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28.5 acres in Robertson County, Texas

Posted on: June 1st, 2021 by John Dean

Excellent property just outside of the Hammond community. This tract is raw and ready for your dreams to come true. Whether you want to build a home, cabin, shop or bring your RV/camper, this tract can fit your needs.

At approximately 28.5 acres, this property provides ample room for work or play. Plentiful trees throughout with some open pasture as well. Partial fencing. This tract has elms, cedars and oaks and many hardwoods along the creek area in the rear. This creek area is a wet weather creek that offers live water in certain times of the year and help provide cover and water for wildlife or livestock alike. Native and some improved grasses make up the pasture areas.

Paved road access via cooks road. Just over one mile from Highway 6. Convenient access to B/CS, Waco and Temple, each in about 45 minutes.

132.7 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: May 25th, 2021 by John Dean

Multi-use ranch in a great location! This property is 132.70 acres and features the best of all worlds: open pasture for livestock or hay production and thick woods for recreation.

This property is accessed via FM 487, offering good paved frontage. A nice, 2 bed, 2 bath home with office space sits on the front one the property. Feel at home with a large mast bath, ample room in the kitchen and covered back porch area. This home has been updated and ready to be a permanent home or weekend getaway if you choose. Near the home is a metal workshop/garage. It has two roll-up doors and additional stager areas inside and out. The shop is foam insulated to keep you car, boat or tools in their best shape. A set of cattle pens is located behind the shop as well.

The front of the property is mostly open with some scattered trees towards the back of the front field. The rear of the property is heavily wooded and home to a lot of deer, hogs, turkeys and other wildlife. There are plentiful post oaks, elms and cedars in this area, along with several wet weather creeks that traverse the wooded areas. It offers a unique and private spot to make your own. This area is great for hunting, riding ATV’s or horses. There are 3 ponds on the property that would serve well for livestock or fishing. Property is fenced on three sides and has a cross fence in place as well. This ranch is ag exempt, leading to lower taxes.

Sugarfoot Ranch: 93.54 acres, Milam County

Posted on: May 24th, 2021 by John Dean

UNDER CONTRACT! Sugarfoot Ranch offers pristine pastures, scattered post oaks and sevreal great homesites! This 93.54 acre property sits just west of Rockdale on Highway 79. Accessed by an easement, it offers seclusion and privacy while being less than 1/4 of a mile off of the highway. The property has great grazing throughout and has been well managed for cattle. Fencing and cross fencing is in place. Four ponds dot the property and are great for cattle and fishing like. A wet weather creek forms the eastern boundary and natural buffer area from neighboring tracts as well. There is an old homesite on the property, several old barns and a garage remain. Southwest Milam water meter in place and power runs to the old homesite. Ample room for a house or new barn if desired, with several hilltop areas that offer great views. Ag exemption and cattle lease are in place, keeping taxes low.

162 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: May 24th, 2021 by John Dean

CONTRACT PENDING! Phenomenal hunting and recreational property with great paved access.

If you’re looking for a great place for all things recreation—-this +/-162 acres is it! Whether you like plentiful, trophy bucks or fishing and hog hunting–this place can do it all.

Accessed via a paved road in FM 487, this property is in a great location approximately one hour from the Austin area. A large, recently built 40’x60′ shop is in place and ready to store your tools, ATV’s and more inside. It’s foam insulted and a small bunk room and bathroom have already been rough framed, so it’s ready to finish out into a small living or storage area if desired. A water well and power are also in place. Two 60×500′ open sided storage barns are in place as well. These former poultry houses have ample room for storing large equipment, hay or anything else you can’t think of.

The rear of the property is heavily wooded and is home to an abundance of wildlife. This area is comprised of tall post oaks, yaupon, cedars and winged elm trees. It’s not uncommon to see dozens of deer in this area, thanks to it’s prior game management practices and seclusion from pressure. Wild hogs and predators also frequent the property as well. Several meandering trails run through the wooded area and would be great for ATV’s or horseback riding. You can find a secluded +/-1-acre pond in the middle of the property that would be great for fishing and relaxing. It even has a wooden dock on it! There are several very scalded open areas in the woods that make for the perfect hunting or wildlife viewing areas, and would be ideal for a winter and summer food plots.

