This parcel is under agricultural valuation for county Taxes and recently converted to wildlife status. It has mature oaks, cottonwoods, and juniper trees along the steep bank (of pepper shale formation) to the river below. The artesian spring fed pond is filled from the aquifers and has maintained water even in drought. Property is across the river from "Bend of the River" and in close proximity to I-35. At 518' elevation, the property is above Taylor's Valley and I-35. Great property with a variety of uses and possibilities.
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