5.92 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: May 27th, 2020 by Steve Torno

Located on Highway 7 East of Centerville — 5.92 acres with nice homesite. Land is completely fenced with water and electric available. Land has some open pasture with a nice place for a pond. $64,500. Financing available WAC.

13.06 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: May 21st, 2020 by Dennis Coffey

Custom home on 13 acres just south of Centerville. With access off of Highway 75 only 3 miles south of Centerville, this property is in a prime location. The house sits off the road and is not visible from the highway. There is a spring fed creek that runs through the property and feeds a lake on the neighboring property. The house has approx. 3,250 sqft of living area with a full-length front porch, back porch and large 2-car garage. The house is two story with great storage space all throughout. The main floor has high ceilings with a large great room and good-sized kitchen. The master bed and bath, a guest bed and bath, home office and utility room are all on the main floor. The master bedroom has built in shelves and a spacious, his/hers walk in closet. In the guest room, there is a childrens nook under the stairs that could also be utilized as storage space. The second story has a large living area as well as a bedroom and bathroom. There is also walk in access to the attic upstairs. The second story is not quite finished out. It is sheet rocked and painted with electric and plumbing in place, all that is left to do is trim and the floors are raw pine. The house and property have been well maintained. This is an excellent property in one of the most desirable locations. Good country living only a hair over an hour to The Woodlands and 1 hours to Dallas. $425,000.

20.60 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: May 14th, 2020 by Tyson Henson

This place is a great weekend retreat from the city and has great hunting as well. 20.6 acres located just east of town about 10 minutes off of I-45. Electric, water, and septic are all in place. There are 3 small cabins on this property plus an additional storage shed. One of the cabins was recently damaged by a fallen tree during a storm and the seller does not plan on repairing. The land is mostly wooded and is a great mix of hard wood trees and pines. Great trail system makes it easy to get around on. $150,000

137.45 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: May 12th, 2020 by Steve Torno

Beautiful 137.45 acres on a blacktop county road with gorgeous scenic views. There is an 1835 sq. ft. Tilson home with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths on the property. Also a 40’x60′ metal barn on a slab with some framing for an additional bedroom and bath. There is a deep water well in use plus community water available. The land is fenced and cross fenced and a nice mix of improved pasture and woods for wildlife. This ranch has a rotational grazing system with 10 pastures with concrete watering points. This place is surrounded by large ranches and has great deer hunting potential! This is a perfect location only a few miles from town. Owners have put up a 60′ tower for high speed internet on the property. $895,000!

17.50 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: May 12th, 2020 by Steve Torno

17.5 acres of beautiful giant hardwoods with a live creek. Electricity is available. There is a metal 40’x30′ open barn nestled in the woods. Land is mostly fenced. There is a nice opening that makes a great place for a cabin or home. $99,750.

16.21 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: May 7th, 2020 by Steve Torno

Classic white farmhouse situated on 16 acres and located in the community of Robbins just west of Centerville. This house was completely gutted inside and out. The exterior siding was removed and replaced with LP SmartSide. Front porch and rear deck are both finished in TREX composite boards and are a lifetime product. Large two car attached garage that is completely finished out. The heated and cooled square footage of the house is approximately 2100 sq ft and features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Very large utility room that features a drop zone with lockers and lots of cabinets and counterspace. Kitchen has a mixture of cabinets and open shelves as well as a large island and walk in pantry. Vaulted ceilings are focal points in both the living room and the master bedroom. The master bath features a wet room that house both the claw foot soaker tub and huge shower. Master closet is very large and offers ample storage. All exterior walls and rafters were treated with spray foam insulation. All electrical, plumbing, and HVAC system was replaced and is all brand new. Hot water is provided by a gas tankless hot water heater. The 16 acres is mostly open with scattered motts of trees and has a gently rolling topography. Outbuildings include an equipment shed, workshop, and barn. Water is provided by Concord Robbins WSC, but there is also a deep water well behind the house that could be used for irrigation and watering livestock. Owner has no knowledge of condition of the well. This is a great house on a gorgeous piece of land and has a fantastic location. $349,500

17.74 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: April 30th, 2020 by Steve Torno

17.74 acres of solid woods that is fenced on 3 sides. Access to property is by 30′ road easement off of FM 542 in the Shiloh Community. This place has excellent hardwoods for hunting! $4450/acre OBO

3.86 acres in Anderson County, Texas

Posted on: April 29th, 2020 by Steve Torno

3.857 wooded acres situated on an 8-acre lake with 2-room cabin with wood burning stove and electricity and community water. Land is partially fenced. Perfect weekend retreat! $39,995.

3.86 acres in Anderson County, Texas

Posted on: April 29th, 2020 by Steve Torno

3.857 wooded acres situated on an 8-acre lake with beautiful lake views. Perfect for weekend retreat with 2-room cabin with woodburning stove and community water and electricity. $49,500.

380.77 acres in Madison County, Texas

Posted on: April 24th, 2020 by Steve Torno

380.77 acres of the most productive recreational land available. Tucked in the far western side of Madison County and bordering Brazos County, this ranch has everything that the outdoor enthusiast is looking for. A perfect mix of open pastures, scattered among dense hardwood stands, creates multiple hunting and grazing opportunities. With nearly 100′ of elevation change, the rolling topography ranges from high peaks with views to flat bottomland. There is no shortage of water on the ranch. The centerpiece is a 4-acre spring-fed lake that has been stocked and managed to produce trophy bass and crappie. Multiple 8lb and 9lb largemouth bass have been caught and released and several saddle blanket crappie have been taken for fish fries. Caney Creek runs along the western border of the ranch and is accessible in several places. There is also frontage on the Navasota River which provides excellent fishing. A man-made duck slough was strategically placed where Caney Creek runs into the river and has a water level control structure in place. The slough is drained, planted in duck plot, then flooded and attracts large numbers of birds each year. The river bottom is renowned for producing giant bucks — you truly never know what might step out of the woods. Multiple food plots are planted each year to hold the game on the ranch as much as possible. Feral hogs also abound creating another recreational aspect. For improvements, an all-weather, caliche rock road runs from the front gate all the way to the lake where the shop building sits. The shop is 30×50 enclosed and has large porches on two sides for a total of 4,000 sqft of slab under roof and is perfect for entertaining family and guests. Inside, the shop has storage area and a small finished out room with a bathroom, kitchenette, lockers for hunting clothes and hanging racks for waders. Under roof on the back side of the building is a full cleaning station including a cutting table, stainless steel 3 well sink and hot water. The skinning rack has two stations with electric winches and a trolley system to the walk-in cooler. The walk-in cooler has a wrap-around hanging rack to hold 8 deer. The system was designed for one person to be able to take a deer from the back of a truck or UTV, put fully through the skinning and cleaning process, and into the cooler without ever having to manually lift the deer. There is a deep water well that services the shop as well as electricity and a septic tank. This ranch is a unique offering and is one of the most well rounded recreational conglomerations available. Priced at $2,500,000.

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