This is a RARE Waller County opportunity to own it all. 41+ acres down a wooded tree-lined driveway with a new all-weather low water creek crossing. The property is approx. half wooded and half open. The wooded areas are a nice combination of mature hardwood oak and pine trees. The open area is improved pasture. There are several high and dry building sites to choose from. Although the property is rolling and very well drained, a portion of the property is in a designated flood prone area due to two beautiful creeks on or near two sides of the property. The wooded areas offer a good trail system for exploring, hunting, or other, and provides great access around the property. Per the seller, this property offers both a grazing and cattle agricultural use tax exemption and will convey any owned mineral rights or other interest. Deer and other wildlife are plentiful to say the least. If you desire a second access to the property a cleared deeded easement is also included. The property has electricity and is being offered with a new water well scheduled to be installed in the very near future. As an added bonus, seller is including a new insulated metal building on slab, enclosed area will be 40 x 50 feet. 2 covered porches; one 20 x 50 and one 20 x 40 feet. If you are looking for that perfect weekend getaway or permanent home investment opportunity this may very well be it.
From Magnolia, take FM 1488 west. Left on Joseph. Right on Pinewood Valley Dr. Property on left. Shown by appointment only. Listing broker/agent must accompany.
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