388 +- acres with Log Home
Property Type Farm & Ranch
174 PR 752
Lohn, TX 76825
County McCulloch
City Region Brady
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Half Bathrooms 1
Sq. Ft. 2270
Lot Size 388+- Acres
Price $1,875,000.00
Price Per Acre $0.00

Wow! 388 +/- acres in the heart of Texas, just a short drive to Brady sits one of the best combined use properties that you will find. The undulating terrain offers distant views of the beautiful countryside. Oak trees scattered among the large mesquites, elms, hack berries and an excellent variety of deer forbs and wildlife cover. Winding across the property is a seasonal creek that helps feed four surface tanks while providing character to the terrain and cover for the wildlife. Grazing is abundant for livestock and a spraying program has eliminated 95% of the cactus. Good fences embrace the perimeter and there is a well-crafted pipe working pen that includes head gates, and a calf table. You will also appreciate the equipment building/barn and a sea container that conveys with this wonderful fully operational ranch.

Perched on the hillside overlooking a lake that swells to over 6 acres when full is a large, impressive log home. The covered tile porch wraps around the house and an oak shaded deck extends the outside living area on the back of the home overlooking the private lake. As you enter the home, you immediately notice the fine craftsmanship, the open concept and the beautiful view to the back. The floors are pegged and the stone fireplace was restored from an historic home and offers a warm reception. An eat-at bar sits between the open living/dining area and the kitchen. A bay window offers spectacular views from the kitchen that is updated with all new GE slate appliances. Off the kitchen sits a large utility. Downstairs offers a master suite complete with two separate vanity areas a Jacuzzi tub, a separate shower. And a walk-in closet. Two bedrooms and another full bath can be found upstairs. The beautiful craftsmanship can be seen from doors to ceilings and are highlighted by the light through the windowed dormers. You will love the storage and appreciate the doors imported from Montana and the kitchen cabinets from a reclaimed tobacco barn in Kentucky. You will feel the cozy and warm invitation throughout this unique, rustic charmer.

This all electric home is part of a rural water co-op in nearby Doole. There is a matching two-car carport that includes an extra storage area. Peach and nectarine trees can be found in the garden area where you can grow your own fresh veggies.

A paved farm to market road gives access to the front of the property and the back of the property is bordered by a county road. The interior road system is easily navigated and the front entry is covered in crushed granite leading to the home. Please contact Lance May at Jay May Real Estate in Brady, Texas for more information.

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