PROPERTY DETAILS: LAKE FORK PRIME WATERFRONT PROPERTY!!! Build your dream home on one of the Top Trophy Bass Fishing Lakes in the Nation. The property is tucked away in the upscale Hillside Bay Community and affords privacy at the end of a cul-de-sac. You’ll find multiple potential home sites from the point with stunning 180-degree views on this 57-acre lot. Take a walk down to the lake where you’ll find approximately 1,000 ft of water frontage.
IMPROVEMENTS: The Northern portion of the tract has electricity and a water meter supplied to the property. Structures include a 576 sqft enclosed storage barn, a 1,600 sqft three-bay carport, and an 800 sqft RV metal carport. Partial fencing along the north and east boundary. SRA construction permit required for construction of a boathouse, dock, or pier along the leaseback.
LAND FEATURES: The property is heavily wooded with towering trees consisting of various hardwoods and mature oak trees conducive to abundant wildlife. There are gradual elevation changes of approximately 30 feet. The property has a timber exemption.
HYDROLOGY: SRA leaseback allows the property owner to lease waterfront acreage. This property has approximately 2,211 ft in the permit area and would cost approximately $200.55 annually to lease. For an additional $50 annually, an irrigation permit may be purchased. Approximate SRA leaseback acreage is 12 +/- acres. Property is in the Elm Creek area of Lake Fork.
Lake Fork was impounded in 1980 and reached its normal pool surface elevation of 403.0 feet above mean sea level in 1985. It consists of 27,690 acres between the towns of Quitman, Alba, Emory, and Yantis, Texas. At 315 miles of shoreline, the lake includes a drainage area of 493 square miles and a 12,410 foot dam.
WILDLIFE/FISHING: Established by the Texas Parks and Wildlife in 1979, Lake Fork was designed a premier bass fishing lake with 732,514 Florida Black Bass stocked from 1979 through 1987. Lake Fork offers excellent fish habitat with 80% standing timber left intact, and hydrilla, milfoil, and duckweed being the predominant vegetation. The lake currently holds records for 34 out of the Top 50 and 15 of the top 20 Texas State Record Largemouth Bass. Other species of fish include Catfish, Black and White Crappie, Sunfish, and Bluegill. The predominant food source for the larger fish is Shad, Minnows, and Crawfish. Whitetail deer thrive in the wooded areas surrounding the lake. (source https://www.lakeforktexas.com/information )
LOCATION: Approximately 90 miles from Dallas.
Seller will consider subdividing into two tracts of approximately 27 and 30 acres. See separate listing for information.