Description: What a chance to own a productive and gorgeous piece of land in a prime location that has been in the same family since the 1950’s. This beautifully manicured property provides the opportunity for income, recreation or a great...
Description: What a chance to own a productive and gorgeous piece of land in a prime location that has been in the same family since the 1950’s. This beautifully manicured property provides the opportunity for income, recreation or a great residential homestead. The property is made up of rolling lush hay fields that offer serene views and many large oak and pine trees that offer cover for wildlife. Improvements: There is a storage buildingwith water and electricity that offers a multitude of uses, including potential as a starter cabin. With great views and large shade trees, plus the wonderful drinking water, it would also be an ideal site for a home, pool, garden, barn or improvements of choice. There are also other building sites with long distance views, shady trees, and nearby ponds. The property boundary has low-fencing of 5-strand barb wire. Water: There are 4 ponds stocked with fish, of which 2 are over 1-acre in size when full. Mid Springs Creek traverse through the West side of the property for 3,300± feet and will run water during wet times. The creek could be dammed in several places to create large bodies of water. There is one water well on the property that services the improvements. Wildlife: Wildlife on the property includes but is not limited to whitetail deer, turkey, dove, varmints, and much more. The ponds are stocked with bass and perch for fisherman to enjoy. The land is also a habitat for a flock of Mexican eagles, unique to this lush area. Vegetation: 185± acres of the property is covered in beautifully manicured Coastal Bermuda hay pastures, producing both square and round bales for horses and cattle. The current owner leases the farming rights to produce income from the ranch. The remaining property not in hay production is a mixture of huge pine and oak trees and provides cover for wildlife. The property is located on the northern edge of the Lost Pines Forest, a unique 13± mile belt of Loblolly pines. Terrain/Elevation: The property has a good amount of roll with enough elevation for long distance views. The 272± acres of pastures and woods have a height change of 100± feet, offering hilltop sites for new home construction to enjoy both the views and pleasant breezes year around. Minerals: None. Surface sale only. Taxes: Ag exempt. Schools: McDade I.S.D. Location: This property is 3.6± miles NW of Paige, 15± miles NE of Bastrop, 45± miles E of downtown Austin, 65± miles SW of College Station, and 120± miles NW of Houston.
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