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21 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: November 6th, 2020 by John Dean

Excellent +/- 21 acre tract just outside of Rockdale. This tract is a nice square shape, and is mostly open. It has some good pasture in place and would be great for livestock. There are several great home and building sites. This tract is ag exempt and has good net wire fencing along the county road on two sides. Power is nearby. A water well may be needed, but water line is in the area as well. This tract is just 1/4 mile off of highway 77, less than an hour from the Austin, Temple and College Station areas! This property is accessed via CR 322 and CR 325.

Property will have deed restrictions to protect your investment, ie no junk, mobile homes, businesses etc. NO HOA or HOA fees in place. The acreage and map are estimates only, a new survey is required. No minerals available.

24 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: November 6th, 2020 by John Dean

Great +/-24 acre tract in the country! This tract has nice, rolling elevation that leads to a hill top in the rear of the property. Scattered oaks dot the eastern fence line with several nice oaks in the rear as well. This property is fenced on 3 sides with good net wire fencing. There is also one split pasture already built in the rear that is a few acres. Native and improved grasses throughout, making it great for cattle or horses. Mostly sandy loam soils with some clay as well. This property has good drainage leading to a great spot to potentially build a pond. Access via CR 325, just minutes off of HWY 77N. Property is ag exempt. Water line runs along the road, and power is in the area nearby.

Property will have restrictions to keep the area nice for years to come and protect your investment- ie no junk, no mobile homes, businesses etc. Acreage in map is only approximate, new survey required.

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!

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 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 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.

Youngblood Ranch: 173.48 acres

Posted on: July 8th, 2020 by John Dean

For the discerning buyer, several things are a must: Privacy, great views, valuable improvements and productive soils. This property checks the boxes in all the categories.

This 173.48 acre property, just east of Cameron, is a place to call home from day one. A 2,540 square foot home sits nestled along a hilltop overlooking the productive Little River bottom. This home was built in 2006 and has all the amenities you need for comfort. Whether the home is used as a permanent residence, weekend getaway or retreat, you and your guests will be able to relax in the country. The brick home has 3 beds, and 3 full baths with a large office area along with a private secondary office. A spacious kitchen and living area allow ample room for the whole family. The kitchen features granite counter tops and large island with a bar. The master bedroom features great views, and a large bathroom complete with a walk-in shower, double vanity, and spacious closets. The guest bedrooms have a Jack and Jill bathroom and is positioned in the opposite end from the master. Tile floors are in place throughout. This home has a new roof and exterior paint. Outside, the home has an attached two-car carport with storage area, and permanent dog kennel for the family pet. A circle driveway in the front of the house offers plenty of parking for guests as well.

A large, covered back porch offers you and your guests panoramic views to the north that is highlighted by a pond, large pecans and open land as far as you can see. Sit back, relax and truly enjoy the view.

This property has highly productive soils throughout, leading to excellent grazing and hay-cutting operations. Most of the hard work has already been done for you as excellent perimeter fencing and cross fencing is in place and well-maintained. A total of four large pastures are separated by fencing and ready to rotate cattle. Each pasture has a permanent water trough that is fed by a newly installed water well. Its easy to move cattle from pasture to pasture, and even easier to get them to the pens, thanks to a lane that runs along the west side of the property back to the pens.

Two barns are in place and ready to be used for hay storage, tractors, equipment, implements, tools or even livestock. The larger barn has steel cattle pens next to it with a squeeze chute. A grain silo, troughs, and several small traps allow for feeding, holding, or moving livestock with ease near these two barns.

The middle of the property has numerous, mature pecan trees that have been there for generations. One pond provides water for cattle and wildlife alike. This ranch is also home to deer, hogs, and other wildlife offering some hunting opportunities.

Located at the end of CR 227, this tract offers unmatched end-of-the-road privacy. CR 227 is a paved road, which is rare for the area. Full utilities are in place with co-op water , septic and power.

Located just under 1-hour from the Bryan/College Station area, and 1 hour and 15 minutes from the I-35 corridor, this property is in an excellent location. In under 2.5 hours you can also be in Houston or Dallas/Ft Worth.

237.94 acre productive cattle and hay ranch

Posted on: May 8th, 2020 by John Dean

Need grass for cattle or hay cutting? This is your place! This 237.95 is perfect for cattle and hay production. Highly productive soils throughout the property foster thick native and improved grasses throughout the entire property. Several wet weather creeks traverse the rear of the property adding plenty of moisture.

A 2014-built 2,400 square foot office-style home is located along Hwy 77, and can be used for a home or business office. This property may also be great for a veterinarian’s office or ranch headquarters too. This home has multiple rooms and baths with a full kitchen. This home is low-maintenance with rock/brick exterior and metal roofing. A nice gated entrance greets you as you enter the property off of Highway 77. There is approximately 1-mile of road frontage via HWY 77. Located just minutes from Rosebud, Texas. Due to its quality grazing, ease of access, and drive by visibility, this property could work very well for a purebred cattle operation, or good headquarters for a stocker cattle operation.

A nice pole barn is in place and ready for equipment or hay storage. It has metal siding on three sides. Three silos sit on a slab near the barn and can be used for grain storage. A set of pipe pens are installed as well and would serve well to move cattle in and out of the property.

This property has numerous cross fences to rotate cattle and four different ponds that serve well for fishing and livestock watering, the largest being approximately 1.5 acres in size. The rear area along the creeks have historically been planted in oats, and have excellent winter rye pasture as well. Numerous deer call the property home, and some big bucks have been seen over the years.

Parts of this property may be in a flood plain near Pond Creek, however there is plenty of high ground towards the front of the property. This property is ag exempt. Some minerals may be available.

169.17 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: March 2nd, 2020 by John Dean

Unique ranch just north of Rockdale! This property is 169.17 acres and is accessed via Texas Street. This property offers varied terrain that is useful ranching or recreational uses!

This ranch is currently being used for cattle grazing. Lots of wildlife on the property, making it excellent for hunting and recreational uses. There are three ponds in place, and several areas where more could be built along wet weather creeks. This property has an old railroad right-of-way that runs north and south through the property. This railroad has not been active for many, many decades– but the gravel is still in place, making it a good, level road to access the whole tract from. This may also give a good way to divide the property further if desired. The terrain is gently rolling and varies in vegetation from scattered mesquites to post oak hardwoods. Ag exemption is in place.

Water and power run a long Texas Street. Several old buildings and a home are near the entrance, but have no value. There are two larger power lines that cross the rear of the property.

49.25 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: January 14th, 2020 by John Dean

This +/-49.25 acre property is a blank canvas and is perfect for a weekend place or a future home! Design and build this property exactly how you like!

Lots of mature oaks and cedars, with varying topography. This property has access off of CR 237, and the deep tract dimensions allow for privacy. Power is conveniently located along the road, along with a southwest milam water supply water line.

This tract is great for hunting, or recreational uses and has plentiful deer, hogs, and other wildlife. Small pond for fishing, along with a large wet-weather creek near the rear of the property. Several great potential sites for additional ponds.

Property is fenced on 3 sides. Acreage can be added or subtracted to fit your budget and needs! Additional tracts may also be available.

Light restrictions to protect your investment and the property is ag exempt!