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15.7 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: November 1st, 2022 by John Dean

Raw tract, just waiting for your improvements! Build a home, barn, shop or more. Mostly open pasture that would be great for livestock.

Reasonable restrictions will be put in place to protect against trash, junk, etc.

Located conveniently to Rogers and Temple with footage on CR 115. Just minutes off of highway 39/190. Ag exemption and partial fencing are in place. Will be accessed by a +/-60′ deeded access strip. Acreage is approximate, new survey will be required.

46.92 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: October 18th, 2022 by John Dean

Get away from the city on this awesome 46.917 acre property just southeast of Cameron. This property features thick woods, tall trees, meandering trails and blank canvas to make your own.

Whether you like to hunt, fish, camp or ride horses or ATV’s, this place can do it. If your’e looking for a future place to build a home, shop, barn and more, there’s ample room here and several great building locations. Come explore, enjoy and relax in this serene country setting.

Thick post oaks cover most of the property along with yaupons, elms and cedars. There are a number of unique tress on this property as well, some planted (fruit trees, cypress etc) and some native that you don’t see often anymore. One pond is in place and there are several other sites that may work well for more ponds.

You’ll find truly rolling terrain throughout, with over 70 feet of elevation change from north to south. At its apex, you can see for miles!

A power pole sits at the northeast corner of the property and there is already a 380′ water well in place and ready to use! The property already has a coveted wildlife exemption in place, leading to low taxes. There are several outbuildings and sheds on the property as well.

This property is accessed via CR 244 and has over 2000′ feet of frontage! Located conveniently just shy of a half-mile off of FM 2095. It’s approximately 10 minutes to Cameron, 45 minutes to Bryan and Taylor, and about 1 hour to the Round Rock area.

50 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: September 15th, 2022 by John Dean

Contact Walter Dean at 512-540-1981 for more info!

A very nice 50 acre property in a nice quiet area of Milam County. It is located on well maintained Farm to Market Road 1445. This property is located 10 miles from Cameron and 32 miles from Temple. It is 70 miles from Austin-Round Rock, 50 miles from Taylor and less than 50 miles from Bryan-College Station. This place has good grass with two nice ponds stocked with bass and catfish. It has two barns and cattle working pens. It has good fencing and is ag exempt. There are white tail deer, feral hogs, other native game animals, game birds and waterfowl in the area. There is electricity and rural water on this property. There are excellent home sites with great views. This is a very productive rural property with easy access and lots of peace and quiet. It will make a great weekend retreat or a great place to call home!

$14000 per acre. NO minerals convey

64.31 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: September 15th, 2022 by John Dean

Contact Walter Dean at 512-540-1981 for more info!

This 64.31 acre property is very productive grazing and farm land in Milam County. This property is ag exempt and is about one half pasture and one half farm land. It is fenced and cross fenced and has cattle working pens. There is a wet weather creek and a nice pond.

There are white tail deer, feral hogs, other native game animals, game birds and waterfowl in the area. There is a rural water meter on the property and electricity is available. There are several nice home sites. This property is located in a nice quiet area of Milam County with easy access. This place will make a great get away or a great place to call home.

It is located on County Road 206 off of Hwy 36 eight miles North of Cameron. This property is 28 miles from Temple and 55 miles from Bryan-College Station. It is 50 miles from Austin-Round Rock and 32 miles from Taylor.

$14000 per acre, NO minerals convey

25 acres in Lee County, Texas

Posted on: September 15th, 2022 by John Dean

Contact Walter Dean at 512-540-1981 for more info!

A beautiful 25+/- acre property just outside of Lexington, Texas. It is located on County Road 317, a couple miles off FM 696. It is just 30 miles from Taylor and new Samsung plant via FM 112 and 48 miles from Austin-Round Rock. This property is 68 miles from Temple, 50 miles from Bryan-College Station and very close to the well-known Snows BBQ!

