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1215 HWY 237 Burton, TX 77835
Listing 88344437
  • acres 60
  • Status Sold
  • Year Built 1920
  • Property Type Farm

About This Property

Fabulous rolling property with several distinct hilltops offering wide-open views of the entire countryside! The main house has been beautifully renovated inc. GE Profile appliances, built in Miele espresso machine, ultimate wine cooler, marble counters plus more!! Downstairs: two bedrooms, 2.5 bath (master suite is down with an adjacent study); formal dining; kitchen with breakfast bar open to huge breakfast room/sitting area; den with fireplace. Upstairs: one bedroom; one bath; game room PLUS a 400+/- sq ft attic area that could be easily finished out but is now great storage space!

There is a seasonal creek that traverses the property and two scenic ponds; a separate vintage guesthouse (needs to be renovated); plus two barns. The land is absolutely SPECTACULAR with fantastic long VIEWS! Offered FURNISHED.

157 Total acres of Rolling Hills, Love Oak Trees, Three Ponds and a turn-key house with barns. there is also a property with horse stalls, a Pavillion, barn and a home to be restored.



The land was spectacular but the seller wanted to create a subdivision. Now came the challenge with Washington County road and bridge, the appraisal district, surveyors road builders and everyone you can think of to create a small subdivision.

This was going to be an exciting challenge. It was going to take research, creativity, and lots of travel back and forth to Washington County to get the correct answers.

  1. Finding the right people who were the decision makers so that everything would be legal
  2. Going back and checking with everyone you met three times to confirm you had the correct answers and the right information
  3. Create legal easements with two separate entrances
  4. Truth in disclosure and never waste anyone’s time, it is a long drive to come see these Ranches and Farms.



I knew this property would go fast so this was more about calling past and current clients that would be good stewards of the land.

My photographer and I  spent hours on that land so that we could highlight the beautiful aspects of the property.  The  land and ponds looked dreamy and the buildings became secondary to the land.

I basically hand picked a few people and made phone calls for this special property and had the first three tracts under contract right away.

The owners of those tracts ended up buying half the land and the balance was sold to another party.