*Property can be split*
When you buy a piece of land, its usually just a piece of land. It may be prettier than the neighbor's property, or have a creek, or maybe larger trees . . . but it's usually still just a piece of land. Texas Colonial has all of that -- the large trees, the stone entrance, the woods, the mile of creek frontage, the rolling hills, the bluebonnet covered valleys -- but it has much more as well. When you buy Texas Colonial, you will be buying a piece of Texas history.
The main house was built in the 1830's - over 180 years ago! It features:
Original hardwood floors
Four fireplaces - one of them more than five feet across
Original shiplap walls
Updated electrical and plumbing
And much more
In addition, the property has three sheds in great condition, a covered area for any equipment you own, and a barn with wood floor that dates back almost as far as the home.
If that was all there was to this property, it would be a find. But the real gem on this listing is the land itself. Few properties have it all -- views, ponds, creek, flowers, large hardwoods, thick woods, open pastures, rolling hills -- Texas Colonial has all of it. Located next to the new Gates Crossing development and only a 1 hour 15 minute drive from Houston, this property is the perfect weekend getaway.
From Hwy. 290 in Chappell Hill, travel north on FM 1155/Main Street for approximately 7.5 miles to "T" in the road. Turn right and continue on FM 1155 for approximately 5.9 miles.
Call Chris Kamprath 409.594.7730/ Tracy Kamprath 979.203.0928/ Brad Bevers 936.443.6888 for more information.
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