506 acres in Coke County, Texas

506 acres in Coke County, Texas

Posted on: April 15th, 2022 by Jaden Winfrey

Look at this high fenced manicured showplace! Located at the intersection of Hwy 70 and Hwy 277 near Blackwell creating a perfect guide hunting ranch! The landscape is filled with manicured Live Oak trees. There are 4 water wells, a creek, and 3 ponds. The deer hunting is exceptional! There is a finely built pen for accepting or sorting new animals onto the ranch. You can see neighboring Oak Creek Lake from a high hill. Buy this one and sell guided hunts, and send the clients next door to the lake! This is one of the prettiest places in Coke County. Call Jaden if youd like to see this high fenced hunting ranch opportunity at 325-365-0275 today.

Atkinson 39

Posted on: March 4th, 2022 by Whitley Whitewood

Endless opportunities with this property! 39 acres with frontage on both CR 117 and 121. Perimeter fencing around the property as it is being used for hay production and running cattle. A nice wet weather creek sits at the back of the property with some nice trees. 8 miles from Wharton. 60 miles from Houston. Boiling ISD. SELLER IS WILLING TO DIVIDE INTO 3 // 13 ACRE TRACTS. Come check it out today!

Douglass Elliman Real Estate is happy to co-broker, however, buyer’s agent must make first contact and be present for all showings to receive full compensation at the discretion of Douglass Elliman Real Estate.

Blessing Undeveloped Farm

Posted on: March 1st, 2022 by

Here is an excellent opportunity to make your way into a growing and developing Matagorda County. This 80 acres of farmland is a blank canvas at your fingertips. Make it how you wish or subdivide and sell off a portion of it. It sets on the corner of Steffek Rd and Morris Rd making a perfect piece to split and sell or develop. The acreage consist of 60+/- acres in row crop and the remaining in native cow pasture. Overhead electrical fronts the property and easily accessible.
Matagorda County is exploding and growing with the grand opening of Tanaris Bay City Pipe Plant in January 2017. Tanaris will employ over 600 full time jobs in the area. Other projects that are already up and running OXEA Chemicals expansion project and Chevron Phillips Chemical which broke ground in 2014 on two world scale polyethylene units in Old Ocean just down the road from Bay City. The Chevron Phillips project will create 400 full time permanent jobs. STP Nuclear Operating which is Matagorda County’s largest employer was granted license to build two new units in late 2015. STP looks to hire more than 460 workers over the next five years. With this expansion comes the need for more housing and more land development. This is the opportunity you’ve been looking for. Give us a call for showing of this property and let’s talk about the growing Matagorda County.

Sollock Farm

Posted on: January 25th, 2022 by

100% minerals included! Income producing opportunity!

This is a premier opportunity to purchase 91.25 acres in Iola, Texas located just 25
miles outside of College Station and only one mile from Iola High School in Grimes County. Sollock Farm is a functionally designed working cattle ranch rich in history of improved clover influenced grassland intensively managed over many years. The ranch features a 2,578 sq. ft. 3 bed/ 2 bath custom-built 2 story house situated toward the rear of the property with porch views overlooking a picturesque 1.5-acre pond. The ranch is located on County Road 108 with approximately 1800 ft. of gravel road frontage with a well-maintained cedar post net-wire fence and custom metal gated entrance.

The ranch features a 2400+/- sq. ft. metal barn/shop used for equipment storage. This barn includes a concrete slab, water and power. Near the barn you will find the cattle pens and chute.

This property is open organically managed grasslands with scattered shade trees and seven stock ponds. There are water lines with water trough connections located in each hot wire cross-fenced pasture for the use of an easy intensive/rotational grazing management operation. The majority of the perimeter fence is good cedar post and barbed wire. The interior fencing is hot wire cross-fencing for easy livestock movement.

Historically, Sollock Farm has been functionally designed for rotational cattle grazing. This ranch can also be utilized for horses, casual hunting or as a beautiful weekend recreational retreat near the quiet town of Iola. Be sure to view this wonderful ranch property!

