Bremond Oaks Ranch
This gentleman’s ranch offers an idyllic setting among mature post oaks with gorgeous sunset views. Outside the city yet accessible in a growing area, you can escape here for as long as you need.
FM 1373 in Robertson County, 3.5 miles southwest of Bremond and ½ mile west of Hwy 6.
The property has a barbed-wire boundary fence in fair condition. Seller believes there is a water line along FM 1373.
This beautiful, grassy property is dotted with mature post oak trees. Native and improved grasses, several species of wildflowers, and a wide stand of oak canopy create a vivid green pastoral setting and plenty of grazing for horses or cattle. Woven into the partially improved pasture is a thriving population of native grasses and forbs, providing habitat for small mammals, songbirds, and raptors, as well as food for deer and feral hogs.
There is a slight rise 500 feet inside the gate that would make an impressive homesite near the ~1-acre pond. The sunsets to the west are glimpsed over tall trees along the western fence line, which doubles as a natural privacy fence. The Bremond fine sandy loam soil is well-drained but holds enough soil moisture and nutrients for intense grazing and light farming. There is no flood plain and no deed restrictions.
White-tailed deer and feral hog tracks were observed on the property, along with songbirds, small mammals, and multiple species of birds of prey. The pond is suitable for fish stocking and management and could likely be expanded.
The property has a 1-d-1 Open Space Agricultural Valuation. 2020 total tax: $163.06
The bustling amenities of Waco are just 45 miles northwest. College Station, home to Texas A&M University’s 70,000+ student population and enormous economic growth, is a quick 50-minute drive down Highway 6. Dallas is 130 miles north via SH 14/I-45, and it’s 150 miles by Highways 6 & 290 to Greater Houston.
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- Properties Qty: 15
- Company: Broker Associate
Craig grew up in a farming and ranching environment in northwest Texas. He holds a B.S. in Wildlife Ecology and an M.S. in Agricultural Economics, both from Texas A&M University. Craig has managed private real estate transactions, mineral and wind lease negotiations, condemnation proceedings, hunting operations, and commercial ranching and farming operations. He is a licensed Broker (TREC #590507), a Registered Property Tax Consultant (TDLR #11201), is an active member of the Realtors® Land Institute, and has been recognized as a part of the 2022 APEX Producers Club by RLI. Craig is also an experienced wildlife biologist, holding the Associate Wildlife Biologist accreditation with the National Wildlife Society. Craig has served on the steering committee for Texas Outdoor Partners, and advisory boards for the Texas Youth Hunting Program and the Texas Big Game Awards and is an Official Measure for The Boone & Crockett Club. Craig won the title of 2016 Western Region High Producer for the national Keller Williams LAND division.
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This Land style property is located in is currently and has been listed on Grand Land Company. This property is listed at $ 450,000. It has bedrooms, bathrooms, and is 65 acres. The property was built in year.