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Secluded 143.98-acre getaway

Posted on: March 24th, 2019 by John Dean

Call Walter, Agent, for more info at 512-540-1981.

Quiet, secluded and private! This unique ranch offers good cattle grazing and great hunting and recreational opportunities. It is bounded on one side by Allen Creek and has a high hill with great views and an almost 70 foot elevation change from the creek bottom. Huge ancient trees line the creek banks, many of them being pecan trees.

Great hunting, with excellent deer in the area, Rio Grande wild turkey, migratory game birds, feral hogs and other native game animals and predators. Various species of ducks are often seen along the creek. This property boasts a .75 acre pond, and has several hunting blinds and feeders in place. Numerous locations for additional ponds. This property would serve well as a weekend getaway, permanent home site, or use as a high fence operation!

This property is ag exempt and has very good fencing. It is currently stocked with cattle and has a great hay pasture as well. There is a custom built camping trailer on the property with electricity, a septic system (designed for a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home) and a 900 foot water well. It has cattle working pens and a small barn. This property includes all mineral (50%) commercial water (100%) owned by the seller. Unlimited possibilities, this beautiful Ranch is just waiting for someone to ENJOY!

Accessed via CR 413 along a deeded roadway for ultimate seclusion and privacy.

10 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: March 2nd, 2019 by John Dean

Nice property with home in the country, but just 30 minutes to the Bryan area!

This property has something for everyone! A quaint, 1,768 square foot, 2-story home sits almost 40' above the gated entrance off of CR 264! With 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, it has room for the entire family. The white-rock exterior home features wrap-around porches, nice patio/deck area, and serene views of scattered post oaks. The interior has been updated and is highlighted by granite counter tops in the kitchen, tile flooring, and tall fireplace! This home was built in 2003 and is very energy efficient. The 3 bedrooms offer ample room, and the master bath has a garden-style tub and walk-in shower. Two bedrooms are downstairs, with the master upstairs. The property is accessed via an electric gate and has an asphalt driveway in place. The concrete back patio area offers a great place to grill or enjoy evenings by the fire. A water well is also in place, along with one storage building.

The remaining acreage composed mostly of post oaks and cedars, with plenty of room for a barn, livestock pens, or for use recreationally for hunting. Plentiful deer and hogs in the area. No restrictions in place, no ag exemption. This tract is also minutes from the famed Sugarloaf Mountain! Great location, just minutes from Gause and Highway 79 and just 1/4 mile off of FM 2095.

35.97 acres in Lee County, Texas

Posted on: February 19th, 2019 by John Dean

Call 512-540-1981 or 512-540-1555 for more info.

Nice property for a home, or use for hunting or cattle!

Property is partially wooded with scattered post oaks, cedars, and patches of thick yaupons. Plentiful game in the area including deer, hogs, turkeys, and varmints. Mostly sandy soil with good coastal planted throughout for excellent grazing. This tract is fenced on two sides. There are several great home sites near the front of the property, and multiple ideal pond locations.

This property has nice rolling terrain with good views of a private 120+ acre lake on the property just to the south from the rear of the property. Power is already in place near the front of the property. Southwest Milam water line runs down CR 415 and ends about 300 yards from the NW corner of the property. Perfect weekend retreat for a cabin, hunting, or riding ATV's and horses. There is an old cabin and barn on the property of little to no value.

Located on E CR 415, which is a PAVED road. Just minutes from HWY 77 N. Located almost equidistant between Bryan/College Station and the Austin area, both being approximately 55 miles away from this property. This tract is ag exempt, leading to low property taxes. Cattle lease is in effect currently. Some minerals may be available.

NOTE: There is an additional 35.97 acres for sale to the west of this tract!

0.37 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: February 18th, 2019 by John Dean

Call Walter at 512-540-1981 for more info.

Must see! Nice 3-bedroom, 2.5 bath home in a great location! From its rustic interior to spacious lot with oak trees, this property has it all. This two-story home features a rock exterior, large windows, a fireplace and large balcony off of the master bedroom. Plenty of room for whole family thanks to a formal dining room and two spacious extra bedrooms. This home as plenty of parking and has a nice backyard area with several porches. A two-car garage leaves room for cars or storage. This property sits at the crest of the hill!

