The Lucky A Ranch, located six miles east of Navasota, is 388± acres of thoughtfully customized perfection about 72 miles from Houston.
Four-bar pipe fences are prominent. The pastures are improved, with mixed Bahiagrass, coastal Bermuda and mature trees. About 30 percent of the ranch is wooded providing native wildlife habitat.
Every pasture has either a lake, stock tank or water trough to provide for livestock and wildlife.
The ranch has two spring-fed lakes each five acres or larger, stocked with Florida bass, crappie and blue gills. There are also three spring-fed stock tanks, several springs and three wells.
The turnkey ranch has been a purebred 200-head, cow-calf operation, but could be a horse farm or a country getaway with income generating potential. A fenced lane transects the property, so livestock can be moved easily to the lighted and covered central working facility. Most ranch equipment will transfer with the sale.
The 5,000± square-foot house exemplifies one-of-a-kind rustic elegance where even the windowsills are granite in the three-bedroom (plus a flex room and office), three-and-a-half-bathroom house. The abundant granite and the hand-built, custom wood work featuring light-stained ash make a strong design statement.
The wood and granite are offset by natural light, soaring ceilings, open design, neutral color palette and handcrafted antler chandeliers. The all-electric kitchen with its custom cabinetry and large walk-in pantry features Wolf and Subzero appliances.
The front and back porches, encompassing 1,625 square feet, overlook professionally landscaped grounds.
A 24’x40’ covered patio is outfitted with a wood burning fireplace, a six-foot Bull barbecue pit, a granite bar and nine-foot granite-topped table as well as a sink, ceiling fans and a hand-crafted cedar ceiling.
An attached, oversized three-car garage can accommodate three Ford F-350 pickups.
There are seven metal outbuildings including: a hay barn (40’x100’ with a 30-foot lean-to), a combination equipment/hay barn (150’x125’ with a 20-foot unpaved lean-to provide covered storage for heavy equipment), feed room/storage building (25’x80’), RV storage building (45’x50’ with water, sewer and electrical hook-ups inside), air-conditioned workshop (22’x30’), an air-conditioned, insulated flex building (40’x25’ with a 14-foot roll-up door and 36-inch walk-in door that can be used as climate-controlled storage or a game room), and a three-sided storage building (45’x50’ attached to the back of the “flex” building.)
All are constructed on concrete pads that are at least six inches and reinforced for heavy-duty use. All hay and ranch equipment can be stored beneath a roof.
Contact Howard W. Hood at (830) 739-3815. Available for $7.5 million.
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