Centrally located this +/- 9 acre tract is a hidden gem nestled just minutes away from the heart of Bryan/College Station. This heavily wooded property is located near the Brazos Valley Expo Center between Hwy 47 and FM 2818. On the property you will find a 1,659 sf., 3 bed/2 bath home creating a great opportunity to have a nice secluded home site with all the conveniences of town. Aside from the residential potential, this land also presents a fantastic investment opportunity with all the new development and growth surrounding the property. So, whether you’re looking to indulge in a peaceful lifestyle or make a savvy investment, don’t miss out on this extraordinary wooded paradise.
Rare opportunity to own a Robertson County tract with optimal proximity to Bryan/College Station, Camp Creek Lake & Texas A&M University. If you are looking for a nice tract of land with all utilities and multiple home site locations, look no further because this tract checks all the boxes. With excellent proximity to Aggieland this property sits on FM 1940 with approximately 1,000 ft. of paved road frontage.
The property situated in the Southeastern quadrant of Robertson County. Located on FM 2446, the land offers approximately 1,000 feet of FM Road frontage providing easy access. The property is approximately 30 minutes from Bryan/College Station, 15 minutes from Franklin and 5 minutes from Camp Creek Lake. Houston can be reached in 90 minutes and Dallas can be reached in 2 hours.
LAND & TERRAIN:
The land is approximately 50% wooded with rolling topography, and plenty of future build site locations.
WILDLIFE & HUNTING
The land offers awesome habitat and resources for wildlife and is home to numerous species including whitetail deer, feral hogs, dove and waterfowl.
UTILITIES & IMPROVEMENTS
All utilities are in place including power, water, and septic system.
-waterline along FM roads
-One mobile home approximately 2,100 SF
TAXES & AG EXEMPT
The ranch is Ag Exempt and is currently used for cattle/grazing.
This +/-242 acre tract has it all! With mature hardwood forest, numerous pastures and plenty of paved county road frontage, this Cherokee County farm is the perfect multi-use property with endless opportunity. Located 25 miles southeast of Tyler, TX and just 15 miles east of Jacksonville TX, this property combines privacy and seclusion all while being within a short distance to local amenities. The property is located on County Road-4606 which splits the property offering double the frontage providing numerous access points to the land. The western portion offers approximately 3400 feet of paved frontage while the eastern portion offers over 2,000 feet of paved frontage. The ranch has a good system of roads and interior trails to get around the property. With over a mile of paved road frontage, this tract offers great access and is minutes from local amenities of Jacksonville, TX. There are power lines that run along CR-4606 and are located on the eastern side of the County Road. This tract is predominantly wooded with a healthy blend of pine & old-growth hardwoods providing excellent cover for wildlife and deer. The property offers over 20 + acres of native pastureland which is located towards northern boundary of the property. The terrain provides over 60 feet of elevation change with he highest point being ~370 feet above sea level and a low of ~310 feet above sea level. Water features included 3 stock tanks with two of the tanks located by the pastures. Whether you’re looking for excellent hunting/recreational tract, a place for your cattle, or a future homesite, this place has you covered!
+/- 53 acres of fertile farmland located minutes from Bryan/College Station. This tract is located on the north side of Sandy Point Rd. featuring Weswood silt sandy loam soil. The property has a water well in place capable of irrigating up to 150 rows at a time. Underground irrigation runs the length of the property with 3 riser heads. With fertile soil and irrigation in place this property makes for a great investment.
Rare find! 35.87 acre tract in south Brazos County off Hwy 6 just 15 minutes from Texas A&M University. This unrestricted tract offers many possibilities including a weekend getaway, permanent home site, or even a commercial business location. With Hwy 6 frontage the property is easily accessible and lends itself to many uses. The rectangular shaped land includes a nice stock tank, rolling topography, 6″ Wellborn Water line near the front, and 18″ along the TXDOT right of way. Heavily wooded with large Post Oaks create the beginnings of what could be a real show place. Additional acreage is also available.