This home has just been RENOVATED! New paint, wood floors, carpet, light fixtures, granite counters in the kitchen, bathroom sinks, and stairs! It even has a brand new fridgidaire stove top, oven, and granite counter tops!

9 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: February 15th, 2019 by John Dean

UNDER CONTRACT! Call Walter Dean for more info: 512-540-1981

Nice 9 acre tract in the Minerva community. Great spot for a future home or to use for livestock. Old barn, fencing, and pond are in place. There are some nice oaks and cedars that dot the property, but mostly open pasture for grazing. Plentiful deer in the area.

Accessed via CR 232, just minutes from HWY 77 N.

34.31 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: February 13th, 2019 by John Dean

Nice property with mineral income!

This 34.305 acres features over 50 ft of elevation change! There are 3 ponds on the property with the largest being approximately 3.5 acres. This lake has islands, a concrete bridge, peninsulas and creek areas that make it great for bass fishing. Bass over 6lbs have been caught! The other two ponds are approximately 1 acre and .10 acres. The 1-acre lake features clear water and a dock to fish on or relax on a summer day. In addition to fishing, this property provides great hunting opportunities with plenty of big, mature deer in the area. There's also feral hogs and predators.

The property is mostly open with a nice mix of scattered trees throughout the entire tract. There are several groups of nice live oaks as well. Good grass for grazing cattle or cutting hay.

A 1,680 square foot, 1998 mobile home is situated in the back of the property that overlooks the lakes. It has 3 bedrooms, and 2 baths and would serve great for a permanent home, guest house, or temporary home while you build. The home has tile and wood flooring, garden tub, nice front and side porches and has plenty of room! To the side of the house, there is an above ground pool and hot tub that has been completely decked in and provides relaxing views. There is a great homesite near the front great that offers a great view of the property. Property is fenced and ag exempt currently. It has southwest milam water and an old hand-dug well that you can irrigate out of. There are several carports that work great for storage or cars, boats or equipment. There's also a small equipment shed with power running to it.

This property has 9 oil wells on it currently. These are actively producing steady income from year to year. Seller owns 100% of the minerals and will convey ALL mineral interest and ALL oil-infrastructure with the sale. The wells have good, gravel road access to each site. The property is not under a mineral lease as the seller manages the wells personally. This gives a rare opportunity to buy a property with passive income for years to come while being able to keep all the income!

2018 taxes were less than $1000!

49.16 acres in Lee County, Texas

Posted on: February 13th, 2019 by John Dean

Call Walter, agent, for more details: 512-540-1981

This beautiful property is quiet, secluded and peaceful, just waiting for someone to enjoy all the things it has to offer.

49.16 acres located on county road 133, just 2.2 miles from Giddings and Hwy. 290. Very easy access to Houston, Austin or College Station.

This ag exempt property is fenced and cross fenced and has good pasture land. There are four ponds, all stocked with fish, two offer excellent bass fishing. Lots of beautiful majestic oaks and large cedar trees.
There is a wet weather creek near the back of the property and excellent habitat for wildlife.

This place offers great hunting, very good deer in the area, with some excellent bucks seen on this property. There are also feral hogs, other native animals, game birds, waterfowl and many species of song birds.

This property also features a rustic but very cozy cabin/home. It is approximately 942 square feet, one bedroom, one bath with a spacious living area and large covered porch. There is another building that is being used as an office but could also serve as a second residence or guest house. It is approximately 360 square feet with a full bath.
This property also has a large steel barn enclosed on 1 1/2 sides. There is also a garage and shop, detached carport and several large sheds.
This property has rural water. It also has a second water meter and septic system near the front of the property that could be utilized for another residence or travel trailer.

This is a great place to hunt, fish and explore of just enjoy the peace and quiet. A beautiful place in the country to spend a weekend or a lifetime.

Seller does not own any minerals. All seller-owned water rights will convey.

9.3 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: February 4th, 2019 by John Dean

Call Walter, agent, for more info: 512-540-1981.

