82.64 acres in Leon County, Texas

8793 County Road 458, Normangee, 77871 County of Leon

82.64 Acres$1,150,000


This remarkable property in Leon County is a true gem of rural living, spanning 82.64 acres of picturesque countryside. As you arrive, you're greeted by a charming house boasting 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, offering a cozy retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Adjacent to the residence, you'll find sturdy barns and sheds, standing tall as a testament to quality craftsmanship and providing ample storage for all your agricultural needs. These structures, along with meticulously crafted working pens, ensure that every aspect of farm life is both efficient and functional.
For those who love to tinker and work with their hands, a well-equipped shop awaits, housing all the tools and machinery needed to tackle any task with precision and expertise.
But it's not just about work here. The property also features lush, improved pastures, perfect for grazing livestock or simply enjoying a leisurely stroll in the peaceful countryside.
Offered at $1,150,000, this property offers not just a place to live, but a lifestyle rooted in the tranquility and beauty of rural living. Don't miss your chance to own a piece of countryside paradise!

Property Details

  • Status: Available
  • Property Type: Ranches, Recreational Property, Residential Property
  • Address: 8793 County Road 458, Normangee, Texas 77871
  • County: Leon
  • Price: $1,150,000
  • Acres: 83
  • Beds / Baths: 3 / 2


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8793 County Road 458, Normangee, Texas 77871

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