Austin Bayou Ranch
Austin Bayou Ranch is at the top of our list for recreational and cattle ranches. The present owner has been stewarding this property for over 25 years. Austin Bayou Ranch is located in Brazoria County on the south side of paved County Road FM 208 just 3.3 miles southeast of Danbury Texas. Below there is a strong description of this beautiful ranch. Some cattle and equipment may be available to purchase from the owner. If you have any questions please call 713-444-4114 immediately for answers and a tour of this Texas treasure.
Structure Improvements Include:
80ft x 80ft galvanize covered equipment barn
90ft x 90ft welded pipe cattle working pens
Grasses and Trees:Jiggs Bermuda in the hayfield,Native grasses,Other improved grasses
Over a mile of live oaks and any other trees are the east and south boundaries
Electricity line along FM 208
Electricity to the covered equipment barn
Entrance and Fencing:
Wooden entrance with steel gate
Mesh wire fencing and wooden post on three sides
Water and Irrigation:
One water well and pump the depth is estimated at 30 feet
Cement water trough
Underground water lines supplying water troughs
Eight-inch underground water irrigation pipe
State of Texas water pumping permit for Austin Bayou
Austin Bayou on the east side over 5000 feet
Eagle Gully on the south side over 2500 feet
Crushed rock from the entrance to the equipment barn
There are over four miles of slightly elevated roads throughout the ranch
Wildlife and Fish:Whitetail deer,Coyotes, Hogs,Varmints,Song Birds,Dove,Ducks,Geese,
Austin Bayou has both freshwater and saltwater depending on the time of year.
Catfish and other freshwater fish,Redfish and other saltwater fish
Location and distance to towns and cities: Danbury 3.3 miles,Angleton 9 miles,Santa Fe 25 miles,Houston 48 miles
Nearby Wildlife Refuge:
The Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge is 3 miles to the east down FM 208 it is a 44,414-acre wildlife conservation area along the coast of Texas (USA), east of the towns of Angleton and Lake Jackson, Texas. It borders a bay on the Intracoastal Waterway, behind a barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico.
Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge, east of Lake Jackson, along the coast of southeast Texas.
Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1969 and provides quality habitat for wintering migratory waterfowl and other birdlife. The refuge contains a freshwater slough that winds through salt marshes.
In winter, more than 100,000 snow geese, Canada geese, pintail, northern shoveler, teal, gadwall, American wigeon, mottled ducks, and sandhill cranes fill the numerous ponds and sloughs to capacity. In summer, birds which nest on the refuge include 10 species of herons and egrets, white ibis, roseate spoonbill, mottled duck, white-tailed kite, clapper rail, horned lark, seaside sparrow, black skimmer, and scissor-tailed flycatcher.
Three national wildlife refuges on the Texas coast – Brazoria, San Bernard, and Big Boggy – form a vital complex of coastal wetlands harboring more than 300 bird species.
Question’s please call Trey Bonner 713-444-4114
BUYER’S BROKER TERMS:
Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of the management of the Company.
If a Buyer Prospect makes an initial contact with our Company and then later brings in other Broker, after the fact, the other Broker shall not be entitled to fee participation and the Buyer shall be responsible for paying the other Brokers fee, if any.
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