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423 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: November 10th, 2022 by John Dean

Astonishing ranch with multi-use potential. At approximately 423 acres, this ranch can do it all. It features rolling terrain, multiple ponds and winding creeks. Whether youre seeking a place to getaway, hunt, or settle downthis is it.

This property has thick woods filled with game from hogs, to deer and varmints. Great areas for stands and blinds as well. Flora is mostly made up of post oaks and elm trees with some areas of mesquite and brush making for ample cover for wildlife. Numerous trails are in place for trucks, ATVs, or horses.

There is plenty of pasture and row crop areas to utilize as well. The property is fenced currently.

There are 5 ponds on the ranch, each great for game and livestock alike. Migratory ducks frequent each pond leading to even more recreational uses. In addition to the ponds, two wet weather creeks (Wolf Branch and Clay Creek) traverse the property as well making a highway for wildlife to utilize and travel.

Ample room to build a home, shop, barn and more. This would make a great place to high fence as well. There are several areas with panoramic, towering views!

Currently used for cattle and hunting operations with some row crop leasing as well in the open areas. Over .7 miles of county road frontage along CR 408. Ag exemption in place leading to lower property taxes.

Property will be restricted lightly against trash, junk, commercial ag farms (pig, chicken etc) as well as mining and quarries.

Yegua Creek Ranch: +/-129 acres, Milam Co.

Posted on: October 18th, 2022 by John Dean

Yegua creek ranch is a stunning property, full of opportunity for its next owner. This property offers multi-use potential, all in a great location. Use for the weekend, build a new home, run cattle or just get away for a while. The options are endless.

At +/-129 acres, the property has ample room to take advantage of from bottom land to hilltop and everywhere in between. It is approximately 60% wooded and 40% open. Tree cover ranges from thick post oaks, elms, water oaks and cedars to stately, giant pecan trees. Good native and some improved pasture throughout for grazing cattle and horses or for hay cutting. The property is currently used for grazing and hunting.

Two ponds ponds are in place and full of fish. When full, the largest pond is nearly 3 acres in size. The smaller pond is roughly 1/8 acre in size. Both ponds serves both livestock and wildlife alike.

Yegua creek forms a portion of the boundary on the north side of the property, meandering some 2000′ long its path. This winding and wild creek offers seasonal enjoyment and its thick cover and water provides for many ducks, hogs, deer, predators and more. This property offers excellent hunting opportunities with an ever growing local deer population in the area. A smaller wet-weather creek also traverses the property from south to north near the pond. There are multiple driving trails on the property for ATV’s and horses alike.

A well-built 40×60′ barn is in place and ready to use for storage, workshop etc. This barn has concrete floors, roll up doors and was plumbed for water and power. Power is at the barn, but not connected. A water well also sits near the barn, but the current condition is unknown. This area near the barn is prime for a building site for a home, cabin or more, with great views into the Yegua bottom, dotted with large pecans. The property has good perimeter fencing, with yegua creek fenced out for cattle. Additional fencing will be needed along the eastern side.

This ranch is in a great location, just south of Rockdale and just 1 mile down CR 314 off of HWY 79. Under 10 minutes to local amenities in Rockdale. Approximately 1 hour from Round Rock area, 35 minutes to Taylor, and about 45 minutes to Bryan/College Station.

Some reasonable property restrictions will apply for trash, junk etc. Ag exemption is in place!

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

26 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: August 4th, 2022 by John Dean

Amazing rolling topography! This +/- 26 acres features rolling hills, great views and convenient access. Located just minutes from Cameron and highway 36. This property is located on FM 2095, which is paved and very easy to access. Mostly improved pasture throughout that’s ready for grazing or hay cutting.

Excellent home sites and ample room for a barn, shop and more. Scattered post oaks throughout and several good pond locations. There is one patch of numerous oaks that will provide cover and shade to not only cattle, but a healthy dee population that is in the area. Water and power should be easily accessible along the FM road. Nice pipe fencing along the road, and good perimeter fencing on three sides with cross fencing in place. Bring your horses or cattle and enjoy the country!

Easy access to Bryan/College Station, Waco, Round Rock and Taylor.

Reasonable deed resctrictions will be placed on the property by seller to prevent trash, junk, mobile homes, etc.

12 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: August 1st, 2022 by John Dean

Call Walter at 512-540-1981.

Welcome to your place in the county! This +/- 12.00 acre tract is just waiting for your improvements. Build a custom home, shop, or barn and enjoy what the country has to offer.

This property is ag exempt leading to lower property taxes. It is mostly open, with some slight rolling topography. Native and improved grasses throughout, so it would be great for cutting hay or running livestock if you choose. This property has net-wire fencing on two sides. Access off of CR 318, just minuted from the amenities of Rockdale. Less than one hour to Austin, Temple or Bryan/College Station. A southwest Milam water supply line runs along CR 318 and there is power nearby as well.

No minerals convey. Property will be deed restricted to protect your investment and the surrounding area for years to come.

25 acres in Burnet County, Texas

Posted on: March 17th, 2022 by Mike Beech

Contact Land Agent Mike Beech at (512) 522-1780. This is a prime opportunity for gorgeous land in high-demand Burnet County. This property is under 1 hour from Austin and Round Rock, and 30 minutes from Lake Buchanan.