Prime development tract fronting two roads in central Brazos County. Sitting on one of the highest points in Brazos County this +/-50 acre tract offers 1850 ft. of frontage on Elmo Weedon Rd. and 1220 ft. of frontage on Dyess Rd. There is a 12 in. Wickson Water line along Elmo Weedon Rd. and power along both Elmo Weedon and Dyess Rd. This rectangular property is perimeter fenced, ag. exempt, no floodplain, and offers sloped topography with great views of the surrounding area. Located only 4 miles from Hwy 6 this is a great opportunity as an investment or for a future home site. Tracts like this don’t hit the market very often!
Affordable hunting land centrally located between Dallas and Houston and only a few miles from Lake Limestone. This 170 acre tract of land features nice rolling topography with an all-weather creek, perimeter fencing, and over 1,600 ft of paved FM road frontage. Heavily wooded with tons of game trails this place makes for a great hunting and recreation tract. The cleared trails create easy access through the land. Multiple senderos are in place making this tract ready for deer season.
Unique opportunity to own +/-249 acres of highly productive farmland with miles of FM road frontage. The property is located in Milam County and is approximately 7 miles northwest of Cameron and roughly 25 miles east of Interstate-35 Temple. With nearly 2 miles of FM Road Frontage, this tract could be easily be subdivided making for a great investment property. The farm consist of approximately +/-170 acres of fertile cropland and approximately +/- 80 acres of improved pastures for livestock. The terrain consist of gently rolling hills offering some beautiful views. There are 3 nice stock tanks and one creek that traverses through the property. There is a 6″ waterline and power along FM 485 and a 3″ waterline along FM 2269.
There are 3 stock tanks & one creek that traverses through the property.
There is a waterline along FM 485 (6″ line) and FM 2269 (3″ line) and power along FM 485. North Milam Water Supply is the water provider.
There are two old barns on the property.
The farmland attracts a fair amount of dove, but if planted for that purpose would attract even a higher number of dove. There are some small wooded areas along some of the fence lines providing cover for wildlife. During the winter months the tanks are filled with migrating Waterfowl. Wildlife includes whitetail deer, dove and waterfowl.
VEGETATION & CROPS
+/-170 acres is being cultivated for dry cropland, primarily corn.
SOILS & DRAINAGE
The farmland has a mostly class 2 Houston Black clay, very suitable for farming. There are also numerous drainages/water ways throughout the property.
$1997.55 (Ag Exempt)
103 +/- Acres in Leon County
103 (+/-) acres of prime hunting land located in east central Texas. Approximately 1.5 hours from Dallas and Houston. Approximately 1 hour from College Station. The property is located in Leon County situated between Buffalo and Centerville and has 1,500 feet of paved FM 831 frontage.
The front 35 acre section offers a great mix of scattered trees, stock tanks and open pastures making for an ideal future home site location. Drive the fence line down the path that leads to the heavily wooded 68 acres and youll find a hunters paradise that offers great topography and a live creek. The owner has maintained this property with easy access in mind. The entrance to the back 68 acres offers two separate gates on both sides of a concrete spillway, so getting to the back of the property will never be a problem. With recently done perimeter fencing you’ll have no problem walking the entire property. For someone who wants to both live and play on their own property this land is laid out perfectly.
The property is predominantly wooded with numerous oak species including Post Oak, Water Oak and Overcup Oak. The land offers rolling topography with multiple hilltops and creek-beds making for perfect wildlife habitat.
The property offers numerous wildlife including Whitetail Deer, Feral-Hogs, Dove, Turkey and other non-game species. There are numerous game & trails throughout the property. The land provides great locations for archery stands and box blind.
There are 2 stocked tanks and an all weather creek that runs through the property.
There is a three stall livestock barn.
Electricity and water in place on-site.
Perimeter fencing was recently done along with some of the cross-fencing. Gated entrance.
Currently Ag Exempt. There are no known pipelines running through the property.
Great opportunity to purchase 15.91 acres located just 30 minutes from B/CS. Positioned in the most western portion of Madison County bordering Brazos County, this property has much to offer for anyone looking for an ideal weekend retreat or future home site. This tract features improved pastures, rolling topography, and 722 ft. of road frontage on David Ln. Centrally located with close proximity to Bryan/College Station, Hilltop Lakes, and Camp Creek this property is ready for a new owner to enjoy.