LOOKING FOR A PEACEFUL GETAWAY?
Look no further than this beautiful 10+/- acre tract tucked away near Franklin, in Robertson County, Texas. Off Highway 7 and in the highly sought after Franklin school district
. Located just 20 miles from I-45, the interstate between Houston and Dallas. This little slice of country heaven is ready for you to build your dream home or just have yourself a country get away. Scattered hardwoods, good native grasses and abundant ponds make up the beauty of this property. Bring your horses, FFA projects or cattle. Other tracts available, call today for more information!
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ROBERTSON COUNTY AREA INFORMATION
The county is bounded by the Brazos River in the west, the Navasota River in the east, and the Old San Antonio Road in the south. The region is characterized by rich river bottoms, upland prairies, and timberland that supports post oak, black jack oak, cottonwood, elm, pecan, and mesquite trees. Drainage flows in two directions; from a ridge near mid-county, creeks run toward either the Brazos or the Navasota rivers.
Most of the remainder of the county has level to undulating soils with light colored, loamy or sandy surfaces over clayey or loamy subsoils. Between 1 and 10 percent of the county land is considered prime farmland. Natural resources include lignite coal and oil.
With an annual average rainfall of thirty-eight inches, the growing season averages 265 days per year, with the last freeze in early March and the first freeze in early December.