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5.01 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: May 11th, 2022 by John Dean

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

This 5.01 acre property is located on CR 322, just east of Rockdale. Tract 8 is just a few minute drive to the intersection on HWY 77 & HWY 79. Plenty of road frontage along CR 322 and it shares access to a nice +/-1.5 acre pond. This pond is ready to use for livestock, fishing or just relaxing by.

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: just on the other side of CR 322. A newly installed southwest Milam water line runs along the road way and a brand new meter is 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 may owner finance this property depending on credit worthiness. Terms and conditions will vary based on credit worthiness of buyer.

5.01 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: May 10th, 2022 by John Dean

Come enjoy the country life in a convenient spot, not too far from town!

Tract 5 is just a few minute drive to the intersection on HWY 77 & HWY 79 and is located on CR 322, just east of Rockdale. . 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 is in place—No need to drill an expensive well!

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.

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.

Seller may owner finance this property depending on credit worthiness. Terms and conditions will vary based on credit worthiness of buyer. More acreage may be available.

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. Additional grazing rights on a neighboring property may also be available. The property is currently leased for hunting and cattle. Ag exemption is in place. Some seller-imposed deed restrictions may apply.

7.5 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: March 31st, 2022 by John Dean

Giant hilltop tract just waiting for a home!

This property is truly unique for its size. It features hilltop views overlooking a large lake and pond to the northeast—just perfect for a back porch view to wake up to. This hilltop area towers some 45 feet over the most norther section of the property! This hilltop area also offers some phenomenal large live oak trees that will remain green year round. There are also some large post oaks as well to build your home around. This property is peaceful and doesn’t need any clearing or hard work from day one.

This property is ag exempt currently. New fencing will be needed around 3 sides of the property. A southwest Milam Water line runs along the road, and power is right near the corner of the property. A new driveway off of FM 1600 would be needed.

Great and easy access off of FM 1600 which is a paved road. This property is in a good location just north of Rockdale and is very convenient to get to Taylor, Round Rock area, Bryan/College Station and Temple/Belton.

Property to have some restrictions in place for trash, junk, no mobile homes etc. Additional acreage may be available.

9.25 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: March 31st, 2022 by John Dean

Privacy and rolling topography are the staples of this property.

Tucked away in the rear corner of the property is a nice mobile home that sits on a large hill towering some 40 feet over the most northern part of the property! you can also enjoy some views back to the east of several miles from this vantage point. This home can be used as a full time home, weekend getaway, or a temporary home while you build your dream home. It has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and a nice deck area with pool and hot tub in place. There is also a small storage shed for keeping your tools or equipment dry.

Scattered throughout the property are numerous large trees, including several giant pecan trees and a truly behemoth live oak tree that is likely several hundred years old or more. It’s trunk is massive and trees like this are just plain hard to find.

Fencing will be needed on a few sides of the property, but the south and east sides are fenced currently. Ag exemption is in place.

There is a nice pond in pace with a permanent dock. This is a great fishing spot with plenty of bass and bluegill calling it home. Fish on the dock or use it to jump off of on a hot summer evening.

This property has a gravel access road coming off of FM 1600 and has an automatic gate in place. FM 1600 offers great paved access for you and your guests–no rough county roads to drive down! This property is in a good location just north of Rockdale and is very convenient to get to Taylor, Round Rock area, Bryan/College Station and Temple/Belton.

Property to have some restrictions in place for trash, junk, no future mobile homes etc. Additional acreage may be available.

47 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: March 30th, 2022 by John Dean

Looking to get away from the city? This property defines privacy. This +/- 47 acre property on CR 328, just south of Milano, offers a blank canvas to mold into your dream. This property has a narrow access point off of CR 328 that leads to the larger section of land in the rear. The rear portion of the property offers thick woods comprised of oaks, cedars, yaupons, and native grasses that you can make your own. Along with thick woods, you get some great openings and a good portion of Sugar Mill Branch creek. This creek flows with water most of the year and leads to a lot of wildlife calling it home as a result. This creek may also be a great spot to build a future pond or lake.

Whether you want to use the place recreationally or your’e wanting to build a home, barn, shop or more this place can accommodate. The privacy on this property is hard to beat.

This property is ag exempt. Fencing is in place along the south side and portions of the western side as well; new fences will be needed on remaining areas, and seller may be willing to share cost. There is a co-op water line on CR 328, or you can drill a private water well if desired.

Some light restrictions will be in place on trash, junk, subdividing, etc. Acreage is approximate, new survey will be needed to determine exact size.

11 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: March 29th, 2022 by John Dean

Come experience what the country life has to offer. This +/- 11 acre property on CR 328, just south of Milano, offers a blank canvas to mold into your dream. A well established gravel driveway greets you on the county road and leads to the larger section of land. The rear portion of the property offers thick woods comprised of oaks, cedars, yaupons, and native grasses that you can make your own. There are plenty of deer and game in the area, and it’s been managed for hunting for many years by the previous owner.

Whether you want to use the place recreationally or you’re wanting to build a home, this place can accommodate.

This property is ag exempt. New fencing will be required on all but the western side. There is a co-op water line on CR 328, or you can drill a private water well if desired.

Some light restrictions will be in place on trash, junk, subdividing, etc. Acreage is approximate, new survey will be needed to determine exact size.

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

13.13 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: February 14th, 2022 by John Dean

Blank canvas off of the beaten path! Build a home, shop or other improvement or use for cattle, hunting or a weekend recreational place.

This 13.134 acre tract is ready to go for your needs! A small wet-weather creek cuts through the front of the property and brings in tons of deer, hogs, bobcats and more. This would make a great spot for a possible pond in the futures well! This property is quiet, private and peaceful! Great spot to hunt deer or hogs, shoot guns, ride ATV’s or horses– a true recreational dream place. Nice mix of open and wooded area. Thick post oaks, water oaks and cedars in the front and rear of the tract. This tract has nice rolling terrain throughout. There are several great home sites and building sites including several scattered posts oaks in the front and middle of the property. A larger wet-weather creek traverses the rear corner of the property as well and is a unique and pristine spot for hunting or bringing in wildlife!

The property is ag exempt with fencing on two sides. A Bartlett electric power line runs across the property along the rear boundary. A water well is needed–luckily the water table is not too deep–most wells in the area look to be in the 150-200 ft deep range per TCEQ records.

Access off of CR 328. This property is approximately 4 miles off of HWY 36 and 7 miles off of HWY 79. Located about 1 hour from College Station and 1 hour and 15 minutes from the Round Rock area.

Restrictions in place against trash, junk, chicken/pig farms, commercial cell towers/wind turbines, etc to keep the area nice for years to come.

Broker/owner. Buyer should independently verify any items of special interest–utilities, water wells, etc.