This gentleman’s ranch offers an idyllic setting among mature post oaks with gorgeous sunset views. 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. No flood plain, no deed restrictions. The property has a 1-d-1 Open Space Agricultural Valuation. 2020 total tax: $163.06
Listing courtesy of HAR / Grand Land Realty, LLC
Last updated Jan 27, 2023
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From Bremond, head south on Commerce St turning right onto FM1373 W / W San Saba. In 3.5 miles the property will be on the right.
50 or more Acres
Open, Partially Wooded
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BREMOND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
BREMOND MIDDLE SCHOOL
BREMOND HIGH SCHOOL
99 - Other
Robert Moffitt Surv A-28
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Bremond Middle School
Bremond Elementary School
Bremond High School
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