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38.11 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: November 5th, 2018 by John Dean

If you enjoy privacy, this is your property! End of the road seclusion in a great area full of game.

This property has many recent improvements to make it ready for a new home, cabin or camper. Several great home sites. Clearing and new barbed-wire fencing has been installed on 3 sides, and power has recently been installed. The property has two new ponds that offer water for livestock and wildlife alike. Lots of brush clearing and shredding has been done as well. There is an old hand-dug well on the property, condition unknown. Large post oaks make up the majority of the trees with scattered persimmons, yaupon, and cedars providing ample cover. The property is currently ag exempt and cattle are grazing it.

The property is very accessible via a truck or ATV and you can drive the entire perimeter. The property is about 40% wooded and has plentiful deer and hogs. Several feeders have been implemented to concentrate more game on the property.

This tract is accessed through a perpetual deeded easement off of CR 374 that is in good condition, even when wet. This offer great seclusion off of the public road, and has some great neighbors. Convenient to College Station, Temple and Austin.

57.31 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: October 29th, 2018 by John Dean

This property is set up perfectly for the weekend getaway. A nice, 700 sq ft cabin is int he process of being completed on the interior. When it is complete, it will feature two bedrooms, one bath, with a nice kitchen and living area. This will also have hookups for a washer and dryer and air conditioning. No more roughing it! Finishing touches to include granite counter tops, recessed lighting and the list goes on. Exterior will also be skirted and painted. With the small home being in place, co-op water, septic and power are also all in place. Approximately 3/4 acre is fenced in around the home.

This property has unique topography and offers a gentle roll. There is also a hill on the southern end that is 60 feet higher than the back corner of the property! Lots of large post oaks, cedars and elm trees dot the southern portion of the property, with primarily mesquites covering the north end. This entire property looks great for hunting and recreation.

This property borders some large tracts of woods, which leads to great hunting opportunities. Numerous deer, hogs and predators frequent the property thanks to a feeder that is operated year-round. Several water sources are in place and help to bring in more wildlife thanks to two ponds that total about 1.5 acres when at full capacity. These ponds did not go dry even during the drought.

Taxes are kept to a minimum due to the current wildlife exemption that is in place. If youd like to run livestock, new or good fencing on all four sides will contain cattle.

Additional improvements include an older 3-side barn, that is used for equipment storage. There is also a
one-trip high cube 40' shipping container that can house a tractor, golf cart, tools, feed, etc. Some equipment may be available for sale at an additional price for a true turn-key package!

Any minerals owned by the seller will convey. Water rights are not leased and will convey as well!

99.42 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: October 26th, 2018 by John Dean

Great 99.42 acre property, ready to hunt or farm on!

This property is approximately 35% wooded in the heart of some of the best deer hunting areas in the county. Large surrounding tracts primarily used for row crop and grazing allow for deer to be protected. This area is also great due to its fertile black soil. The remaining acreage is open, but most of the boundary ares are wooded, providing a great buffer from the neighboring tracts. Besides deer, there is plentiful hogs, This property would serve well to graze cattle on oats and hay-grazer, or utilize to plant large food plots for wildlife. The wooded areas towards the front of the property are thick and serve as a barrier from the road.

This property is currently used hunting, grazing, hay, and some row crop uses, and is currently AG EXEMPT.

Improvements on the property include an all-weather access road made of caliche, new boundary fencing in areas, and several new fenced-in pen areas that would work well for cattle, pigs, horses, or goats. A 50×100 foot barn was recently built in 2016. This barn has a concrete slab and could be used for storage of equipment, and a portion is rough-plumbed and ready to be utilized as a barndominium if desired. The options are endless. It has 3 large roll up doors, 2 access doors, and there is extra material to add a lean-to on the side for equipment. Power has been run to the property, and there is a water well that is ready to use. There's an old cistern as well. A concrete pad was recently installed for silos, and 3 silos may be available to convey with the sale. A new pond is in place, and was stocked with channel catfish–this also provides water for livestock and wildlife alike.

The property has great access in FM 48, and is about an hour from the Austin and College Station areas, while also less than 45 minutes from Temple.

8.92 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: October 15th, 2018 by John Dean

Call Walter Dean, Agent, at 512-540-1981.

Very nice rural property on CR 340 about 1.7 miles south of Milano off of highway 36/190.

8.21 acres of improved pasture and excellent fences. This property has two homes, one needing extensive repairs.

There is a 30x50ft barn/shop. This structure has a partial second story floor and many possible uses as a barndomnium type home, or shop.

One acre of the property is taxed a rural homestead, with the remaining 7.921 acres being ag exempt. No minerals convey.

10 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: October 9th, 2018 by John Dean

Small tracts great for building a home or for recreational use. Very thick woods on the property, lots of oak trees as well. Very good hunting in the area for deer, hogs, and doves. Paved access off of county road 306. Secluded and quiet area, but only minutes from the amenities that Rockdale has to offer. Electric easement near county road.

Acreages are approximate, survey will determine actual size. Price will be adjusted by acreage at $6500 per acre.

10 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: October 9th, 2018 by John Dean

Small tracts great for building a home or for recreational use. Very thick woods on the property, lots of oak trees as well. Very good hunting in the area for deer, hogs, and doves. Paved access off of county road 306. Secluded and quiet area, but only minutes from the amenities that Rockdale has to offer. Electric easement near county road.

Acreages are approximate, survey will determine actual size. Price will be adjusted by acreage at $6500 per acre.

18.22 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: October 9th, 2018 by John Dean

Deed restricted acreage that would make a great homesite. This property is currently Ag exempt. Access to water via easement on the county road, water meter box already in place. Power lines run along the front boundary as well. This property is minutes from Rockdale, but also offers a quiet and secluded lifestyle.

18.77 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: October 9th, 2018 by John Dean

Deed restricted acreage that would make a great homesite. This property has a small pond on it at the front of the property, with scattered oaks and cedar trees. This property has great net-wire fencing, with pipe braces. This property is currently ag exempt. Access to water and electricity via easements at the front of the property.

30 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: October 9th, 2018 by John Dean

Nice 30 acre tract. Lots of good hay cutting areas, with scattered oaks and mesquites.

Domestic water conveys. No minerals convert. Restrictions in place to protect your investment.

35 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: October 9th, 2018 by John Dean

Nice 35 acre tract. Lots of good hay cutting areas, with scattered oaks and mesquites. Water line along county road.

Domestic water conveys. No minerals convert. Restrictions in place to protect your investment.