Bella Lago 62 Acres on Amon Carter Lake with 1/2 Mile Dockable Lakefront!

Choate Rd, Bowie, TX 76230

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This beautiful 62 Acre lakefront property is Northwest of the Dallas/Fort Worth area and is a prime weekend getaway or retirement location for both cities. The property is located about 5 miles southwest of the historical town of Bowie, Texas with easy access on major paved roads. 62 wooded acres with over 1/2 mile of beautiful water frontage with deep water and boat docks allowed. Whether you want to develop it or just have to build a lakefront retreat fit for a king, this place is amazing. A rare find anywhere. Previously owned by the same family for four generations. City water and power available. 

Lake Amon G. Carter is actually two lakes in one. The original lake was constructed in 1961 and has different habitat than the 500-acre extension constructed in 1985. Habitat in the old lake is characterized by rocky shoreline, main lake points, cattail beds, and some standing timber in the upper end. The new lake is characterized by lots of standing timber and some weed beds along the shoreline. Both parts have rip-rap along their respective dams, providing excellent cover for fish. The 20-foot tunnel that joins the two lakes also provides good cover for some fishes.. The lake is excellent for boating and fishing.One of the biggest bass of the season was recently caught in a North Texas lake. Johnny Spuriell caught the nearly 14-pound largemouth bass from Lake Amon G. Carter. The bass will be entered into the Texas Parks and Wildlife competition for largest fish. Picture attached.

 

 

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