- Address:FM 535
- Type:Farms, Ranches
This property would make a great secluded hunting/fishing tract within an hour and a half of Houston and 45 minutes to an hour from Austin. It has a creek on it and 4 tanks. Great wooded areas with huge cedar and pine trees all over it. It is in Ag. Exempt, and the price does not include minerals currently. Some neat ravenes on it with some gulches and gulleys as well in parts of it. The creek has springs that feed it in spots, and the head(starting point) of the springs may be on the ranch. Minimal improvements on the property with a windmill and well and some holding tanks for water with water troughs. A few small houses and a barn too are there. It is leased out for cattle also. It has been in the same family for over 40 years, and has never been for sale. The access has just been expanded to include a 60 ft. wide prescriptive easement coming from AJ Rod Rd. and going through the son's land into the Dad's land for sale. There is a utility electric line that bisects the property in half. The easement will be improved and recorded based upon receiving an earnest money contract. The price is very reasonable for the area and the county, and seller is motivated to sell due to the drought. He prefers cash/exchanges. Bring your folks fast, this place will not last at this price. Shown by appointment only. All buyers brokers must accompany their clients at every showing if they deire to be included in the commission from the seller at all.
- Description of Smithville 239 ...
Property Map / Directions
Take Hwy. 71 east to Hwy. 95 and turn south through the town of Smithville. Go south of town and take a right on FM 535. Go down about a mile, and first access point is on the right across the rail line into the property. The second access point which is the new 60 ft. fee simple easement is off of AJ Rod Rd.. You will get to it if you continue on FM 535 further to AJ Rod Rd. and take a right, and entrance will be on the right. From Houston, you go I10 to Hwy. 71 W. to Smithville, and then reciprocate the directions from there that were given earlier.