The property features a historic 3700 square foot house that was first built in 1885 once owned by J.C. Hill. It is featured in the book-- Texas Homes of the Nineteenth Century-- forwarded by Harry H. Ransom, Chancellor of the University of Texas at Austin. Professors of architecture at UT referred to the home as architecturally significant and important. The house features 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with updated features and fixtures. A new paint job brings this home to life inside and out. The kitchen has had several improvements with new cabinets, counters, sink and flooring. This historic home now has updated LED- motion lighting, new breaker boxes and a brand new A.C. unit. In addition to the bottom floor, there is an air conditioned enclosed porch that features new flooring and scenic views of the large acreage that surrounds. A recent electrical inspection has been completed. Water is provided to the property by Mercy Water Supply Corporation. In addition to the home there are 108 acres of gently rolling pastureland as well a mature stand of native hardwood and pine that spans over 80 acres accented by a beautiful 1.5 acre pond. There are 3 public roads accessible from the property giving plenty of options for configuration. If you are looking for a recreational getaway or a historical primary residence, this unique property is could be the country living you are looking for.
Map & Boundaries
Located east of I45. Take HWY 150 approx 10 miles FM 1725. Heading south east on 1725 the entrance will be located about 4 miles on the north side of FM 1725 (3603 FM 1725). Property also features frontage on Dabney Bottom Road (a.k.a FM 3081) and Hickory Hill Rd.