58.25 acre Riverfront Ranch in Waller County

Waller County

58 Acres


East Texas
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One family has owned this rare and remarkable Brazos river-front property for nearly 80 years. Located near Monaville, this ranch offers proximity to Houston and seclusion with road frontage on the dead-end Harper’s Church Rd. There is some roll to the land before you get to the magnificent views of the Brazos River. Although there is that drop-off before the river, a trail is navigable by foot to reach the river. There are more than 2,000 feet of river frontage. The ranch is currently under Ag exemption and produces hay which the owners allow a local third party to bale. There is electricity on the road and several obvious building sites for a home. If you like to hunt, the ranch has more than its’ fair share of deer, hogs, and predators. This property's location, river frontage, and beauty make it a great place for a second home, a recreational ranch to hunt and fish, and a great investment!

• Over 2,000 ft of rare Brazos river-front views
• Near Monaville - an hour or less from Houston, 30 minutes from Sealy
• Close to equal parts woods and open hay fields
• Electricity on the road
• Easy access and road frontage on Harpers Church Road
• Ag exemption in place
• Good wildlife population


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