Cattle, Hay, Recreation or Weekend Getaway in Robertson County Texas
This 124 acres of fertile land in Robertson County contains native grasses, livestock pens and Willow Creek running through the eastern side. You have a choice of three entrances along Texas Highway 7 and a total road frontage of over 2,800 feet. Located in the Brazos Valley region of Texas, this ag exempt land is situated ideally between Houston and Dallas with a quick 25 minute drive to I-45. The property has always been used for cattle grazing and some hay production, but holds wildlife such as deer, turkey, ducks and dove.
Land: Lying just 15 miles Southwest of Lake Limestone, this 124 acres are prime for a cattle operation or a recreational tract. The SW corner of the property provides great views looking down and across the land towards Willow Creek. Closer to Highway 7, near the entrance, you will find a small three-sided livestock shelter and holding pens. Willow Creeks cuts through the property on the eastern back portion of the land and separates about 30 acres via a rocked low water crossing. Multiple species of hardwoods are found on the three sides of the property as well as the entire creek.
Location: This property is located 8 miles west of Marquez, TX, 20 miles to Franklin, TX, 50 miles to Bryan-College Station and 20 minutes from Interstate 45.
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