This 108 acres of fertile land in Robertson County contains native grasses, livestock pens and Willow Creek running through the eastern side. You have a choice of three entrances along Texas Highway 7 and a total road frontage of over 2,800 feet. Located in the Brazos Valley region of Texas, this ag exempt land is situated ideally between Houston and Dallas with a quick 25 minute drive to I-45. The property has always been used for cattle grazing and some hay production, but holds wildlife such as deer, turkey, ducks and dove.
Land: Lying just 15 miles Southwest of Lake Limestone, this 108 acres are prime for a cattle operation or a recreational tract. The SW corner of the property provides great views looking down and across the land towards Steele Creek. Closer to Highway 7, near the entrance, you will find a small three-sided livestock shelter and holding pens. Steele Creek cuts through the property on the eastern back portion of the land and separates about 30 acres via a rocked low water crossing. Multiple species of hardwoods are found on the three sides of the property as well as the entire creek.
Location: This property is located 8 miles west of Marquez, TX, 20 miles to Franklin, TX, 50 miles to Bryan-College Station and 20 minutes from Interstate 45.