Little Brazos Ranch
  • Sold

$ 1,299,950

An affordable combination recreational and ag property of 189 acres conveniently located 1 hour from Waco, Temple, and Bryan/College Station and 2 hours from Austin and DFW. The Little Brazos River and Sulfur Creek provide an incredible hardwood bottom that is a haven for wildlife and would be perfect for the avid bowhunter. The property is cross-fenced into 4 pastures, has 2 reliable ponds, a 35 x 45 ft. barn with county water and electricity. All this comes at a price per acre that has lots of room for appreciation in this rapidly growing market.

TBD County Road 249, Kosse, TX 76653
3.5 Miles to Kosse, 14 miles to Marlin, 42 miles to Waco, 51 miles to Temple, 54 miles to B/CS, and 120 miles to Austin and DFW.

The property has 3 distinct habitats, a 60-acre upland area, a savannah-like transition zone, and the hardwood bottom along the creek and river. The upland area along the county road frontage was previously used for hay production but in most recent years has been used for cattle grazing. The transition zone slopes downward from the upland area and has two ponds, many large Live Oaks and Post Oaks, and pockets of open area. The hardwood bottom is a closed canopy woodland with most of the mature trees being over 50 ft. in height. Trees found on the property include Live Oak, Post Oak, Water Oak, American Elm, Cedar Elm, Ash, Pecan, Eastern Red Cedar, Honey Locust, Mesquite, Hackberry, Osage Orange, Black Willow, and Gum Bumelia. Midstory plants include American Beautyberry, Winged Elm, Frostweed, Wooly Croton, Broomweed, Western Ragweed, Green Briar, and Dewberry. The grass layer is composed of Coastal Bermuda, Texas Wintergrass, Silver Bluestem, KR Bluestem, Wild Rye, and Three Awn.

The Little Brazos River makes up a large portion of the western boundary. There is approximately 3,500 feet of frontage on the Little Brazos. Since the property is near the headwaters, the river is best described as a wet-weather creek but appears to hold pockets of water for long periods of time. Sulfur Creek also traverses the northern part of the property in an east to west fashion. There are two ponds with the larger being .75 acres and the smaller one being .25 acres. The bigger pond is full of bluegill and bass for the kids.

Located midway along the eastern boundary is a 35 x 45 ft. metal barn with electricity and county water. The barn has a dirt floor but is set on a concrete beam around the perimeter. An RV could be parked in the barn for temporary lodging or used for equipment and UTV storage. The property has perimeter and cross fencing in fair to good condition.

A portion of the mineral estate may be available, subject to negotiation.

The property is qualified under the Agricultural Valuation and the estimated annual taxes are around $650.

Basic necessities can be found 5 minutes away in Kosse, other needs of the new landowner can be found 15 minutes away in Marlin which has retailers such as HEB and Walmart as well as hardware and feed stores. Lake Limestone is only 30 minutes from the property.

***Buyer Agents must make first contact and be present at all showings to participate in 50% commission split. If this condition is not met, Buyer Agent split is at sole discretion of Grand Land Company.

Basic Facts

Property ID: 5160 Status: Type: Post Updated: 2023-03-27 14:52:43
Area: 189.35 acres Lot size: 189.35 acres Minerals: Negotiable Property Use: Hunting, Recreation, Livestock / Grazing
County: Falls Access: Paved Frontage Utilities: Electricity On Site, Water On Site


Ample Road Frontage
convenient location
mature trees

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Listing Packet: Listing-Packet-1.pdf
  • Properties Qty: 87
  • Company: Broker

John grew up in Victoria, TX and was involved in multiple cow-calf operations in that area as well as Bryan-College Station, TX while attending Texas A&M. He earned a B.S. in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences. John has over 25 years experience in commercial sales and rural property services, and he is the Broker of Record for Grand Land Company. (TREC #655090). John is an active member of the RealtorsĀ® Land Institute, has earned the prestigious Accredited Land Consultant designation, and has been recognized as a part of the 2022 APEX Producers Club by RLI. John serves on the Executive Board of the Coastal Conservation Association of Texas (CCA) and is a member of the Williamson County A&M Club. John is also actively involved in the management of several hunting operations in South Texas. He and his family are are avid outdoor enthusiasts spending most of their free time hunting, fishing, and hiking in the great outdoors. His passion for the outdoors combined with his depth of experience with all types of rural properties brings authenticity to every transaction.

This style property is located in is currently and has been listed on Grand Land Company. This property is listed at $ 1,299,950. It has bedrooms, bathrooms, and is 189.35 acres. The property was built in year.