The tract is 25 acres of pasture land with clutches of hardwood trees. The West Branch of Clear Creek runs north to south on the west side of the property. The property is mostly, flat, but the southwestern corner rises on the other side of the creek to provide privacy as well as extended views. As part of the Ranches at Prairie Creek community, the property will be a perfect site a for a home, and an agricultural exemption is in place. Property may be subdivided once, in accordance with deed restrictions. Power lines run along the back border, and the 533 feet of highway frontage are fenced with a gate. The property will require septic and a well, and the Trinity Aquifer is accessed at approximately 450-550 feet in this area.

62 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: March 4th, 2022 by John Dean

Taking backup offers! Contact Land Agent Walter Dean for more info at 512-540-1981.

This sixty-two +/- acre property has a lot going for it, quiet and secluded but very accessible. It combines a great potential homesite with very productive pasture and hay land in an area that is rich in wildlife, natural beauty and history. This ranch is just off County Road 432 and is accessed by a deeded private road and a short easement road. It is located in Milam County near the towns of Rockdale, Cameron and Thorndale.

It is less than 40 miles from Austin-Round Rock, under 40 miles from Temple/Belton and about 60 miles from Bryan-College Station. This beautiful place is near Apache Pass Steakhouse/Icehouse in Downtown Rockdale Texas. It is also near the historic Apache Pass San Gabriel River crossing in the area where Spanish missions were established in the mid 18th century. There is a beautiful homesite on a hill that overlooks the property and offers great views of the surrounding countryside for many miles.

This property has electricity and a shallow water well with an iconic Texas windmill.

The rich black soil on this property is very productive and is planted in improved pasture grass for great grazing for livestock and excellent high quality hay production. It is ag exempt and fully fenced except for one small stretch. There are two ponds and cattle working pens on this place.

This property is located in an area that is rich in wildlife. This area has abundant feral hogs, native wildlife, game birds, migratory waterfowl, songbirds and excellent whitetail deer. There is real potential for trophy whitetail deer in this area!

This is a great place just waiting for someone to enjoy!

All seller-owned minerals and commercial water convey with this property. Owner financing maybe available.

Property price: $19,000 per acre

Tract 4: 5.01 acres, CR 322, Rockdale TX

Posted on: February 16th, 2022 by John Dean

Nice place to build your home, just minutes east of Rockdale! Come enjoy the country life!

This 5.010 acre property is located on CR 322, just east of Rockdale. Tract 4 is just a few minute drive to the intersection on HWY 77 & HWY 79. There are plenty of flat and level building sites on the property—build a home, shop, barn or anything else you need to make it your own. It’s fenced on the road side and is ag exempt for low taxes until you build on it. New fencing will be needed on the other sides. Native and improved grasses throughout make it great for a few cattle or horses. The property is mostly open with a few scattered trees along the road.

Power is located close-by. A newly installed southwest Milam water line runs along the road way and a brand new meter will be installed and ready to use—No need to drill an expensive well!

This property has light restrictions to protect your investment for years to come. ie no trash, junk, commercial business, mobile homes, etc. Barndominiums are allowed. Minimum home size is 1800 square feet.

Located in a great spot just 1 hour from the Austin, B/CS, Temple/Belton areas and about 2.5 hours from Houston, Dallas and San Antonio.

More tracts are available adjoining this lot if you’d like more land!

Seller will owner finance this property depending on credit worthiness. Terms and conditions will vary based on credit worthiness of buyer.

Great investment opportunity

Posted on: January 31st, 2022 by John Dean

Perfect for developers or investors. Just minutes from I-35 and Stillhouse Hollow Lake and nature trails. 61.5 acres in rapidly growing Salado Texas. Perfect for single family, multi-family or commercial use. Still under Ag exemption, this property boast mature oak trees, 3 BR 2.5 BA custom ranch style barndo built in 2016, barn, large out building w/ attached 25×50 enclosed shop, arena w/return ally and income producing mobile home. The entire property is fenced and cross fenced. The owner will require a 30 day lease back.
The mobile home can be purchased separately or will be removed after closing. The roping chute can also be purchased separately or will be removed. The big conx and calf shed stays, All panels ,gates, feeders, windmill, little conx, fuel tanks and equipment will be removed. Stove and dishwasher stay. Washer/Dryer and fridge can be purchased separately or will be removed.

342 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: January 29th, 2022 by John Dean

Prime cattle ranch just outside of the Burlington area of north Milam County. This property has rolling hills, plentiful grazing, and several ponds.

this property has historically been used for cattle grazing thanks to its fertile, well drained soils. Two ponds are in place, the largest being nearly 2 acres. This pond would serve well for cattle and livestock, or for catching fish on a summer evening. Though it’s open, there is still plenty of wildlife in the area as well.

Serval hilltop home sites, or places to build cattle pens, barns and more. There are some scattered trees that dot the property, but for the most part, this property is open for grazing. One large power line cuts across the property. Ag exemption is in place leading to lower property taxes.

This property is accessed off of CR 133A, which dead ends into the property. CR 133 A is a short road that comes off of FM 1445 which is paved. Located approximately 1 hour from Waco and College Station and about 1.5 hours from the Round Rock area.