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Black Bridge Ranch is a rare opportunity to have over 4 miles of Brazos River frontage in the heart of Central Texas.

Enjoy several amazing views of the river from multiple lookout points. The ranch at 10987 FM 979 in Cameron, TX, has a lush, rolling terrain with very mature hardwoods throughout.

This spectacular Central Texas ranch features more than four miles of frontage on the mighty Brazos River. In addition to the Brazos frontage, there are six stock ponds and two water wells

Black Bridge Ranch features a wide variety of varying terrain, from rolling hills sprinkled with beautiful old live oaks, to productive bottomland and sandy beaches. The soil varieties on the property include Travis loamy fine sand, Desan loamy fine sand, Yahola loam, Gaddy fine sandy loam, Edge-Gullied land complex, and Chazos loamy fine sand.

Much of the property is currently used for grazing and hay production. There are approximately 46 acres under cultivation for hay production.

There is a two-bedroom farm house located on the property. The house has a water well servicing the residence. The ranch has perimeter fencing on all sides except where the property borders Brazos River. The property is cross-fenced and has a set of wooden working pens.

Black Bridge Ranch is blessed with some excellent hunting throughout the property. There is an abundance of whitetail deer, and the river provides an excellent habitat for these majestic animals. Fantastic duck hunting can be found along the banks of the river as well.

The ranch is 45 minutes from College Station, 1 hour and 45 minutes from Austin, 2 hours from Houston, and 2 hours and 30 minutes from Dallas.

For more ranches throughout Texas, see briggsfreeman.com. President and CEO Robbie Briggs independently owns and operates Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty with offices in Dallas, Fort Worth, Uptown, Lakewood, Ranch and Land, The Ballpark and Southlake.

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