Several great areas for a home or cabin if you choose. This tract is about 25% open and 75% wooded. A Southwest Milam water line runs along FM 487. Ag exemption is in place, keeping taxes lower.

682.83 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: May 23rd, 2021 by John Dean

Rolling, hilltop ranch just outside of Burlington. Ranches this size are hard to find!

This 682.83 acre property features large rolling hills, great views, meandering creeks and plentiful grazing throughout. The property is about 90% open scattered wooded areas throughout, mainly along the creek and pond areas.

Seven ponds are in place for cattle and there is ample water in the Little Pond creek areas as well, depending on the time of year. The ponds are great for not only cattle, but fishing and hunting as well. Good wooded areas along Little Pond creek create shade for cattle and a home for lots of deer and hogs. The ranch is cross-fenced in several pastures and there is a good set of cattle pens on the northern end of the property for loading or working cattle. Fencing is in place around the perimeter and it’s ready to run cattle on from day one.

This property would also be suitable for recreational uses thanks to varied terrain, creeks and wooded areas. Numerous types of wildlife call it home.

If you’d like to build a home or shop, there are numerous great hilltop locations that would serve well.

Accessed via multiple county roads–CR 133, CR 135 and paved FM 1445 frontage. The plentiful access and road frontage could help with future possibilities for development or further uses. Less than 1/2 mile off of highway 77 and Burlington community.

21.5 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: April 15th, 2021 by John Dean

Under contract! Excellent place to call your own—just minutes from the Rockdale area, but still offers privacy and a place to get away!

This +/- 21.5 acre tract has a nice creek area with lots of oak trees along it’s edges. One large oak tree near the county road as well. This property has several good potential pons building sites.

This property would be great for a home, shop or barn. The property has a gentle climb to it and has good grass throughout for cattle or other livestock. Property is ag exempt and would need fencing on once side. All of the current fencing is excellent high tensile net wire. There is a power line across the road. A water well may be required in this area.

Restrictions ins place to protect your investment-no mobile homes, trash, junk, subdividing, businesses, etc. Boundary lines are approximate, new survey will be required. Acreage may be negotiable.

15 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: March 30th, 2021 by John Dean

Excellent 15 acre tract for building a home or shop on! This tract would also serve well for running cattle, hunting and recreation uses.

Several great potential build sites and able room to make it your own.

Situated on Highway 36, just north of Milano, this tract is in a great location and easy to get to—no long dirt roads needed! There is also additional access to the rear of the tract via a short county/private road.

Property is g exempt with low yearly taxes. It’s approximately 60% wooded and 40% open. Lots of large oaks, elms and cedars throughout the property. Plenty of signs of deer and hogs that call the property home from time to time. There is a dry pond, and looks to be several other areas where a pond could be dug if desired. Nice, gently rolling terrain throughout. With varied topography and a wide variety of flora, this property feels larger when walking it.

New barbed wire fencing around three sides, and a good, older fence on the south side. Power line runs along the rear of the property. No minerals available.

18.08 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: March 19th, 2021 by John Dean

UNDER CONTRACT! Diamond in the rough! Escape the city with this awesome 18.085 acre parcel on CR 342 near Milano. Great privacy and thick woods throughout. This place can be made in to anything you desire: leave the woods and hunt or use for recreation, clear some trails for ATVs or horses, or clear more for an awesome homesite or campsite. This property sits on a large hilltop near the front, and drops towards a creek in the rear.

County road access vis CR 342. Power line runs right along the front of the property. Well needed if desired.

30 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: January 25th, 2021 by John Dean

Nice 30 acre tract. Lots of good hay cutting areas, with scattered oaks and mesquites.

Domestic water conveys. No minerals convert. Restrictions in place to protect your investment.

35 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: January 25th, 2021 by John Dean

Nice 35 acre tract. Lots of good hay cutting areas, with scattered oaks and mesquites. Water line along county road.

Domestic water conveys. No minerals convert. Restrictions in place to protect your investment.