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14.69 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: November 30th, 2020 by John Dean

Nice small hunting or home site property just 5.5 miles from Lake Granger! This tract is ready to make it your own. Whether you want to use it for a home, cabin, barn, shop, mobile home or RV, this place can accommodate. NO RESTRICTIONS in place. Property is made up of mostly large mesquites—bringing in tons of deer and hogs. This area is known for its great deer hunting potential and big bucks!

This property is fenced on 5 sides and just needs fencing along one last side. Ag exemption is in place and yearly taxes are LESS THAN $15! Several acres have been recently bull dozed and cleared in the front of the property to use for a home, camp or barn site. A road has been cut towards the rear of the tract to use for getting to your deer stand or for ATV’s. Brand new fencing and pipe entrance on the front of the property. Culvert and driveway re already in place as well! Great paved road access from FM 487, located just 1.4 miles south of Davilla. Power runs through the front of the property and a co-op water line is on the road.

Located about 35 miles from Georgetown, and approximately 25 miles from the I-35 corridor. Broker/owner.

58.63 acres in Williamson County, Texas

Posted on: November 5th, 2020 by John Dean

Call Walter Dean, agent, at 512-540-1981 for more info

A beautiful, quiet place on Brushy Creek! This pristine property is located about 25 miles from Austin, just 7 miles southeast of Hutto, and 11 miles from Round Rock on CR 129 in Williamson County!

This 58.638 acre property has excellent building sites for your dream home with both wooded and open areas to choose from. It has improved coastal Bermuda pastures which are currently being used to produce high quality hay. This is a great ranch for cattle, horses, recreation or just enjoying the outdoors. There are several great locations for a pond or lake. This tract is ag exempt with low yearly taxes.

The wooded areas of the property have beautiful oak, elm and other native tress and is home to many song birds, game birds, and native wildlife as well.

This property features approximately 1700′ of clear, flowing Brushy Creek. This year-round beautiful, tranquil creek is lined with huge, stately elm and pecan trees and offers opportunities for fishing, camping, bird watching or nature walks! This is a beautiful property, just waiting for you to enjoy it!

19.7 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: October 3rd, 2020 by John Dean

Contract pending! Nice wooded tract in the country! If you’re looking for a unique property with a creek, lots of woods and trails–this is it!

This property is approximately 90% wooded. Lots of tall post oaks, water oaks, elms, cedars and persimmons to enjoy. The property has numerous trails cut to allow you to access much of the property, while keeping the wild and natural feel to it. Lots of wildlife frequent the property and several feeders and stands have been set up. The property is fenced on all sides and has an ag exemption. One small pond is in place.

Reese Creek runs through this property which is a seasonal wet-weather creek. Several other small creeks feed in to the creek as well. This creek helps keep wildlife on the property year-round. Milam County does not have any FEMA flood plain maps, but much of this property may lie in a flood plain.

Located on Fairview Dr, just southeast of Rockdale, which is a paved road. This property has a co-op water line running along the road, and power is also just across the road.

Restrictive covenants are in place to protect your investment and keep the area nice of years to come–no junk, mobile homes, etc. Inquire for a full list of restrictions.

5 Acres to Make Your Own!

Posted on: October 1st, 2020 by John Dean

Contact Agent Mike Beech at (512) 522-1780.

Beautiful 5 acre tract, well-maintained with a lot of natural beauty. Perfect for homesites, no HOA. Situated near the charming town of Bertram, the property has a secluded and private feel. Make this tract your own, tons of possibilities!

45 minutes to Austin, 30 minutes to Georgetown, 20 minutes to Lake Buchanan. Burnet County is growing fast, and Bertram is a true gem of the Texas Hill Country.

City power lines run from road and also to adjoining properties.

**Additional 10 Acres Available as Well**

10 Beautiful Acres in Bertram, Texas

Posted on: October 1st, 2020 by John Dean

Contact Agent Mike Beech at (512) 522-1780.

Beautiful 10 acre tract, well-maintained with a lot of natural beauty. Perfect for homesites, no HOA. Situated near the charming town of Bertram, the property has a secluded and private feel. Make this tract your own, tons of possibilities!

45 minutes to Austin, 30 minutes to Georgetown, 20 minutes to Lake Buchanan. Burnet County is growing fast, and Bertram is a true gem of the Texas Hill Country.

City power lines run from road and also to adjoining properties.

**Additional 5 Acres Available as Well**

Live-water getaway: 37.79 acres

Posted on: September 16th, 2020 by John Dean

Awesome property with live-water frontage! This 37.79 acres tract is located just 33 miles from the I-35 corridor.

A custom, 1800 square foot, 3 bed/2 bath rock home sits near the front of the property and overlooks lush hay fields, pond and large trees. This home features a sun room, spacious living area, nice kitchen and 3 bedrooms. Tile floors throughout the home with carpet in the bedrooms. The living area has a double-sided fireplace and tall ceilings. The back porch has a covered outdoor kitchen area, offering relaxing views while you grill. The home has an attached 2-car garage and ample parking in the rear of the home. Great landscaping skirts the home area along with many desirable trees.

A 30×40 shop with extra lean-to storage is also in place. It has spray foam insulation, fans, heater, bathroom, and a unique upgrade! This shop has ample room for working on projects, or storing tools and equipment in it. The lean-to area is great for a boat or camper. The area around the shop has been rocked in providing great access no matter the weather.

