- Acres: Approximately 200
- Price: $5500 per acre
If you have been searching for a place to run livestock, bird hunt, fish, or build a home, then be sure to stop and look at the details of this property. At approximately 200 acres of native rangeland, the ponds and wetlands located throughout provide water sources for livestock, habitat for waterfowl, and some are stocked with perch and bass, creating multiple ways for you to enjoy this property.
Whether you are looking to create a weekend retreat or a place to build a homestead, there are several locations with close access to power, that would make an ideal view of the natural surroundings.
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Topography, Rangeland and Habitat: The soils are equally divided between Cieno and Kuy sand. The topography is generally flat with open rangeland, and native grasses cover the subject. One could easily improve the waterfowl hunting even more by creating additional wetlands
Water: There are several natural wetland areas, several manmade ponds. One domestic well is located near the large pond along the northern portion of the property, and another close to the cattle pens.
Fencing: Fencing is in good condition, and cross fencing in-place creates several separate pastures.
Improvements: There is an over water bridge, pier, and gazebo located in the large pond found on the north portion of the subject. There is a set of small cattle pens.
Electricity: Electricity is available on the property. There are transmission lines that run along the Northern and Eastern property boundaries, so adding power to more areas of the property would be easily accessible.
Minerals: Property being sold as Surface Only; no minerals are being offered or owned by the current surface owner. There is no production or lease currently on the property.
Taxes: The property is taxed at 1-D-1 Ag Value in Wharton County.
The subject consists of 3 tracts:
Location: Only 1 hour and 20 minutes from downtown Houston, 10 minutes North of El Campo, and right off Hwy 71 make for quick and easy access. This area of Wharton County is known for diverse farming and ranching activities, and the El Campo area is notorious for its bird hunting in the fall and winter. This coupled with being 45 minutes from the Texas Coast makes it a great central location to enjoy year-round.
Showing: All showings must be scheduled at least 24-hrs in advance. Seller reserves the right to pre-qualify any potential buyers prior to a showing.
Price: Offered at $5500/acre