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Located 8 miles south of Schulenburg at the end of County Road 223A, this 100+/- acre tract out of the 345+ acre T BAR RANCH (an exceptional cattle/hunting ranch) provides a secluded get-a-way for the home builder seeking a spectacular hilltop view of the rolling countryside, outdoorsman pursuing wildlife adventures &/or rancher needing improved pastureland for optimal livestock grazing/hay production! The property features unmatched diversity with further highlights including 100% SURFACE CONTROL, scattered Live Oaks, 2 ponds, strategic cross fencing, water trough filled by converted windmill & electricity available! The property is situated 12min from I-10 Exit 674 & within 1hr 10min of Katy! Mineral Estate is negotiable with acceptable offer! Ag-exempt! ADDITIONAL ACREAGE AVAILABLE! With so much to offer, this is truly a one-of-a-kind property where there's something for everyone to enjoy! Don't miss out, call Listing Broker, Gary Helmcamp at 979-725-6006 to discuss making this dream property a reality for you! Tri-County Realty, LLC will gladly co-broker with Buyer's Agent making initial contact & present at all property showings!
Being part of property located at 714 County Road 223A, Schulenburg, TX 78956. GATE IS LOCKED. DO NOT ENTER. Tri-County Realty, LLC Agent must be present at all property showings. Call our office at 979-725-6006 for detailed directions or to schedule an appointment to view.
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