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25 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: March 20th, 2020 by John Dean

This +/- 25 acre tract, just a few miles north of Thorndale is a blank canvas waiting for you. Nice, flat and level ground make up the majority of the tract. It has rich, fertile soil that has been used for farming for many years for corn, milo and cotton. This productive ground can be used for continued farming or turned into pasture for grazing or hay-cutting.

Excellent home site with ample room for pens, barns, shops or anything else you can imagine. A water line and power line are in place across CR 437 and should be easy to tie into. Partial fencing in place. All open, with trees on the northern fence line. Approximately 30 minutes from the I-35 corridor and Austin-area. This property has paved road frontage as well via CR 437. Ag exemption in place leading to very low yearly taxes, no restrictions, and property is currently leased for crops. ALL owned minerals to convey. Acreage is approximate, new survey required. Additional acreage may be available.

25 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: March 20th, 2020 by John Dean

This +/- 25 acre tract, just a few miles north of Thorndale is a blank canvas waiting for you! Nice, flat and level ground make up the majority of the tract. It has rich, fertile soil that has been used for farming for many years for corn, milo and cotton. This productive ground can be used for continued farming or turned into pasture for grazing or hay-cutting.

Excellent home site with ample room for pens, barns, shops or anything else you can imagine. A water line and power line are in place across CR 437 and should be easy to tie into. Some partial fencing in place. Almost all open land, with the exception of a few acres of native pasture and brush in the rear that may be a good potential pond site as well.

Only 30 miles from the I-35 corridor and Austin-area! This property has paved road frontage as well! Ag exemption in place leading to very low yearly taxes, no restrictions, and property is currently leased for crops. ALL owned minerals to convey! Acreage is approximate, new survey required. Additional acreage may be available.

20.00 acres in Bastrop County, Texas

Posted on: March 14th, 2020 by John Dean

Call Will Dean, agent, for more info! 512-430-0449.

This 20 acre property is located ~25 miles South of Bastrop, and approximately 1 hour away from the heart of Austin! With an abundance of cedar and oak trees on the property, this serene tract is perfect for a home or a weekend country getaway. The property has a current Wildlife Exemption and has a feeder that enables you to watch deer and other wildlife from the front porch! The property also includes a 480 square foot, fully enclosed workshop with covered parking attached to 2 sides. Workshop has water and power, and also boasts a work bench and industrial grade shelving. There is also a water well situated in a well house on a concrete slab. Not your average well house, it is complete with an industrial grade water filtration package and hydrogen peroxide system.

The house is located in a 2 acre clearing in the middle of the property accessed by a gated entrance and a private gravel road right off of Peach Creek Rd. The home is 1,248 square foot with room to expand. This Green built home has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, and includes a 2 car garage with remote opener. The house also showcases a large front porch with a secluded country view. The porch is a perfect spot for your morning coffee or to grill with friends in the evenings. With deer, hogs, and turkeys wondering through the property, there are plenty of opportunities to view them from the front porch! The home is fully furnished and has a free-standing wood burning stove with a rock wall and hearth. Home has a fully integrated home entertainment system with surround sound, as well as 2 speakers on the front porch. The living area has vaulted ceilings and there are ceiling fans in every room. Appliances are included as well, including a new washing machine and dryer. There are no restrictions in place.

This property has been tended to with great care over the past 12 years and showcases many improvements, but there is still ample space for recreation or other improvements!

29 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: March 8th, 2020 by John Dean

Nice, diverse tract just outside the Williamson County line! This property would serve well for livestock, recreational or future home uses! Property has rolling terrain that flows into the area with the ponds with scattered mesquites and hardwoods along the fence lines. Two well-established ponds in place, one of which has recently been cleaned out. Use these ponds for cattle, wildlife or fishing for big bass! Two good crop areas are in place and ready to be turned into pasture for hay-cutting or grazing or continue row crop as desired.

Located on CR 437, just 2 miles north of Thorndale, and only 30 miles from the I-35 corridor and Austin-area! This property has paved road frontage, Southwest Milam Water line and power are nearby making it a great spot for your improvements–whether that be a home, shop, barn etc.

Ag exemption in place leading to low taxes, no restrictions, and property is currently leased for crops. Acreage is approximate, survey required. Additional acreage may be available.

11.55 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: March 4th, 2020 by John Dean

Contract pending! Taking backup offers!
Nice ranchette, just minutes southeast of Rockdale. This 11.558 acre property is ready for your dream plans! Water meter and power are in place and ready for a home, shop, or barn. Nice open area in the front of the property would make for good grazing for cattle, hay cutting or a home site. Several small wet-weather creeks traverse the middle and rear of the property. Several good potential pond sites in this creek area. Several trails have already been cut through the woods as well. A nice line of scattered post oaks run along the Northern boundary, and thick hardwoods of elms, cedars, and water oaks run along the creek area leading to tons of wildlife in the area as well. This property is ag exempt (2019 taxes were under $30!), and is completely fenced and cross-fenced with good net-wire fencing. Accessed via Fairview Drive which is a paved road. Property has restrictions to protect your investment from trash, mobile homes, businesses, etc. No HOA or HOA fees are in place.

169.17 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: March 2nd, 2020 by John Dean

Unique ranch just north of Rockdale! This property is 169.17 acres and is accessed via Texas Street. This property offers varied terrain that is useful ranching or recreational uses!

