Keller Williams Realty
*Sold 1/7/22 for over list price at $900,000 in 14 days*
Escape the city to this rural oasis with a gorgeous, large Austin Stone home with metal roof and countryside views plus 51 acres for ranching, hunting, enjoying the peaceful setting, and making memories. Built in 2003, the 4,358 sq. ft. 4-bedroom home sits high on the property for optimum views with a porte-cochère entry and 1,028 sqft northeast-facing covered back porch. Outbuildings abound, with 3,295 sq. ft. of sheds, 2,756 sq. ft. of barns plus pens and corrals, 890 sq. ft. of utility buildings, including old office space at barn. The high-ceiling large den includes a brick fireplace and wall of windows. Large farmhouse kitchen with an island bar and spacious walk-in pantry will accommodate your biggest holiday dinner prep. Main bedroom suite is on one side with the other three bedrooms on the other, off the den/game room where there is a 2nd fireplace. Two bonus rooms, an office plus a craft room/second office off the main bedroom provide abundant space. Floors are hardwood, stained concrete, and tile, giving you luxury in the country. The 50-acre pasture is cross-fenced, includes two ponds, has approximately 1,860 feet of frontage on CR 115, and is AG exempt. It’s located just 25 minutes from Temple, one hour from Waco, and one hour from north Austin. All measurements & boundary lines are approximate, buyer to verify.
Current driveway entrance is an easement from the neighbors and does not convey. Seller will complete a new 10-foot gravel driveway entrance before closing.
Sellers will retain all taxidermy game trophy mounts in the house. There is a verbal grazing lease in place. Buyers may be able to negotiate a new lease with the cattle rancher. A Bell Milam Falls water line easement is on the property.
New survey is needed.
LOCATION - Just 25 minutes from Temple, one hour from Waco, and one hour from north Austin.
LAND - The 51-acre property is fenced and cross-fenced, includes two ponds, has approximately 1,860 feet of frontage on County Road 115, is in ag valuation, and has been used as cattle pasture for decades.
UTILITIES - Heart of Texas Electric, Bell-Milam-Falls Water, Hughesnet Internet.
TAXES - Milam County, Buckholts ISD, Elmcreek Watershed, Estimated Taxes, $8,165 (without exemptions)
MINERALS - Minerals are unknown and will not be reserved.
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