1012 CR 438 , Lexington, TX 78947


1012 CR 438 , Lexington, TX 78947

$1,500,000 Lexington, TX 78947
  • 102 Acres
  • Lee County


UNIMPROVED LAND, HARD TO DUPLICATE OR RECREATE! 102.054 Wildlife-Exempt acres of gently rolling, post oak savanna grassland south of Tanglewood in northwestern Lee County, less than 5 miles from town that feels secluded and much bigger than a hundred acres. A 31-acre tract of land along Hwy. 77, owned by the Texas Land Conservancy, buffers the entrance and front end of the property, with generationally-owned, large-acreage neighbors to the north and east. The property is a 60/40 mix of woods and pasture with large post oak, water oaks, blackjacks and eastern red oak making up the bulk of the wooded areas, large open pastures of predominantly sandy/sandy loam soil are covered in native grasses and native plants with an incredible cover of native blue stem bunch grasses and boast a huge variety of wildflowers in the spring. Two stock ponds and an intermittent Brushy Creek tributary are meccas for native wildlife, including; white-tail deer, wild hogs, bobcats, coyotes and raccoons, a year-round artesian springs keeps them coming, even on the hottest days of a Texas summer and makes for good hunting or wildlife watching. The property also has multiple building sites with Southwest Milam County Water and Bluebonnet Electric already onsite, the perfect area for an amazing lake and a 40' storage container/weekend cabin is already in place for recreational weekend "glamping." Weekend recreational place or the perfect place to build a home, either way, it's good to go! Per owner - All minerals owned will convey as well as mineral surface rights - 100% water, 100% wind, 25% oil & gas.

Key Features

  • Property Type Farm
  • Acres 102 Acres
  • Zoning Farm
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  • Minerals Call for more info

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