0 County Road 119, Ledbetter
|UNDER CONTRACT! Incredibly rare find with 979.3 +/- picturesque acres in Lee County! This ranch offers year-round recreational enjoyment including stocked ponds for angling and optimal habitat for deer, ducks, hogs, or predators. The 8+ surface ponds that are spread throughout the property and Nails Creek that meanders throughout the middle add tons of character. What makes this ranch so unique is that it offers a variety of mixed-use habitats combining not only recreational enjoyment, but open pastures for cattle or horses, hunting and wildlife management opportunities, multiple water features, dense wooded areas, and unlimited building sites with dynamic views. Native and improved grasses are prevalent throughout. The soil primarily consists of clay and sandy soil. There is a metal building near the two largest ponds that includes a garage/storage area. No minerals. Ag Exemption. If you’re looking for a legacy ranch with unlimited potential and enjoyment, you won’t want to miss this one!|
0 County Road 127, Giddings
|This ranch is uniquely situated in one of the most beautiful locations in Lee County. It offers a combination of recreational enjoyment, superb cattle grazing, and hunting opportunities. Situated on 305 +/- acres of prolific land, this ranch provides the opportunities for your dream homestead or getaway including fantastic recreational opportunities, dynamic views, and ideal proximity to major cities. The ranch offers a variety of mixed-use habitats including open pasture, wooded areas, and Pin Oak and Line Branch Creeks. Native and improved grasses are prevalent throughout. The soil primarily consists of clay and sandy soil. No minerals. Ag Exemption. Whether your passion involves horses, cattle, angling, or the pursuit of deer, ducks, hogs, or predators, you will find no shortage here. The mixture of open pastures and thick wooded corridors throughout the ranch provide plentiful opportunities for many options. This is a special place that you do not want to miss out on!|
00 County Road 127, Ledbetter
|Located in the highly sought-after Ledbetter area of Lee County this ranch offers 271 +/- acres ideal for recreation, hunting, cattle, horses, a weekend getaway or full-time living! This undeveloped property provides multiple building site opportunities for your dream homestead with stunning views of either pond or Nails Creek, dense tree coverage areas, or open pastures. This ranch boasts native and improved grasses throughout along with native wildlife. The soil primarily consists of clay and sandy soil. The variety of mixed-use habitats throughout the ranch provide plentiful options including livestock grazing or wildlife food plots. Fully fenced. Gently sloping topography, along with minimal flood plain near Nails Creek. Centrally located between Austin, Houston, and College Station. No minerals. Ag Exempt. Whether you are looking for the perfect recreational piece or privacy close to town, this ranch is ideal for either!|
00 County Road 119, Ledbetter
|This 200 +/- acres has something for everyone with 4 ponds, Nails Creek, open pastures, and dense wooded areas. Stunning country views make this property ideal for a weekend retreat or dream homesite. The mixed habitats support a variety of wildlife from deer, hogs, predators, and ducks. The open pastures; as well as, native and improved grasses throughout make this ranch superb for cattle grazing or horse farm. It, also, offers a combination of recreational enjoyment and hunting opportunities. The soil primarily consists of clay and sandy soil. No minerals. Ag Exempt. Close to the growing town of Giddings and centrally located between Austin, Houston, and College Station. This beautiful property not only provides an incredible investment opportunity but also an opportunity to build a combination horse, cattle, and recreational ranch. Schedule a showing to own a piece of central Texas for yourself!|
00 League Line Road, Smithville
18966 FM 2726, Washington
Magnolia Ranch is 512 acres with a state of the art set of working pens and a covered arena. There is road frontage on 3 sides of this property. *Hydraulic Chute *9 large pastures *5 smaller pastures for sorting cattle *Water Well *Office with 1.5 bathrooms, work space, kitchette, and lounging area *Hay Trap *Electricity *Beautiful trees *5 ponds
20755 Holle Lane, Washington
Brazos River Ranch is 469+/- acres with the largest sandbar in Washington County. This property has a majority of new fencing around the exterior and cross fencing. Currently running 150 head of cattle, there are two sets of pens. *2 Homes on the Property *Barns *2 Sets of Working Pens *Hundreds of Trees *Water Well With Solar Panel for Cattle *4 Ponds *Oak Trees Framing the Driveway. The old wagon trails to Washington On The Brazos used to travel along the front of this property. The boundaries shown are the map are approximate. A new survey is needed.
1402 W. Jefferson, Brenham
This is an incredible developmental opportunity: 35 acres within the city limits and a variety of trees, pond, creek and road frontage. This property has road frontage on North Dixie as well as West Jefferson Streets. The City of Brenham has a right of way on South Saeger Street which could create three sides of road frontage. The property across North Dixie is a commercial property. The property across from South Saeger Street right of way is Grace Lutheran Church. This property is currently zoned R1 or single family; however, city officials have said they are opened to a variety of uses for this property. The potential buyer would just need to contact the city to verify their plans.
There is a barn and an old homesite on the property. The seller does not have information on the homesite. There is a creek on the property that is in the flood zone. Buyer to review the FEMA flood map. This could create a great feature to a development by offering a walking trail or bridge near this area.
These woods are beautiful! They allow the perfect location for a secluded home, cabin or division of property without seeing your neighbor. There is a seasonal creek through the property which the wildlife love to bed down near. The paved road frontage allows for easy access to and from the property. There are electric poles on the property. There is also an oil pad site and mineral rights are negotiable. If you are looking for a property that has a secluded feel, while being a few minutes out of town, this is the property for you. You can clear trails through the trees and ride ATV’s and/or horses. There are no restrictions on this property that the seller knows of.