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110 acres in Milam County, Texas
- County: Milam
- Zip: 76520
- Type: Farms, Hunting Land, Ranches
- City: Cameron
- Acres: 110
- State/Zip: Texas 76520
- Status: Sold
Taking backup offers! Stunning, productive land that's ready for you to build your dreams on! This 110.20 acre tract is one that can do it all. Whether you want a place to run cattle, build a home or use recreationally, this place is the perfect size to do it and still be able to stretch your legs a little.
This property has rolling terrain, with a large hill top in the south western corner. This spot would be great for a home, shop or barn to sit atop and take advantage of the views that you can call home. The property rolls steadily downward to the rear. Power runs along the southwestern side and is across the road on the northern side. Co-op water is in the area as well.
This tract has great grazing or haycutting potential for the cattleman, thanks to its fertile soils. Ample coastal bermuda is in place throughout the ranch and provides plenty of grass throughout the year. The property currently has cattle on it and is fenced, with an older set of cattle pens too. Three nice ponds are in place, the largest of which is approximately 1/2 acre in size--it's great for watering cattle and wildlife, as well as fishing recreationally. An ag exemption is in place as well, making the yearly taxes only $34/year!
The property has road frontage on two sides: CR 276 and CR 338. This gives plentiful opportunities for entrances or development plans in the future.
The property is about 80% open with the 20% being left in thick, tall woods composed of mostly oaks, elms and mesquites. Hog Creek traverses the northeastern boundary and provides live-water most of the year. This deep, flowing creek runs some 3000' along the property line and true to its name has plenty of hogs that call it home. There are also deer, small game, and predators in the area.
This place is in a great location. Just 1 hour from College Station, 45 minutes from either Temple or Waco, 2 hours from Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth, and an hour and 45 minutes from Austin. Some minerals may be available.