Distance to nearby towns: 1 mile from Iola, 10 miles from Bedias, 25 miles from College Station, 25 miles from Anderson

School District: Iola ISD

Ranch Features: 100% mineral rights convey to new owner, 1800 ft. of road frontage on CR 108, good perimeter fencing – cedar post and barbed wire, interior fencing is hot wire with gates for functional use in intensive/rotational grazing practices, water lines/trough connections are strategically located in every pasture along with 7 stock ponds, 0.5+/- mile of all-weather limestone ranch road with culverts from entrance to main structures.

Hunting/Fishing: Dove, duck, bass, white-tail deer population, and approximately 1.5 acre designed fishing pond near house.

Main House:Total = 2,578 sq. ft. (based on Grimes County Appraisal District), home built in 1982, remodeled 2018, exterior remodel 2008, new foundation 2018, domestic water updated 2018, wrap around porch, house is approx. 0.5 mile from CR 108, A/C unit, HVAC updated in 2018, log cabin interior design, wood floor, carpet and tile.

Metal Barn/Shop: Approx. 40 ft. x 60 ft. metal building/shop, concrete slab, electricity, water connection, tremendous storage , Barn built approximately 1984, and building previously used for equipment storage and working shop area.

Water: (1) water well located in well house near the main house, (7) stock ponds with 1.5 acre pond used for fishing and front porch sunset views, and portable water troughs/water line connections to all pastures.

Cattle Pens: Working cattle chute, and portable panels for easy pen design adjustment along with wooden structure.

Fletcher Ranchette

Posted on: January 5th, 2022 by Whitley Whitewood

Here is an opportunity to own a turn key horse and cattle property right off of FM-2620. The Fletcher Ranchette is 30 acres that has something for everyone. As you pull into the driveway, the 3,400 custom square foot home sits in the middle of the property. The kitchen, dining, and living room make a great place for the entire family to come together. Downstairs, there are four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. There is a separate 1/1 suite upstairs. Additional improvements include a large red barn that is divided into a workshop, car storage, and small apartment and a two stall horse barn with a feed and tack room. The property is a great mixture of trees and open pasture. This property can be used for cattle, horses, and hay production. Completely fenced. Property is currently under Ag exemption. More acreage available. ANDERSON-SHIRO SCHOOL DISTRICT. 15 miles to Anderson, 20 miles to Huntsville, and 30 miles to College Station. Come and make this property your new home today!

Capitol Ranch Real Estate is happy to co-broker, however, buyers agent must make first contact and be present for all showings to receive full compensation at the discretion of Capitol Ranch Real Estate. 24 hour notice is required.

J & J Farm

Posted on: September 30th, 2021 by Freddy Rouse

First time offering of a rare Fort Bend County 2,425 acre farm that has been in the same family for over 100 years! This property consists of approximately 1,425 acres of income producing farmland, and 1,000 acres of prime pasture and impressive Live Oaks, Elms, and Bald Cypress along the San Bernard River. With 2.5 miles of Turkey Creek, and an 18-acre lake add to the recreational value of the ranch. Set in an easily accessible location on paved Darst Road just 1.5 miles south of Hwy 59 near Kendleton in popular and growing Fort Bend County. Prime location for the new Railway and connector for the KCS Railyard set to come through in years to come.

FARMLAND

There are approximately 1,440 acres of farmland in row crop, and laser levelled rice fields. It has been leased by the same farmer for over 30 years and well taken care of. Cotton, Milo, Soybean and Corn have been grown productively on the land during this time. Rice fields have been laser levelled and are currently irrigated by a 2-mile canal that is fed by a 10 inch irrigation well on the neighboring property. There are two rice fields (263 and 285 acres) that are in rotation, along with approximately 820 acres of row crop in rotation.

