Location:   

This ranch is located only 35 driving miles southwest of downtown Houston (21 miles as the crow flies) in Fort Bend County, near the community of Thompsons, TX.  It is approximately 15 miles from Sugar Land/Richmond/Rosenberg.  The ranch is situated at the end of paved FM 2759, across the Brazos River from Sienna Plantation.


Vegetation: Approximately 65% of the ranch is covered in hundreds of big live oaks and pecans. There are also many sycamores, elms, and a few big cottonwood trees.  Approximately 35% of the ranch is open pasture with scattered trees and brush.

Terrain: The ranch consists of fertile rolling bottomlands, with dark productive soils. The Brazos River stretches along the Eastern border of the ranch for 4,200 feet, with half of the river frontage being on the high side of the Brazos, giving breathtaking views of the Brazos River Valley. The property has a good balance of open pasture and heavily wooded areas with large live oaks, pecans, elms, and other mature trees. The native grasses are great for grazing cattle.

Hunting:  With all the water and native woodlands, the ranch provides a fantastic habitat to all kinds of wildlife. There are white-tail deer, hogs, dove, ducks, and geese. This area is well-known for its duck and goose hunting in the winter months. Also, the Brazos River offers fishing.  The Owner also has an additional 177 acres next door leased for the hunting for the next 15 years, and it will transfer to the Buyer.

Water:  The ranch is bordered on the East by 4,200 feet of the Brazos River. About half of the river frontage is on the high bank, and half is a stretch of the low bank, allowing for great fishing along sand bars. There are also 2 water wells with electric submersible pumps.

Improvements:  The ranch has a 3 bedroom/2 bath house with a game room, living room, and small kitchen.  The home did not flood during Hurricane Harvey.  There is also a wooden barn used for storage.  The ranch is perimeter fenced and cross fenced with 5-strand barbed wire fencing.  There are 12 box blinds and feeders on the property which will convey with the sale.

Minerals: No mineral rights convey for the owner does not own any.  There is some production on the ranch, which provides some very good gravel ranch roads to travel on.

Price: $5,000/acre. Cash at closing.

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