This property is mostly wooded, with beautiful oak trees and other native trees covering a large part of this property. There are open areas near the back that are good pasture. This place is ag exempt and partially fenced. The wooded area offers many places to explore, ride 4 wheelers, ATVs, horses, bird watch or just enjoy the peace and quiet. This property offers excellent hunting opportunities! There are good populations of whitetail deer, feral hogs, other native game animals, game birds and waterfowl in the area as well as many varieties of songbirds. This is a beautiful place in a great location! The wooded area in particular is truly, a blank canvas. This property offers a great opportunity to create that special place you’ve always dreamed of! There are several excellent home sites and electricity is available. This property will be accessed by a 30′ deeded stip that the new buyer will own!

This is a great weekend retreat, hunting property or a great place to call home. A must see, its just waiting for someone to enjoy. $16,500per acre. NO minerals convey. NO commercial water conveys. Acreage is only approximate, survey needed.

83.42 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: July 27th, 2022 by John Dean

This stunning property is where uniqueness meets convenience! This 83.42 acre property is in a great location, on highway 79 and very convenient to the larger towns nearby. Only 1 hour to the Austin/Round Rock, 30 minutes to Bryan/College Station areas and just 45 minutes to the new Samsung site in Taylor. No rough dirt roads to deal with here!

This property features true rolling terrain that is difficult to find not only in Milam county, but in a property this size. The property rises and falls gently through several meandering creek beds. There is over 50′ of elevation change from the front to the rear of the property. The apex in the rear corner of the property offers views of several miles to the northwest and southwest. Thanks to the rolling terrain, there are several excellent homesites to garner and make those views your own. Plenty of room for a shop, barn, or any other improvement you can dream up.

The property is approximately 40% wooded and 60% open. Thick woods make up most of the southern section of the property leading to plentiful wild game, song birds and more. Oaks, cedars, elms and yaupon make up most of the flora on the property. The unique addition are numerous pine trees. There are hundreds on the property ranging from several feet tall to over 50′ in height. The largest pines tower over the property and give views not normally found in this part of Texas.

Thanks to the thick, wooded areas, there is also excellent hunting opportunities for deer, hogs, doves, varmints and more. There are 4 ponds on the property, the largest being about 1.5 acres. This pond offers standing timber for bass fishing and duck hunting and will help to support wildlife or livestock alike. This tract has a coveted wildlife exemption and taxes run about $700/year! Large landowners adjoin this property, making it all more private.

A water meter and power line are on the property. There are several old structures on the property, all of little value.

99.49 acres in Williamson County, Texas

Posted on: July 5th, 2022 by John Dean

Contact Land Agent Walter Dean at (512) 540-1981.

A beautiful ranch in a great location! This property is the REAL DEAL! 99.49 acres at 15901 FM 112, Thrall, Texas in Williamson County. This ranch is just 35 miles from Austin/Round Rock and 16 miles from Taylor and Samsung. It is 53 miles from Temple/Belton, 60 miles from Bryan/College Station and just 13 miles from Lexington and Snows BBQ.

This place is located in a quiet, peaceful area and is easy to get to on well maintained FM 112. Whether you are looking for a permanent home or weekend getaway, a place to commute from or a place to escape the city, this property can meet your needs.

The beautiful, cozy white 2019-built stone home is 1561 square feet with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths and a great kitchen, dining and living area. Enjoy relaxing or entertaining on the shaded patio complete with hot tub. There is an additional storage building in place as well.

This ranch has excellent pastures with improved coastal Bermuda, Bahia and native grasses. This property is ag exempt and is surrounded by good barbed wire and net wire fencing and has steel cattle working and loading pens. It has both open and wooded areas with many scattered large oak and other native trees. There is a large hill with great views and two ponds for livestock, wildlife water and recreation. If you like to ride ATV’s or horses there are numerous trails ready to go.

There is a wet weather creek near the front of the property, lined with beautiful large pecan trees and other native trees. Some of the stately, centuries-old pecan trees measure four foot in diameter and offer lots of cool relaxing shade on hot Texas summer days. This area is a great place for picnics, birdwatching or just relaxing. Whitetail deer and other native game animals and game birds offer excellent hunting opportunities. This ranch is entered through a gated entrance. Water is supplied by a 350 foot deep well with a new filtration system.

This beautiful ranch is a must see! It is just waiting for someone to enjoy it! Truly a place to call home.

