2963 S River Rd Cuero TX

$862,500

Property Details

  • Status:Available
  • Type:Farm/Ranch
  • MLS #:1556949
  • Year Built:1920
  • Sq. Feet:1,120

Property Description

This beautiful 98.93 acres just outside of Cuero is covered with prairie-like grass and clusters of live oaks throughout. You will be hard pressed to find a better home on the range on this ag-exempt grassland with three ponds and room for livestock to roam. This gorgeous property would make the perfect home to raise a family close to town and still be able to explore the wide-open spaces. The mostly flat country pasture is full of native grass making it perfect for cattle or other livestock. This acreage is 85% cleared pasture with scattered live oaks and grand post oaks. Hay production on the back portion of the property is a possibility, and a small sand and gravel area on the north side provides a resource to fix internal roads as needed. Three ponds near the front of the property provide water for livestock and wildlife. Improvements include an old two-story farmhouse and some old storage barns in need of repair. The low perimeter fence is mostly 6-strand with cedar and metal tee posts in excellent to good condition. Electricity is in place along with a water well. There is a gas pipeline easement bisecting the back portion of the property. 25% mineral rights available. Agricultural tax valuation; 2020 taxes were $1,228.


Community Information

  • Address:2963 River Rd Cuero, TX 77954
  • County:De Witt
  • City:Cuero
  • Zip Code:77954

School Information

  • School System:Not Applicable
  • High School:Not Applicable
  • Middle School:Not Applicable
  • Elementary School:Not Applicable

Property Features

  • Restrictions:None
  • Water:Large Tanks,Small Tanks
  • Sewer:Septic
  • Utilities Available:Electricity,Water
  • Utilities on Site:Electricity,Water
  • Road Frontage:County,Paved

Tax and Financial Info

  • Proposed Terms:Cash,Conventional
  • Total Tax:1228
  • Available Documents:Aerial


River Rd Cuero TX 77954



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