This residential lot 0.17 acre is best suitable for a trailer or mobile home, but can accommodate a small single family home. Septic and well or self contained private utilities will be required due to small lot size. Property has low annual taxes and no POA. Again, near lake for fishing, boating, all water sports. And, located just about 70 miles and an hour north of downtown Dallas Texas. Great investment lot.
GPS Coordinates presented here are based upon the best date we have accumulated, but are not exact. The information is for the purpose of locating your property only. Prior to building a fence or any structure on your land, you should contact a Texas licensed surveyor to mark the exact corners of your property.
Frontier Shores is a “country-setting community” of 1,200 lots, surrounded by Amon Carter Lake in Montague County, Texas. Because Bowie (population 5,500), only 6 miles away, is the unofficial financial and activities center of the county, most everything you’ll need is available. From a WalMart on down, the list is surprisingly long (please see below).
Each lot in Frontier Shores is 60 feet by 120 feet, 1/6th of an acre. THE LAKE WHICH SURROUNDS THE COMMUNITY IS “WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT.” Boat ramps are located just two minutes from any lot in Frontier Shores.
If fishing and watersports, from swimming, to canoeing and rowing, to jet-skiing and parasailing, is your goal, the cheaply priced, “electrified” lots are suitable for camping year-round. Or, park your trailer, mobile home, even build a house. Folks have retired here.
The cost of living in the area is 22% less than the national average, as evidenced by the annual property tax bill of $10 (land only value.)
In the summer, yes it gets hot and humid, with high temperatures in the 90’s. On the other hand, wintertime overnight lows are mostly ABOVE freezing, with days in the 50’s. There’s lots of summer rain for all the greenery. January is the driest month with virtually no snow, so it is a fun treat when it occurs.
Frontier Shores is halfway between the “Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex” and Wichita Falls, in the slightly rolling, rural, northeastern Texas “uplands.” There are farms and woods, yet 3 casinos are an hour’s drive away, just across the Red River, in southern Oklahoma.