Reid’s Prairie Ranch
641+/- acres of prime Waller County recreational investment land. The largest unimproved tract in Waller County currently on the market has minimal floodplain and no restrictions. A beautiful mix of improved pasture and native woodland, this diverse ranch could be used for development, a large ranch homestead, a weekend getaway, or a full-scale retreat. With over 6,700’ of frontage, this property has development potential and could take advantage of the 8” G&W Water Supply Corporation’s waterline along the north side of Reid’s Prairie Road.
Just east of the intersection of FM 362 and Reid’s Prairie Road, and only 45 minutes from Houston.
The old homestead house is a rustic renovation or tear down. There is a newly-renovated water well on the old homeplace tract near the middle of the ranch. The ranch’s permiter fences are in fair condition.
Owned in the same family for generations, this 641-acre ranch is a unique and practical ranch with a lot of potential. The habitat is a mix of open, improved grasslands and woodlands typical of the southern post-oak savannah. Post oaks, loblolly pines, and cedar elms make up the bulk of the tall treest, and the understory is diverse and valuable to the local wildlife. The soils hold water in key areas but drain well throughout.
While primarily managed for grazing over the last several decades, the property has been taken care of and sports healthy populations of white-tailed deer, migratory ducks and other birds, small game, and feral hogs. Birding in this area is better than average, especially in the spring. The tall hardwoods make this a perfect ranch for bowhunting, and one could imagine a high-fenced white-tailed deer sanctuary where archery hunting is second-to-none.
The current 1-d-1 Open Space Valuation for Agriculture resulted in 2019 taxes of ~$600.
There is an 8” G&W Water Supply Corporation line on the north side of Reid’s Prairie Road with a $2,600 tap fee. G&W staff claims it is possible to bring the waterline under Reid’s Prairie Road.
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Craig grew up in a farming and ranching environment in northwest Texas. He holds a B.S. in Wildlife Ecology and an M.S. in Agricultural Economics, both from Texas A&M University. Craig has managed private real estate transactions, mineral and wind lease negotiations, condemnation proceedings, hunting operations, and commercial ranching and farming operations. He is a licensed Broker (TREC #590507), a Registered Property Tax Consultant (TDLR #11201), and an experienced wildlife biologist, holding the Associate Wildlife Biologist accreditation with the National Wildlife Society. Craig has served on the steering committee for Texas Outdoor Partners, and advisory boards for the Texas Youth Hunting Program and the Texas Big Game Awards and is an Official Measure for The Boone & Crockett Club. Craig won the title of 2016 Western Region High Producer for the national Keller Williams LAND division.
This Land style property is located in is currently and has been listed on Grand Land Company. This property is listed at $ 7,995,000. It has bedrooms, bathrooms, and is 641 acres. The property was built in year.