The 740 RanchBrazoria County
The 740 Ranch is a 94-acre working cow-calf operation surrounded by sanctitude in the heart of Brazoria County, 65 miles from downtown Houston and 40 miles from Surfside Beach. The Linville Bayou evenly snakes across the ranch center, sustaining wildlife and cattle operations with a constant water source and constant shelter beneath the thick canopy of colossal native Oak and Pecan trees lining its banks. The crowning jewel of the practically self-sustaining, entirely low-fenced 740 Ranch is its location and terrain. This opportunity of a lifetime shares its border with the neighboring National Wildlife Reserve fostering hundreds of wildlife species in over 2500 acres of advanced ecosystems.
Improvements: A low, barbed-wire fence retaining cattle operations circumvents the entire perimeter of The 740 Ranch. Cattle working pens, a large metal barn, and electric water well accommodate the property.
Terrain: Live Oak and Pecan trees continue away from the bayou banks through the grassy, level terrain, creating ideal locations for multiple home sites across the ranch. The 740 Ranch is a beautiful place to grow a cowherd, hunt, or relax and watch all the wildlife.