Have you been looking for an extremely gorgeous 76.33 acres that is a secluded & bountiful sanctuary located in Sweet Home less than 2 hrs. from Houston? The property is less than 15 minutes from the Lavaca County Courthouse and CR 392 turns into a gravel road right at the first entrance of this acreage. This property has been in the Seller's family for over 100 years and it is the time for a new owner that will appreciate the many features it has to offer. There are so many beautiful locations for a homesite or weekend cabin.
The land is approximately 50% wooded with mature live oaks, pecan trees, and post oaks. The rolling acreage has scattered pecan trees, wild plum motts, wild grapes, and dewberries.The property's perimeter is fenced and has been planted with evergreen cedars and trees to provide year-round privacy and seclusion.
Since 1911, the land was subsistence farmed with an extensive variety of vegetables, crops, and livestock feeds on it's terraced hillside to supply food for a large family, cash crops, and a variety of livestock. There are over 98 species of mammals, birds, reptiles, and fish and over 140 species of trees, native grasses, vines, bushes, flowers, and forbs that have been identified and photographed!
Since 2005, the property has been managed by Seller's TPWD approved Wildlife Habitat Management Plan which provides an agricultural exemption and low taxes.
Three deer feeders have been used to feed high protein pellets and corn mixture all year round to supplement the natural food supply on the land which has successfully achieved the development of a sustainable whitetail deer herd of over 3 dozen deer while also providing food to native turkey, doves, rabbits, and etc... Russian boars and wild hogs are excluded from the feeders and provide year-round hunting of hogs up to 300 lbs.
The pond and wet weather creek provide water and a natural habitat for the wildlife. The pond is stocked wth red-ear perch, catfish, and bass.
Since the land has not been grazed by cattle since 2004, the native grasses grow thick and tall providing cover for wildlife and feed for cattle, horses, or other livestock. The property has a water well and softener housed in a small building to protect it from winter freezes. A 45' x 20' metal RV canopy building has been built to sustain certified hurricane strength winds. There is electricity and a utility building for your washer, dryer, freezer, and etc. There are 2 larger outbuildings and a barn complete with feeder troughs, cattle chute, and pens. A special WOW factor is the "Circle of Oaks" determined by the Seller to be over 1,000 years old! The 34 ft. Hitchhiker 5th wheel RV and tractor with implements are not part of the real estate, but can be purchased separately at the close of the property. Call J.A. Loredo Properties to arrange for a showing of this one of a kind, bountiful secluded sanctuary!
J.A. LOREDO PROPERTIES WILL GLADLY CO-BROKER WITH OTHER AGENTS IF THEY ARE PRESENT AT THE FIRST AND ALL OTHER SHOWINGS.
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Minerals Conveyed: None
District: Sweet Home
In Hallettsville at the intersection of Hwy. 90A & Hwy.77 (Valero Station), travel 3.7 miles on US Hwy 90-A West. Turn left onto US 77-A and go 7.2 miles. Turn left on FM 531 and go .6 mile. Turn right on CR 392 and go .9 mile. The property and sign will be on your left.