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Serenity in the Country

959 Loma Road

$737,000

Property Details

  • Price:$737,000
  • Acres:83
  • County:Grimes
  • Address:959 Loma Road
  • City:Bedias
  • State:Texas
  • Zip:77831
  • Bedrooms:2
  • Baths:1
  • Status:Available
  • Type:Farms, Horse Property, Ranch, Residential Property

Property Description

The perfect 83+/- acre country retreat with brand new custom "small house" offers open living, 2 sleeping lofts, whole house backup generator, screened porch and large windows. Home is built with energy efficient appliances, windows and insulation. Remodeled Entertainment/Party barn with new kitchen and bath amenities, mini-split AC/Heat and washer/dryer hookups. Add bunks for the kids, roast marshmallows over the wood stove. 30'x75' metal equipment barn has milled asphalt surface on clay base with 3 large swinging doors. New well house and water system with softeners and chlorinator. New aerobic septic system. Fenced, cross fenced pastures, 35 acres is heavily wooded with trails and excellent hunting. Ride your horses, 4 wheelers, enjoy the serenity of this location. Beautiful home sites among huge trees offer room for additional expansion. Property lies in both Walker and Grimes Counties. Choice of Anderson/Shiro or Huntsville schools. Easy drive to Huntsville, College Station.

LOCATION:
Stunning 83+/- acre ranch is waiting for you and your family to relax on the front porch of a cozy, quiet custom “small house” untethered from traffic and electronic devices and still less than an hour from The Woodlands and College Station. Travel IH 45 to Huntsville, TX and exit Highway 30 west. Around fifteen miles or so to Loma Roam on your right. Gravel road for six miles takes you past beautiful ranches to your private home away from home nestled in nature.
From College Station, Roans Prairie, Richards, proceed east on Highway 30 to Grimes County 228, turn left, drive to Loma Road, turn left. At Mustang Cemetery, go right on Loma (just past Dickey Loop) gate on left.

LAND, WATER, TOPOGRAPHY:
This beautiful property showcases the ultimate in densely timbered sandy soil recreational property. Winding, well-maintained county road to your drive with a mix of 48 acres of open pasture for grazing horses or livestock and 35 acres of dense woods and thick brush, ideal cover for whitetail or exotics. Water features at every turn, with two drainage tributaries and four ponds ensure this acreage is a wildlife viewing corridor. Good roads throughout the ranch lead to winding trails through tall mixed hardwoods and pines over gently rolling acreage, enough space for ATVs and four-footed friends to explore. Elevation shows high points around 354 feet, an excellent future homesite.

WILDLIFE, HUNTING:
The beauty of the woods on this ranch cannot be overstated. It is a wonderful place to live, relax, raise children and animals, entertain friends and family, picnic, hunt, hike, take walks and runs, and ride horses. The wildlife is one of the greatest pleasures of this property with a human siting of an albino deer and a game camera siting of a cougar. The wildlife typical of this area you might see range from spotting turkeys, rabbits, bobcats, deer, fox or coyote and the sounds of croaking bullfrogs on summer nights. The water courses provide great habitat for the migration of wildlife. Certainly, there are fox and coyote, as well.

NEW IMPROVEMENTS:
The “Small House”- Larger than a “tiny” house, this custom, new construction offers 787 square foot cabin, built in 2019 by Jacob Perry, large screened porch entryway, open kitchen with poplar countertops, a large window sitting room, kitchen open to living area and two lofts with queen beds at each end of the main high ceiling living space. Engineered vinyl plank flooring throughout is accompanied by mini-split AC/Heat system, and generator powered energy efficient appliances, countertop range and propane hot water on demand heater. Several seating areas are nestled in the trees outside the house for coffee and conversation. The acreage is cross fenced for managing grazing in your herd and a privacy fence feature on the shared property line as well as recently planted tree saplings. There are two excellent home sites on the property nestled in the woods behind the cabin and barn improvements.
Well House: The new well house holds a state of the art water filtration system with purification and chlorination. The building exterior is in keeping with the cabin and holds storage loft above.

ENTERTAINMENT/PARTY BARN:
This wonderful entertainment/ party barn has been remodeled with living quarters featuring new kitchen and bath amenities, mini-split AC/Heat and washer/dryer hookups. Add bunks for the kids, roast marshmallows over the wood stove and host cookout parties in this fun gathering space.
Equipment Barn: The 30’x75’ metal equipment barn has a milled asphalt surface on clay base with 3 large swinging doors for storing equipment and tools out of the elements.
Minerals: There is no production and the ranch is not currently leased. Deitra Robertson Real Estate, Inc. suggests all buyers engage a real estate attorney or landman to assess the mineral estate on any property.
Summary: Doesn’t it feel good to think about a quiet place to escape for the weekend and leave it all behind? This is it! #findyourplace #weekendwalkinthewoodscabin #buildonyourland

Property Map / Directions

From College Station, Roans Prairie, Richards, proceed east on Highway 30 to Grimes County 228, turn left, drive to Loma Road, turn left. At Mustang Cemetery, go right on Loma (just past Dickey Loop) gate on left.


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