54.22 Acres | $925,000
Victori is a productive and picturesque 54-acre farm south of La Grange. The rolling property features a 4.5-acre lake, 12 acres of certified organic soil, a 350 ft. irrigation pivot, six smaller ponds, and is entirely high-fenced. Finished with a barndominium and large shop, Victori Farm is for the homesteader or commuter who wants a little room to breathe.
1999 Lidiak Rd, La Grange, TX 78945
9 miles south of La Grange, 70 miles southeast of Austin, and 100 miles west of Houston
10 miles to Fayette Regional Air Center Airport, 62 miles to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
A beautiful solar-powered gate and all-weather driveway lead to a 2004-built, 2,300 sf barndominium, which sits on a hill near the middle of the farm. An attached 1,600 sf workshop and separate equipment shed ensure plenty of storage and room to work.
The barndominium features a 1st-floor master suite added in 2012, plush, and complete with a garden tub. The kitchen is spacious and includes an eat-in bar and easy access to the main room. A well-lit flex area that could be a living room/dining room combo, meeting room, or office showcases vaulted ceilings, wood floors, and a spiral staircase leading to the 2nd floor. Currently used as sleeping quarters, the second floor could easily be converted to two bedrooms with a shared half-bath. Outside is a beautiful flagstone patio overlooking miles-long views of Fayette County Colorado River Valley. Fayette County Water Supply Corporation provides residential water.
A functional Zimermatic 9500L Center Pivot irrigates the CCOF-certified organic pivot area.
The soil alone qualifies as an improvement. Years of argumentation has resulted in 12 acres certified organic by CCOF, as well as another 3 acres awaiting certification.
The farm is comprised of fifty-four acres of various clay soils with the minimal flood plain and good drainage into one large lake and six ponds. High-fenced and cross-fenced and once an exotic wildlife farm, there is no limit to what Victori could become.
The views to the southeast towards the river valley are stunning, as are the sunrises from the porch. There is an additional building site on the north side of the property.
Vicotri is currently farmed by the owner, and her three favorite crops are beets, okra, and carrots. The farms soil could easily support improved grasses like Tifton, traditional hay, or grazing grasses like Bermuda. The next owner could also expand the farming operation into a venture all its own.
The seven surface water features are all stocked. The 4.5-acre lake doubles as the pivot water source, and even has crayfish as a food source for humans and fish alike. The fishing in the large lake and the biggest pond is excellent, and the small ponds hold fish, as well.
The property is currently an operating farm, so the high fence serves to exclude white-tailed deer. There were huntable numbers of dove on the property during the 2019 regular dove season.
The property currently has an agricultural tax valuation. Total tax rate is 1.7303% and 2019 taxes were $5,411.34.
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