The property is very productive and several hundred round bales of hay are cut on it per year with up to four cuttings some years! This coastal bermuda hay field has been well-maintained through the years. Beautiful scattered large oaks, elms and giant pecan trees dot this area as well. A 3/4 acre pond is situated a few hundred yards from the home and offers big bass to catch, wooden dock and year-round enjoyment. This property is also great for hunting with lots of deer and hogs frequenting it.

The rear boundary of the property is bounded by approximately 1800′ of Brushy Creek frontage. This creek offers year-round live water access and is a large creek for the area. A small cabin and bath-house sit along the creek’s edge giving you a great shady spot to spend the weekends or invite guests to. The cabin has power, septic, RV hookups, and an A/C and heat unit. A fire pit is located between the cabin and bathhouse, making it a great place to sit and relax.

This property is accessed via CR 434 Loop which is a paved road. Nice gated entrance and pipe fencing along the road as well.

10.1 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: August 13th, 2020 by John Dean

Nice 10.1 acre tract in the country. This property is ready to be used a a permanent home, weekend place, or investment tract!

A 1999 mobile home is in place that is 2,128 square feet in size. It has 4 beds and 3 baths and will need a little TLC in the interior. The roof was replaced and septic system re-worked in 2016. A water meter from Salem Elm Ridge water supply is in place, along with power and septic. A small outbuilding can be used for storage or a small work-shop. The property has a gravel driveway. From the house you get views of several miles to the south, overlooking the river bottom.

The rear of the property is heavily wooded and has plentiful wildlife in the area! Nice, tall trees surround the home.

Accessed via CR 208 which is a paved road. Partial fencing in place, and is ag exempt currently.

48 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: August 13th, 2020 by John Dean

+/-48 acres with open and wooded areas!

This tract would make the perfect site for a home, barn, or shop. This property is about 40% wooded with mostly elm and post oak trees. Nice open area in the front of the property that could be used for grazing or hay-cutting. Plentiful deer, hogs and other game in the area, making it great for hunting. Fencing is in place on the east and west sides and is currently ag exempt. With additional fencing, it could be a great place for cattle or horses. Several trails are cut to get to the rear of the property.

A concrete slab is in place for a shop or possible home. This slab was here before the current owners, but looks to be in good shape and possibly useful in the future if desired.

Great access off of CR 208 A, with a gate already in place. Located less than one mile off of FM 1600. Power runs to the slab area and co-op water line in the area as well. Approximately 1 hr from the Austin/I-35 area, and only 5 miles from Cameron.

NOTE: Poultry barns to the South are not active, and are all empty. Acreage is only approximate, survey will be required.

117 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: August 13th, 2020 by John Dean

+/- 117 acres, with numerous potential uses. This property is set up to be very multifunctional, whether it be used for a homesite, cattle, hay, or hunting.

A nice open area is situated in the front of the property, covering about 15 acres. This area would are great for a home site, grazing or hay-cutting. Scattered oaks are located along the southern boundary, with some great grass in this area as well.

This tract is approximately 40% wooded with thick elms, post oaks, mesquites, and some live oaks as well. Two small ponds are in place and work well for livestock and wildlife. Numerous trails run through this wooded area, making it great for trail riding with horses or ATVs or getting to your favorite hunting spot. Plentiful deer and hogs frequent the wooded areas and have rarely been pressured over the years.

The rear of the property has a hay field of about 40 acres in size. This area has been cut for hay for many years, and is mostly native grasses. This area could also be grazed as it is currently cross-fenced to be separate form the other acreage. A small wet-weather creek runs through this area and feeds into the wooded area along Bear creek that forms the northern boundary. Bear Creek is a larger wet-weather creek. This rear hayfield area also has some great elevation change, as the back of the property slowly drops some 50′ from a hill top down to Bear creek. A total of 80′ of elevation change occurs between the county road and the creek!

Ag exemption in place. Fencing will be needed along the southern boundary. Access is off of CR 208A, which dead ends in front of the property. A new gate will be needed for access off of the county road. Water line and power are in the area.

NOTE: Poultry barns to the south are inactive and empty. Acreage is only an approximation, new survey will be required.

10.51 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: August 9th, 2020 by John Dean

Rare small tract in the country! This nearly square-shaped tract offers two sides of road frontage, lots of oak trees, and a great blank canvas to make it your own. Whether you want to build a home, shop, or just use as a weekend place to camp, hunt, shoot or ride ATV’s–this may be the place for you!

This 10.51 acre tract is approximately 90% wooded and is home to plenty of wildlife including deer, hogs, turkeys, fox, and smaller game like raccoons and squirrels. There is approximately 1 acre in the center of the tract that has been mulched and the underbrush cleared– you can easily drive a vehicle to this area and park. This is an ideal spot to build a home, or use as a camping or hunting area. A box blind and small deer feeder are in place and ready to use! Tons of large oaks grow here, along with a few blackjack oaks, cedars, elm and yaupon. Multiple trails have been cleared to access the property via ATV or pickup in some areas.

Access is off of Perry Lane, which is a county-maintained gravel road that connects to CR 455 which is paved and ties into FM 486. A driveway and in-set gate are in place. Power is across the road and a water well is likely needed if desired (most wells are approx. 450′ deep in this immediate area.) Several nice homes nearby. This property is about 6.5 miles southeast of Thorndale, and just 24 miles from Hutto and 33 miles from the Round Rock/I-35 area!

Fencing is in place on 2 sides (east and west). The north and south boundaries are marked by t-posts via a surveyor, they just need a few additional posts and wire. No ag exemption in place. Minimal deed restrictions in place–no mobile/trailer homes, site built homes only, min. home square footage, no building within southern-most 150′ of the property that touches Perry Lane. Broker/owner.