1224 Gonzales County Road 404 - Flatonia 78941, Gonzales County

104050
For Sale
$399,000
Farm & Ranch
Land Only
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Land Information

42.35 Acres
$0.00
Negotiable
Well, Septic
Gravel Road, County Road
Barns
Pond
Partially Wooded
Mineral Lease

Tax Information

7003
$86.82 (This property qualifies for an ag exemption.)
Moulton I. S. D.
42.354 Acres, +/-. being part of the A. B. Hammett Survey, Abstract 281, as described in the Deed Records of Gonzales County, Texas, in Volume 854,, Page 285.

Additional Information

Cash, Conventional
Looking for that special secluded place with your own private lake in the front yard? Here is a beautiful potential waterfront site for building that special country home in the shade of the oak grove along the bank of the lake. (The site will have electricity, a water well and a septic system already in place, where a manufactured home will have been removed). The acreage is about half wooded with Deer and Turkey running everywhere. The hunting is superb, and the lake is stocked with channel catfish for your fishing pleasure. The kids and grandkids will love it! At 42+ acres the ranch is adequate, yet manageable, for a moderate livestock operation. The current owner is grazing cattle with a few quarter horses for their rodeo competition. The 2400 Sq. Ft. (per Gonzales County CAD records) pole barn contains an enclosed tack room for dry storage. Pursuant to an oil & gas lease, the property is currently in production. The producing well is located some few thousand feet away, down and across the county road from the subject property. The minerals are not offered for sale, but may definitely become negotiable. Call a Southern Properties agent today for additional information.

Note: - The present owner has a 3/2 manufactured home situated on the property. It will be moved away before the closing of any sales transaction. It is therefore not included in this offering.
From U.S. Highway 90, about 5 miles west of Flatonia, turn south on Cal Maine Road to the "T". Turn right on Gonzales County Road 401, then left on GCR 400, and then left on GCR 404. Follow the meanders of GCR 404 to "1224" on your right side of the road. Look for the green & yellow Southern Properties sign.