This historic farm abounds with charm and plenty of potential. Approximately 320 acres spread out from a two-story home, with good paved road frontage access an easy drive into Kenedy.
The 7 bed/2 bath home is believed to have been built sometime in the late 1800’s or early 1900’s. A new roof has been installed recently, and electricity and co-op water are hooked up. Original hardwood floors and beautiful period paneling make it seem as though you are passing through time when you walk through the door. The upstairs needs some work, but with the right plan and a little effort, this could be turned into a comfortable home or a venue for events. Great views of a large portion of the farm can be seen from the sunroom downstairs, and the kitchen is massive.
A diverse set of large trees surround the house, providing ample shade and places to sit and watch the South Texas sunsets. Several old outbuildings add to the charm of the property, including a building that was once used as a smokehouse.
Most of the property is dryland farm and is currently under lease through the end of the year. With some additional fencing and planting, everything could be turned into good pasture fairly quickly. There is are several patches of brush on the property, one of which harbors an old tank that could be a great source of water with a little work.
This farm has appealing possibilities as a homestead or a venue, and properties this size and with this much historic value do not come on the market often in this part of South Texas. The sellers may even be willing to negotiate a small fractional portion of the mineral rights with the right offer. A short drive into town but with plenty of privacy and all the views one could ask for, this is one worth seeing as soon as possible.
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