This ranch is currently being used for cattle grazing. Lots of wildlife on the property, making it excellent for hunting and recreational uses. There are three ponds in place, and several areas where more could be built along wet weather creeks. This property has an old railroad right-of-way that runs north and south through the property. This railroad has not been active for many, many decades– but the gravel is still in place, making it a good, level road to access the whole tract from. This may also give a good way to divide the property further if desired. The terrain is gently rolling and varies in vegetation from scattered mesquites to post oak hardwoods. Ag exemption is in place.

Water and power run a long Texas Street. Several old buildings and a home are near the entrance, but have no value. There are two larger power lines that cross the rear of the property.

18.22 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: February 24th, 2020 by John Dean

18.22 acres ready for your improvements!

Located just Southeast of Rockdale on Fairview Drive which is a paved road. Completely fenced with excellent net wire– it’s ready to run cattle, horses or other livestock. This property has several wet-weather creeks that run through the wooded areas in the rear. Several possible pond locations along creeks. Good pasture area up front that would be great for cattle or cutting hay on, or would make for a great spot for a home. Thick woods of oaks, cedars and water oaks make up the majority of the tree cover. There is plentiful wildlife in the area–deer, hogs and occasional turkeys.

Access gate is in place and there’s a nice area near the front that has been cleaned up for parking etc. Ag exemption in place—taxes were only $47 in 2019. Bartlett Electric and southwest Milam Water line run along the road.

Restrictions in place to protect property values in the area such as no junk, no mobile homes, no commercial businesses etc. No HOA or HOA fees in place.

26 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: February 19th, 2020 by John Dean

Contract Pending! Prime property just outside the Williamson County line!

This property is a great opportunity for fertile farm land or future home site. Located on CR 437, just 2 miles north of Thorndale, and only 30 miles from the I-35 corridor, and Austin-area! This property has paved road frontage, Southwest Milam Water line and power are nearby making it a great spot for your improvements–whether that be a home, shop or barn. Property is flat with trees near the access road and old barn.

Most of this tract is currently used for growing corn, milo and cotton with the remaining acreage being used for native pasture for cattle. The row crop area could be used in the future, or planted in grass, if desired, for excellent grazing or hay cutting. Ag exemption in place leading to low taxes, no restrictions, and property is currently leased for crops.

204.80 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: January 31st, 2020 by John Dean

Own a piece of Central Texas history! This 204.805 acre ranch has been in the same family since the 1870’s!

This property offers the ultimate end of the road privacy. County Road 327A dead ends at the front gate. From there, you follow a 1-mile long, private, winding driveway to a house on the hill. This custom home was built in 2002 and offers a great place to call home, use for the weekend, or use as a hunting lodge. With three beds and three baths, there is ample room for the whole family or guests. The home features wood and carpet flooring, large living area and mud room, custom floor plan and a covered carport. Front and rear porches serve as a great place to relax. The home has a metal roof, brick walls, and the exterior ceilings are Hardie board—making this home built to last for the long run. It is very practical and functional in design. Private water well, septic, and power are all in place. A 36×24 concrete-floored shop is also in place, which has a 42×20 lean to on the south side for equipment storage. This shop has plenty of room for tools and storage. A small wooden-frame storage building is also in place. There are several great locations for additional home sites.

This property features awesome elevation changes of over 70 feet throughout the property. The home sits atop a 570′ hill, one of the two highest points on the property. The northern boundary drops to 500′, and the rest of the ranch is rolling somewhere between! The hilltop offers views of 6-8 miles!

The property is the perfect mix of roughly 50% wooded and 50% open. The open areas have native and improved pastures and some 30 head of cattle call it home currently. The ranch has good fencing around the perimeter and has some cross-fencing as well for rotating the herd. A good set of metal working pens are in place too. The wooded areas have tall post oaks, cedars and yaupon, with some small scattered mesquites here and there. The ranch has three ponds, with the largest being about 1/2 acre in size and offers good fishing opportunities. There are several creek areas, one of which has a freshwater spring that runs year-round and has for as long as the family can remember! Several additional locations for potential pond sites. Deer, hogs, ducks, and numerous turkeys frequent the ranch making it great for hunting. Several hunting blinds are in place. With several of the neighboring ranches being large, the hunting pressure in the area is low. This property is well-suited for shooting, hiking, camping, fishing, or riding ATV’s. This ranch offers many different options for future uses, whether that be cattle, permanent home, or use recreationally. The property is very conducive to high-fencing due to it’s unmatched privacy. Half of the southern boundary is already high-fenced by a neighbor.

Minerals and water rights may be available. No current mineral leases! Property is ag exempt. Cattle lease in place. Please make appointment to view!!

49.25 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: January 14th, 2020 by John Dean

This +/-49.25 acre property is a blank canvas and is perfect for a weekend place or a future home! Design and build this property exactly how you like!

This tract has a nice open pasture in the front that would be great for a home or livestock grazing. Lots of mature oaks and cedars, with varying topography. This property has access off of CR 237, and the deep tract dimensions allow for the ultimate privacy for hunting and recreation. Power is conveniently located along the road and there’s also a southwest milam water line there as well.

This tract is great for hunting, or recreational uses and has plentiful deer, hogs, bobcats, wild hogs, and other wildlife. A large wet-weather creek cuts across the middle of the tract and serves as a great spot for a future pond or lake. Several trails have been cleared and the rear is accessible via walking or ATV.

Property is fenced on 3 sides. Acreage can be added or subtracted to fit your budget and needs! Additional tracts may also be available.

Light restrictions to protect your investment and the property is ag exempt! Survey required.