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47.47 acres in Lee County, Texas

Posted on: August 3rd, 2018 by John Dean

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

A beautiful place in the country, enjoy the privacy of the country while being only minutes from town. 47.472 acres located on Farm to Market Road 1624, approximately three miles from Lexington, Texas in Lee County. Minutes from the famous Snow's BBQ-rated the #1 BBQ place in Texas Monthly Magazine!

Quite and secluded, a great homesite or weekend getaway.This property has been in the same family for several generations and has not been on the market for well over 100 years. It has seen very little change in all this time retaining its unique character. This beautiful place has many large oak and cedar trees. It has various other trees, youpon, American beautyberry and native pasture with many wild flowers.

The front of this property is very heavily wooded, with the back portion being more open. It has a good population of white-tailed deer. Feral hogs, rio grande wild turkey, various native animals, game birds and song birds also inhabit this area. The wooded areas make this an excellent hunting property, especially for the bow hunter, with many excellent hunting blind locations. A great place for nature walks, bird watching and just enjoying the quietness and seclusion this property offers. A wet weathered creek flows through the property, with several good locations to build a pond.

It is fenced on three sides and has FM 1624 frontage with electricity and water available in the area. (prospective buyers should verify utility availability) This area has many nice homes, farms and ranches. This property has an ag exemption in place with very low taxes- estimated yearly taxes are approximately $31!

Almost unheard of : Seller owns 100% of minerals and will convey ALL of them as well as all water rights (per owner). There are no current leases in effect at this time. Future buyer of this property will completely own and control it (with the exception of any existing utility easements). If you are looking for a beautiful, quite place in the country, with all the protection of complete ownership, THIS IS IT.

10 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: August 3rd, 2018 by John Dean

Small tracts great for building a home or for recreational use. Very thick woods on the property, lots of oak trees as well. Very good hunting in the area for deer, hogs, and doves. Paved access off of county road 306. Secluded and quiet area, but only minutes from the amenities that Rockdale has to offer. Electric easement near county road.

Acreages are approximate, survey will determine actual size. Price will be adjusted by acreage at $6500 per acre.

10 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: August 3rd, 2018 by John Dean

Small tracts great for building a home or for recreational use. Very thick woods on the property, lots of oak trees as well. Very good hunting in the area for deer, hogs, and doves. Paved access off of county road 306. Secluded and quiet area, but only minutes from the amenities that Rockdale has to offer. Electric easement near county road.

Acreages are approximate, survey will determine actual size. Price will be adjusted by acreage at $6500 per acre.

18.22 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: August 3rd, 2018 by John Dean

Deed restricted acreage that would make a great homesite. This property is currently Ag exempt. Access to water via easement on the county road, water meter box already in place. Power lines run along the front boundary as well. This property is minutes from Rockdale, but also offers a quiet and secluded lifestyle.

18.77 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: August 3rd, 2018 by John Dean

Deed restricted acreage that would make a great homesite. This property has a small pond on it at the front of the property, with scattered oaks and cedar trees. This property has great net-wire fencing, with pipe braces. This property is currently ag exempt. Access to water and electricity via easements at the front of the property.

30 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: August 3rd, 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: August 3rd, 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.

35 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: August 3rd, 2018 by John Dean

*****UNDER CONTRACT*****Great wooded property for sale! This 35 acre tract offers great hunting, and has several excellent homesites. Comprised of oaks, elms, and a few mesquites. Lots of open areas, just waiting for your improvements. Small pond site also on the property.

County road access from CR 413. Just 15 miles from Rockdale. Electricity nearby on the county road.

10.5 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: August 3rd, 2018 by John Dean

Small tract great for building a home or for recreational use. Very thick woods on the property, lots of oak trees as well. Very good hunting in the area for deer, hogs, and doves. Paved access off of county road 306. Secluded and quiet area, but only minutes from the amenities that Rockdale has to offer.

Acreage is approximate, survey will determine actual size. No minerals convey with this property.

Has access to water and electricity across the county road.

PROPERTY IS NOW UNDER CONTRACT

28.89 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: August 3rd, 2018 by John Dean

This property electricity available. Some deed restrictions apply. Paved road access to each and all have high tensile net wire fencing. Great homesites!

This property borders lot 23 on county road 320. As with lot 23, it is made up of thick woods of post oaks, cedars, wild plums, bully gums, and blackjack oaks. This particular property has Resse creek running through it on the northern perimeter. This offers the most secluded of all the properties with smaller opening in various areas. Soil type is primarily clay. It has approximately 669 of road frontage.

water is not currently available from the county water supplier, a well would be needed.