224.2 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: May 26th, 2022 by John Dean

Big Elm Creek ranch offers a getaway for the buyer that wants live water, privacy and a great location. At +/-224.20 acres, you’ve got plenty of room to stretch your imagination to make the property work for you.

Big Elm creek traverses over 1-mile of western the edge of the property offering year-round water for fishing, duck hunting, and a great place for all sorts of wildlife to call home. This property offers excellent deer/hog hunting thanks to this creek.

Additionally, there are several sloughs that hold water depending on the time of year. Two ponds are in place, the largest being about 2.5 acres. This pond is well-established and should be enjoyable for fishing, wildlife, or watering livestock for years to come.

The property is about 75% open with good pasture throughout for grazing. The remaining area is wooded and varies from scattered trees to thick woods. Lots of elms dominate those wooded areas with the occasional pecan tree in the creek areas.

Located just 26 miles from Temple, 60 miles from Waco, and about 1 hour from the Round Rock area.

Several good home or building sites along the eastern parts of the property.

The property is ag exempt. Access via two county roads–CR 119 and CR 124. CR 124 dead ends into the property.

Marlow River Ranch: 136.69 acres

Posted on: May 25th, 2022 by John Dean

Remarkable high-fenced river property, unrivaled in the area. For the buyer searching for pristine river frontage, tall trees and meandering trails–this property checks all the boxes.

This 136.69 acre tract is completely high fenced with whitetail and axis deer stocked. Stock more species of animals if you would like for true, year-round hunting. Multiple feeders and hunting locations are ready to utilize.

Approximately 800′ of prime high-bank river frontage along the Little River. This area of the Little River features large rocks weathered for hundreds of years, and surely seen by Native Americans in the centuries past. There is a good access ramp down to the river to walk or get your boat or kayak down. Once you’re on the river, you can go as far as you can dream! Fish, take in the sunset, watch the wildlife that uses the river: This is your paradise to enjoy and it’s not only timeless, but priceless.

This property is 80% wooded with oaks, elms, cedars and mesquites. You can feel a hint of south Texas juxtaposed with giant cottonwoods and elms in the creek areas. There are several creeks that run through the property, adding tons of character. This property has a tremendous amount of terrain changes as you near the river making it feel much larger and more wild. Numerous trails to traverse the property are in place, whether you’re on foot, horseback or ATV.

A new lake has been recently constructed and should be approaching +/-5 acres when full. This pond should be excellent for stocking with fish and enjoying for years to come. One other small pond is in place.

Multiple home sites and areas for a shop, barn, or any other improvements you may desire.

The property is ag exempt. Accessed by CR 229, which is paved. Marlow water runs along the road and one power line crosses the property.

133.59 acres in Robertson County, Texas

Posted on: April 7th, 2022 by John Dean

Phenomenal multi-use property in a peaceful area of Robertson County. This 133.594 acre property offer ample space to stretch your legs and plenty of opportunities to stretch your imagination.

Rolling hills offer glimpses of the property from different vantage points, but you can never quite see the whole place from one spot. Mostly open with scattered hard woods throughout. Many large post oaks dot the open areas and the heavily-wooded areas offer cover for livestock and wildlife alike with numerous deer, hogs, and more calling it home. If you like to hunt and shoot, this place would make a great place to spend your time on.

A nice 1/3 acre pond is in place and ready to fish. It also serves as a great resource for livestock too. There is water well on the property with extensive piping running from the front to the rear of the property for future irrigation and watering needs. The property is fenced for cattle, with several sections being newly built. There is also a set of working pens to help move or tend to cattle as needed.

This property is set up with the cattleman in mind, as its pastures have been cared for and managed to produce the most forage possible for cattle grazing. If cattle aren’t your forte, it would make a great haying pasture as well.

A large hilltop in the middle of the property offers a great future home or building site with a view for miles to the south. Whether it’s a permanent home, weekend place, or you need a workshop, your time here would be well-spent and relaxing with a good southern breeze.

This property has paved road access via Vitera Sand Rd, just southeast of Bremond. The property is currently leased for hunting and cattle. Ag exemption is in place. Some seller-imposed deed restrictions may apply.