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9 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: February 15th, 2019 by John Dean

UNDER CONTRACT! Call Walter Dean for more info: 512-540-1981

Nice 9 acre tract in the Minerva community. Great spot for a future home or to use for livestock. Old barn, fencing, and pond are in place. There are some nice oaks and cedars that dot the property, but mostly open pasture for grazing. Plentiful deer in the area.

Accessed via CR 232, just minutes from HWY 77 N.

0.3 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: February 3rd, 2019 by John Dean

Call Walter at 512-540-1981 for more info!

Nice double lot in Cameron! Great place to build a home and has some great trees on it. Access off of both Fannin and E 22nd st.

35.97 acres with hill top lake views

Posted on: January 25th, 2019 by John Dean

Call 512-540-1981 or 512-540-1555 for more info.

Phenomenal recreational property with unmatched views.

This property checks all the boxes for the discerning buyer. Property is partially wooded with scattered post oaks and thickly sculpted mottes. Plentiful game in the area including deer, hogs, turkeys, and vamints. Sandy soil, with nice improved coastal grass. There is a cross fenced area near CR 415 that's great for storing hay, or penning cattle. Fenced on three sides. Multiple ideal pond locations.

This property boasts incredible hilltop views of a private 120+ acre lake on the property just to the south. Several great home sites near the front of the property. Power runs through this front area as well. Southwest Milam water line runs down CR 415 and ends about 100 yards from the NW corner of the property. Perfect weekend retreat for a cabin, hunting, or riding ATV's and horses.

Located on E CR 415, which is a PAVED road. Just minutes from HWY 77 N. Located almost equidistant between Bryan/College Station and the Austin area, both being approximately 55 miles away from this property. This tract is ag exempt, leading to low property taxes. Cattle lease is in effect. Some minerals may be available.

19 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: January 23rd, 2019 by John Dean

Nice 19 acre tract just outside of Rockdale. This property is square-shaped with plenty of PAVED road frontage along CR 318. This tract features good grass and is about 25% wooded with mainly oak trees. There are several great home sites on a hill top, and good locations to build a pond, thanks to a small wet weather creek that begins on the property. Fencing along two sides and property is ag exempt. There is a co-op water line on the south side of CR 318. Plentiful game in the area, and would be great for livestock.

No minerals available. Survey is required and additional acreage may be available (see map). Property will have deed restrictions to protect your investment, ie no junk, mobile homes, businesses etc. NO HOA or HOA fees in place.

Shooter Ranch

Posted on: January 16th, 2019 by John Dean

Nice, large property just outside of Rockdale! This 278.99 tract features a wide range of areas that could be used for recreational endeavors. The rolling topography ranges in elevations of 450-510 feet and has a mixture of flora throughout. Predominately, the property is composed of post oaks, cedar elms, yaupon, honey mesquite and cedars. These wooded areas offer great shelter to small game as well as deer and wild hogs. Being approximately 40% open pasture, with mixed-in mesquites, leaves ample areas for cattle to gaze on mostly native, but also some improved pasture.

With 9 ponds on the property, there is ample water for cattle and wildlife. Additionally, these ponds can be used for fishing, and duck hunting. Thanks to the rolling terrain, and small wet-weather creeks, additional ponds could be established if desired. This property offers great deer hunting and is home to numerous wild hogs, migratory game birds, predators and varmints. There are numerous deer stands and feeders in place, some of which will convey with the sale.

An older home is in place near the front of the property, built in the 1950's/1960's/ It's approximately 1,058 square feet and is in good condition. It would make a great cabin for the weekends while hunting, or a place to live while you build a new home. Several out buildings and conex shipping container are also in place. Two water wells are on the property as well. Septic, power, and water are in place and ready to use.

Potential for commercial use thanks to the highway frontage on two sides!

This property is centrally located just 45 minutes from the Austin, Temple, and Bryan/College Station, as well as under 2.5 hours from Dallas/Ft. Worth, Houston and San Antonio! Minerals and water are negotiable.

15 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: January 16th, 2019 by John Dean

UNDER CONTRACT. Nice 15 acre tract ready for your home, barn, or livestock!

This tract is situated in a great location, just minutes to local amenities, but still far enough to get great privacy. This tract is even located on a PAVED road! Located less than 1 hour from the Austin and College Station areas!

This property has a lot of recent improvements including new perimeter fencing on two sides, a co-op water meter, and electricity is already in place and ready to tie into. Tract has recently been cleared of brush in the front section, leaving scattered oak trees, and a perfect area to build a home. A pond is also in place, and will serve well for livestock, fishing and providing water for wildlife. Numerous signs of wildlife on the property. The tract is half open and half wooded, leaving thick woods, with tall oaks in the rear of the property. Part of a meandering wet-weather creek traverses this area as well!

This property has deed restrictions in place to protect property values, but there is no HOA. Highlights include no mobile homes, businesses, junk etc.

89.35 acres in Falls County, Texas

Posted on: December 13th, 2018 by John Dean

Nice 89.35 acre property, convenient to Temple. Fertile soils allow this property to be very productive for grazing, or even row crop operations. Minimal small mesquites and has been sprigged with coastal.

Nice hilltop views, with the property gently sloping towards a large creek. This tract is set up perfectly for grazing, hunting, or building a future home! One pond is great for watering livestock and wildlife.

The property is accessed via a 30' wide deeded easement off of FM 1772, offering great seclusion. Power lines run a long the easement, making them easy to tie into for a home, cabin or future barn.

Show by appointment only.

38.11 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: November 5th, 2018 by John Dean

If you enjoy privacy, this is your property! End of the road seclusion in a great area full of game.

This property has many recent improvements to make it ready for a new home, cabin or camper. Several great home sites. Clearing and new barbed-wire fencing has been installed on 3 sides, and power has recently been installed. The property has two new ponds that offer water for livestock and wildlife alike. Lots of brush clearing and shredding has been done as well. There is an old hand-dug well on the property, condition unknown. Large post oaks make up the majority of the trees with scattered persimmons, yaupon, and cedars providing ample cover. The property is currently ag exempt and cattle are grazing it.

The property is very accessible via a truck or ATV and you can drive the entire perimeter. The property is about 40% wooded and has plentiful deer and hogs. Several feeders have been implemented to concentrate more game on the property.

This tract is accessed through a perpetual deeded easement off of CR 374 that is in good condition, even when wet. This offer great seclusion off of the public road, and has some great neighbors. Convenient to College Station, Temple and Austin.

30 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: October 9th, 2018 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: October 9th, 2018 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.