PASTURE AND HUNTING LAND

Lots of Live and Recreational Water!! There are approximately 1,000 acres of hunting and livestock pasture and woods set between the farmland and the river. 2 miles of San Bernard River border the property to the Northwest, and 2.5 miles of Turkey Creek meander through the Live Oak and Pecan trees along the West side of the property providing great habitat for deer, hogs and other wildlife to hide out. Perhaps the crown jewel of the pasture is the 18-acre lake! This lake is home to lots of fish and offers great duck hunting in the colder months. Its location well off any public road is ideal for tons of ducks and other waterfowl looking for big holes of secluded water. There is a duck hunting blind in place. The woods consist of a Cypress lined San Bernard River and are loaded with 100-200 year old giant Pecan trees, large mature Oaks, and many other species of hardwoods. The 1,000 acre pasture also holds a set of large cattle working pens with a large sorting chute, ground load and double loading chute, barns, shed, water and troughs, electricity, and a 75-acre fenced and cross fenced trap. Water is provided to the pasture by a water well at the pens with troughs. This is a one of a kind rare Fort Bend County family estate!!! One of the largest Farm and Ranch combo properties in the County.

Capitol Ranch Real Estate is happy to co-broker, however, buyer’s agent must make first contact and be present for all showings to receive full compensation at the discretion of Capitol Ranch Real Estate. 24 hour notice is required.

Statham Ranch

Posted on: September 29th, 2021 by Whitley Whitewood

The Statham Ranch is a beautiful 237 acre family ranch right off of HWY 90 in Anderson. This property is 5 miles out of Anderson with frontage on HWY 90 and CR 219, making an easy trip to Houston and College Station. Upon entering the front gate, you are led down the driveway to the 2,300 square foot brick home, enclosed by a pipe fence. The home is an old ranch style home that is ready to be updated and made your own. No value is being added to home. A carport is attached to the home as well as a nice 1/1 apartment. Outside, you will find a 1,700 square foot barn that is split into a shed for tractor storage and an enclosed shop for feed, tools, etc. The property has a water well and two nice ponds. A nice mixture of pasture and big trees can be found throughout the property. Currently under Ag exemption with a cattle lease in place. Anderson-Shiro school district. 5 miles to Anderson, 30 miles to College Station, and 75 miles to Houston. Call today to schedule your showing!

Capitol Ranch Real Estate is happy to co-broker, however, buyer’s agent must make first contact and be present for all showings to receive full compensation at the discretion of Capitol Ranch Real Estate. 24 hour notice and appointment required for showing. Seller works from home.

Fletcher Farm

Posted on: September 23rd, 2021 by Whitley Whitewood

Here is an opportunity to own a turn key horse and cattle property right off of FM-2620. The Fletcher Farm is 86 acres that has something for everyone. As you pull into the driveway, the 3,400 custom square foot home sits in the middle of the property. The kitchen, dining, and living room make a great place for the entire family to come together. Downstairs, there are four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. There is a separate 1/1 suite upstairs. Additional improvements include a large red barn that is divided into a workshop, car storage, and small apartment and a two stall horse barn with a feed and tack room. The property is a great mixture of trees and open pasture. This property can be used for cattle, horses, and hay production. Completely fenced. Property is currently under Ag exemption. Smaller acreage available. ANDERSON-SHIRO SCHOOL DISTRICT. 15 miles to Anderson, 20 miles to Huntsville, and 30 miles to College Station. Come and make this property your new home today!

Capitol Ranch Real Estate is happy to co-broker, however, buyers agent must make first contact and be present for all showings to receive full compensation at the discretion of Capitol Ranch Real Estate. 24 hour notice is required.

Wallis Land

Posted on: August 19th, 2021 by Freddy Rouse

Great place to build your home and raise some animals. Fronting FM 1093 West just a few miles West of Wallis in beautiful Austin County. Shown by appointment only, call Cody (979) 530-7010 or Freddy (281) 844-8704.

Iola 16

Posted on: July 30th, 2021 by Whitley Whitewood

Very nice 16 acre tract with frontage on CR 127. This tract is mostly wooded with some open areas in the front of the property. Several spots to build your dream home. Currently under wildlife exemption. In the highly desirable Iola school district. Electricity is available. Additional tracts available. Schedule your showing today!

Capitol Ranch Real Estate is happy to co-broker, however, buyers agent must make first contact and be present for all showings to receive full compensation at the discretion of Capitol Ranch Real Estate. 24 hour notice is required.

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