4203 Farm to Market 1300 El Campo, Texas 77437
- SQFT: 3,107
- BR: 4
- BA: 3
- Acres: 15
- Year Built: 2008
If you have been dreaming of moving to the country so you and your family will have space to roam, explore, and create a more peaceful and slower paced life - then look no further because that is exactly what you can expect from making this your new home. The gorgeous open concept home was thoughtfully designed to entertain many friends and family without compromising the feeling of a warm and inviting atmosphere. Located less than 10 minutes northwest of the city of El Campo, and with only a handful of neighbors, this property is just far enough from town to make your home a quiet getaway from the hustle of day-to-day life.
There are so many custom and unique features to this home, you just have to see it in person. Contact us today to schedule a showing.
The pond is stocked with perch, and a buried waterline helps maintain water levels to ensure the fish and native wildlife have more than enough water to thrive.
The agricultural property tax exemption is in hay, and currently a verbal lease with a tenant farmer to bale the native grass.
The 15 acre tract to the West is available to purchase for an additional cost.
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This property is subject to deed restrictions.
A cathedral ceiling sets the tone for an open and airy living space. The custom built-in has barn doors that that roll to conceal the TV and expose shelving for decor and photographs.
Notice the bar to the left with custom design elements and a wine fridge.
Approximately ten feet in length, this peninsula not only allows for additional seating, its depth provides plenty of room as a service area without compromising all of the counter space in the kitchen.
To the left, you can peer inside the en suite bathroom through the arched entryway.
Currently being used as a media room. The glass french doors allows you to keep the noise to a minimum without entirely blocking your view to the rest of the home.