101.83 Acres | $899,900
Sprawling green pastures, large ponds, meandering creeks, oak forest, house and utilities – this property has it all! Continue the crop production and cattle grazing, enjoy as a hunting and recreational getaway, or build your dream home and live in the beautiful countryside just 45 minutes from Austin.
Grassyville Rd, Paige, TX 78659
5.5 miles south of Paige and Hwy 290, 12 miles to Smithville, 20 miles to Bastrop, 50 miles to downtown Austin, 115 miles to downtown Houston
Half of the land is dedicated to seasonal crops of oats and cattle grazing. The wooded portion is a mix of fern-covered live oaks, tall post oaks, cedar, elm, persimmon, and mesquite. Trails wind throughout, leading to several ponds and meandering creeks. The southern border is nearly a quarter-mile of road frontage on FM 2239.
A county water line is supplied by Aqua Water Supply Corp. The condition of the water well at the homesite is unknown.
Three ponds on the property include a small pond near the house, a larger cattle tank, and a 1-acre swimming hole.
Two branches of wet-weather Grassy Creek meander through the property before merging together.
The quaint 1,372 sq. ft. was home built in 1925 and features a large front porch and original details. Utilities include county water, electricity, propane, and a septic tank.
A 360 sq. ft. metal pole barn provides storage or shelter for livestock.
The 4- and 5-strand barbed wire perimeter fencing is in good condition. The homesite area is fenced as well.
WILDLIFE / HUNTING / FISHING
The mixed habitat is home to a variety of wildlife including whitetail deer, turkey, Sandhill cranes, wood ducks, mallards, various songbirds, rabbits, and other small mammals. The large surrounding properties and low fencing allow wildlife to traverse freely. Bass, catfish, and sunfish are found in the 1-acre pond.
Surface sale only; no mineral rights included. There are oil tanks located in the front pasture and backside of the property with active but minimal production.
Half of the acreage has an agricultural tax valuation due to crops and a cattle lease. Ask the agent about how to convert the entire property to a Wildlife Management valuation for further tax benefits.
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