A beautiful, quiet place in the country! This property features a 1 bedroom 1 bath home, a detached carport and garage with a 1 bedroom/1 bath upstairs apartment for guests or income opportunities. Both living areas are set up great for a permanent or weekend stay!
The main home has a beautiful pool surrounded by a deck and fence, with a 20×60 barn and equipment shed. Good pasture for horses and livestock with nice ponds. Great access via Fm 486 S. Just minutes from Throndale. Ag exemption in place. Easy commute to Austin area, and is a great place to relax and enjoy.

0.3 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: February 3rd, 2019 by John Dean

Call Walter at 512-540-1981 for more info!

Nice double lot in Cameron! Great place to build a home and has some great trees on it. Access off of both Fannin and E 22nd st.

0.33 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: February 3rd, 2019 by John Dean

Call Walter at 512-540-1981 for more info! Own a piece of history! Historic building, built in 1936, and was previously the Wied Hardware Store. This building has a coveted Texas historical marker designation. It could be used for any type of business from retail to dining. Great location in the "Dutchtown" area of Cameron, and just across the road from several local-favorites. The building is approximately 3,600 square feet and boasts much of the original time-period materials. From solid wood floors, tin ceiling tiles, and rolling shelf ladders, this property is full of stories from almost a century of business. In the rear is an 840 square foot add-on area that could be used for storage. Road frontage on two sides, and ample public parking spots for customers.

From a Temple Daily Telegram article:
"This old hardware store brags about its old age, boasting a classic, Western street facade with its showy false front, pressed tin ceiling, elongated, rectangular frame structure, and solid wooden decking inside. Today, this architectural, commercial museum piece is implanted firmly in a side of town that once represented a microcosm of an eastern European-style market place patronized most of its life by throngs of Germans and Czechs living in Milam County. "

Historical marker text:
ALBERT J. MATOCHA WAS BORN IN AUSTRIA-HUNGARY IN 1876 AND IMMIGRATED TO TEXAS WITH HIS FAMILY AS A YOUNG BOY; THE FAMILY MADE THEIR HOME IN THE NEARBY COMMUNITY OF BURLINGTON. AS A YOUNG MAN, MATOCHA BEGAN WORKING FOR THE LAW AND SPRINKEL HARDWARE FIRM, AND HE OPENED HIS OWN HARDWARE STORE IN 1898 IN THE AREA OF CAMERON KNOWN AS DUTCHTOWN, IN A BUILDING OWNED BY FRANK MONDRIK. MATOCHAS STORE FLOURISHED, BUT SUFFERED A HARSH SETBACK IN 1920, WHEN A FIRE SEVERELY DAMAGED THE HARDWARE BUILDING. DETERMINED TO CONTINUE OPERATIONS, MATOCHA PROCURED A NEARBY DANCE HALL, AND USED THE STRUCTURE TO REPAIR THE REMAINS OF THE BURNED BUILDING. MATOCHA CONTINUED TO SUCCESSFULLY OPERATE THE STORE UNTIL HIS DEATH IN 1945. IN 1946, ERWIN LEE WIED PURCHASED THE BUSINESS AND INVENTORY, WHILE THE BUILDING REMAINED UNDER THE OWNERSHIP OF THE MONDRIKS UNTIL 2002. WIED CONTINUED TO PROVIDE THE CITIZENS OF CAMERON AND THE SURROUNDING AREA WITH MANY OF THE TOOLS AND SUPPLIES NECESSARY FOR THE SUCCESSFUL OPERATION OF A FARM OR HOUSEHOLD. BECAUSE OF THE STORES LONG EXISTENCE, IT WAS WELL-KNOWN FOR ITS EXTENSIVE INVENTORY. WIED ALSO MANAGED A TIN SHOP BEHIND THE HARDWARE STORE, WHERE EDWARD REYNOLDS CREATED ORNATE TIN WORK THAT CAN STILL BE FOUND THROUGHOUT THE AREA. AFTER WIEDS DEATH IN 1986, FAMILY MEMBERS CONTINUED TO OPERATE THE STORE UNTIL 1990, WHEN THE DECISION WAS MADE TO CLOSE ITS DOORS. THIS RECTANGULAR-PLAN COMMERCIAL BUILDING FEATURES A FALSE FRONT WITH STEPPED PARAPET, HORIZONTAL WOOD SIDING, AND TIN COVERING THE FULL-LENGTH PORCH AND PAIR OF PARALLEL GABLE ROOFS.