1037 Bostik Road, New Ulm, Texas, 78950
Your search for an agriculture investment ends here. Outstanding 60 acre offering in the highly sought after area of Cat Springs and New Ulm. A fantastic mix of thick stands of oaks and interspersed prairie creates beautiful landscapes with great views from multiple vistas. Easy access on deeded easement road directly off of Bostik Road creates an excellent opportunity as an investment property.
This hunting paradise located in the heart of Colorado County, Texas provides some of the finest waterfowl hunting the State of Texas has to offer, along with other prolific wildlife including whitetail deer, turkey, dove and the occasional wild hog. Perfect recreational property with approximatley 6,000 feet of San Bernard River frontage. The sporting opportunities are endless as this property affords ample cover, water, and resting places for wildlife.
The ranch is found in Colorado County in the Cross-Timbers ecological region of Texas. The ranch typifies this region of undulating lands dominated by belts of oaks among prairie grasslands. The area receives an average of 41.5” of rainfall per year.
This is a blank slate waiting for your own personal touch. This property has been in the same family for several generations. There are several older outbuildings on the ranch along with an older home that has been unoccupied for many years. Property is currently Ag Exempt. Properties like this are hard to find this close to Houston.
Only 3.8 miles from the quiet town of New Ulm, Texas and 20 minutes through the country from Sealy, Texas. Great get away place only one hour from the Greater Houston area. Great location between New Ulm and Cat Spring and minutes from I-10. Sought after location off Bernard Road / Bostik Road with large acreage properties as your neighbors. Short 30 minute scenic drive to Round Top, Texas.
Colorado County has been the site of human habitation for some 12,000 years. Within the historic period, the Coco branch of the Karankawa tribe hunted through the area, and Tonkawa Indians ranged up into the area from the south.
The territory that is now Colorado County was settled by Anglo colonists, many of whom belonged to Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred, beginning in 1821. When Sam Houston's army retreated from Gonzales after the battle of the Alamo, it camped on the east bank of the Colorado in Colorado County, and the Mexican army camped about two miles west of the river; the armies remained for seven or eight days. Other Mexican troops under Antonio López de Santa Anna arrived on March 25, 1836, and Houston ordered further retreat. During the Runaway Scrape hundreds of persons crossed the river at Benjamin Beeson's ford.
*All creeks and rivers in Texas are subject to fluctuating levels of flow and can go underground or even become dry at times based on rainfall and other conditions. We make no representation as to the permanency of this creek, river or spring as it exists today or at the time of your visits."