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DFW Off Market Land


700 +/1 to 820 Acres w/MUD

"672 contiguous acres and 27+/- acres one mile south, southeast of Josephine, just off E Cook Street. This is a great opportunity in a rapidly growing area, with a total of 700.130 acres. The asking price is $29,775,567, which is $42,500 per acre or less than $1 per foot. The property is located off FM 6 in Hunt County, with Hunt County MUD No. 3 in place by Coats and Rose.

Community ISD Josephine was the #1 Fastest Growing City in Texas last year, and Caddo Mills was #3. An additional 120-acre tract to the south is currently listed at $6.2 million. This tract includes improvements such as 3 homes, an amenity center with a commercial kitchen and 2 apartments, barns, and a covered riding arena. This tract could be added to the MUD for a total of 820 acres.

About Josephine: Established in the 1800s, Josephine was originally a farming community, with cotton being the primary crop. However, over time, the city has grown and diversified its economy. Today, Josephine is a small, rural community with a mix of residential and commercial areas. The city has a relaxed, friendly atmosphere and is known for its strong sense of community.

One of the main attractions in Josephine is Lake Lavon, which is located just a few miles east of the city. The lake is a popular destination for fishing, boating, and swimming.

Overall, Josephine is a charming and peaceful city that offers a great quality of life for its residents. It is in a beautiful area of Texas and offers easy access to a variety of outdoor recreational activities."


Area Overview

For Site Plans  Surveys call or text Dorothy Allan at 469-469-0939


941 Total lots, MUD Complete

Just south of the Texas Instrument is a planned development, with MUD complete and ready for 941 homes consisting of 40’, 50’, 60’ by 120’ ft lots and thirty-seven 70 x 130’ lots. Near US HWY 75. A buffer of commercial property that includes retail, entertainment, and office space. 

Asking $35MM

About Sherman: Located in Grayson County, Texas, As of the 2020 census, the population of Sherman was estimated to be around 40,000 people a strong patriotic community. 


Sherman was established in 1846 and named after General Sidney Sherman, a hero of the Texas Revolution. The city played an important role in the Civil War as a major center for Confederate supplies and as a site of several battles. Today, Sherman is a vibrant city with a diverse economy and a rich history.

The city's economy is diverse, with major industries including healthcare, education, manufacturing, and retail. Sherman is home to several colleges and universities, including Austin College and Grayson College, which contribute to the city's educated workforce.

Sherman is also known for its many parks and recreational facilities, including Herman Baker Park and Pecan Grove West Park. The city is also home to several cultural attractions, such as the Sherman Jazz Museum and the Sherman Community Players, a local theater group.

Overall, Sherman is a growing city with a strong economy, rich history, and plenty of amenities for residents and visitors alike.

Area Overview

For Site Plans  Surveys call or text Dorothy Allan at 469-469-0939

Bois D'arc (Bo-Darc) 
164 (118+46) total acres

Asking $18MM, $109,756 Acre, $2.52/ft

The first reservoir to be built in Texas since the 1970s. It's located one hour and fifteen minutes northeast of Dallas, in an area zoned for 1-5 acre lots, with a one-acre minimum. The property is approximately 40 minutes from Sherman, where a new chip plant is being constructed. It's also close to the new PGA and Toyota facilities. The area features pristine rolling hills and a beautiful drive-up, with no retaining walls and no trees, making it perfect for fishing. The reservoir is primarily intended to meet the region's water needs, but there is also a strong emphasis on recreational activities.


The property is equipped with septic systems, and the parcels have a 6-inch water line. The reservoir is expected to draw not only from Dallas Park Cities and Preston Hollow but also from Oklahoma, Frisco, McKinney, Prosper, PGA, and more. The developer owns over 200 contiguous acres, with the potential to expand to 1400 acres. There is already a long list of interested buyers, including millionaires, billionaires, and well-known celebrities, who are ready to purchase lots once the development has a preliminary plat. The Cedar Creek reservoir, which is the same distance from Dallas, is considered a comparable property.

For Site Plana, Surveys call or text Dorothy Allan at 469-469-0939

Area Overview

For Site Plans  Surveys call or text Dorothy Allan at 469-469-0939

Gunter, TX 75078

200 +/- Acres

Asking $15,000,000, $75,000 Acre $1.72/ft

Available for sale, east of Hwy 289 just south of The Bridges in Gunter, Texas, 200+/- Acres perfect for development purposes. A planned community ready for 946 rooftops, with lot sizes ranging from 40, 50, and 60 feet. The community has completed and submitted a MUD petition to TCEQ, and the approval process is expected to be finalized around April 1st, 2023. The site includes 24. acres of multifamily and build-to-rent housing.

One unique aspect of this MUD is that it is outside of the ETJ and under County jurisdiction, which makes the entitlement approval process smoother. Additionally, the MUD Board of Directors has been assembled, and meetings will commence in the coming months.

Asking $15MM.  This land offers a great opportunity for a developer to build a thriving community in Gunter, Texas.


Gunter is a small town located in the northeastern part of Texas, in Grayson County. With a population of approximately 1,500 people, Gunter is a close-knit community with a rural charm. The town is situated in picturesque countryside, with vast open spaces and rolling hills, which provide a serene and peaceful environment for its residents. The town's economy is driven by agriculture, with crops such as corn, wheat, and cotton being the mainstays. In terms of infrastructure, Gunter has a few local businesses, including a grocery store, a gas station, and a few restaurants, but residents often travel to nearby cities for other necessities. Gunter is known for its excellent public schools, with a high level of academic achievement and extracurricular opportunities for students. Overall, Gunter is a tranquil and tight-knit community that offers a quiet lifestyle in a beautiful natural setting.

For Site Plana, Surveys call or text Dorothy Allan at 469-469-0939

Area Overview

For Site Plans  Surveys call or text Dorothy Allan at 469-469-0939

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