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$475,000 1.13 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 3015 sqft
7044 Gupton Road, Brazoria, TX 77422 - Brazoria County

7044 Gupton Road

This riverfront wonderland is an entertainers dream. Endless features include spacious living room with lovely bamboo flooring, open concept island kitchen with granite counter tops. Spacious master bedroom and secondary bedrooms. Breathtaking riverfront lot with 3,000 sq ft deck, boat dock, on site private boat ramp, powered boat lift, lift for jet skis, fish cleaning table and 275' of bulkhead. Property also includes a 1 bedroom 1 bathroom guest house. Come see this beautiful home today!
Hutson Real Estate Hutson Real Estate An Company
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$429,900 0.85 acres 4 Beds | 2 Baths | 1 ½ Bath | 2498 sqft
5433 County Road 961, Brazoria, TX 77422 - Brazoria County

Riverfront Property

This fully remodeled riverfront property boasts spacious living areas, formal dining, open concept kitchen/breakfast, and spacious sunroom leading to shaded deck and flagstone patio overlooking the San Bernard River. Upgrades to this 4 bedroom/2.5 bath include new roof, new A/C and heat, new water heater, real hardwood floors, granite and tile throughout and secondary well. Private neighborhood boat launch. 12x40 garage/workshop on slab. Powered boat lift, lighted boat dock & upper sun deck.
Hutson Real Estate Hutson Real Estate An Company
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$1,610,000 230 acres
Hwy 36, Brazoria, TX 77422 - Brazoria County

230 acres Brazoria, TX

230 acres of Brazos River bottomland with approximately 3650 feet of Brazos River frontage. Land is bordered on the south and west by US Fish and Wildlife and on the north by a single private property which is bordered on their north by US Fish and Wildlife. Property is under agricultural exemption for property tax. The river frontage is a high bank portions of which remained above the 2016 flood waters. Currently approximately 528 of Highway 36 frontage which will increase slightly as Highway 36 is improved. Both tracts are mostly wooded lowlands attractive to deer, hogs and ducks. Being surrounded by nearly 2000 acres of USFW reserves, provides a natural supply of deer and hogs. With low water in the Brazos, redfish and bluecrabs can
Melvin Coddou