540 acres in Burleson County, Texas
FM 50, Independence, Texas 77879 - Burleson County
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Details for FM 50
|Property ID: 958760|
Description of FM 50
MK Farm is ~540 acres of fertile land with ~125 acres in improved grasses. This is a great property for cattle ranching, farming or any agribusiness production.
Part of the property is heavily wooded which makes a great habitat for the abundant wildlife in the area. This property provides a fantastic opportunity for recreation.
Just minutes from College Station or Brenham, you will be ready for lots of fun filled weekends with hunting whitetail deer and wild hog or fishing on the Yegua Creek below Lake Somerville.
MK Farm is 15 miles north of Brenham, 16 miles east of Lake Somerville, 23 miles west of Navasota and MK Farm is a quick 1 hour and 20 minute drive from Beltway 8 and Hwy 290.
MK Farm has 3/4 of a mile of paved road frontage and 9/10 of a mile of live creek.
Map of FM 50
From the intersection of Hwy 105 & FM 50 East of Brenham, head North on FM 50 for 12 miles past the town of Independence. Just as you cross the Yegua Creek, MK Farm will be on your left. Look for the large Bevers Real Estate signs.
Call Brad Bevers at 936-443-6888/ Tracy Kamprath at 979-203-0928 for more information.
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