Sugar Land Brazos River Ranch


Contract Pending

Property Details

  • County: Fort Bend
  • Address: Champlin Road
  • Zip: 77469
  • Type: Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Property, Riverfront Property
  • City: Thompsons
  • Price: $2,200,000
  • Acres: 288
  • State/Zip: Texas 77469
  • Status: Contract Pending

TALB Member:

Matt Mann | Broker

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Property Description

Conveniently located approximately 10 miles from the intersection of Interstate 59 and Grand Parkway in Sugar Land, this 288 acres is near the small community of Thompsons, TX, across the Brazos from Sienna Plantation. This property has 2,200 feet of Brazos River high bank frontage, and is 70% heavily wooded with gigantic live oaks and pecans. Good for hunting deer and hogs, or grazing cattle.

Location: This ranch is located only 35 driving miles southwest of downtown Houston (21 miles as the crow flies) in Fort Bend County, near the community of Thompsons, TX. It is approximately 15 miles from Sugar Land/Richmond/Rosenberg. The ranch is situated on Champlin Rd (an all-weather gravel deeded easement road), 1/4 mile off of paved FM 2759, across the Brazos River from Sienna Plantation. The property has 700 feet of frontage along Champlin Rd.Vegetation: Approximately 70% of the ranch is heavily wooded with hundreds of big live oaks and pecans. Approximately 30% of the ranch is open pasture with scattered trees and brush. The native grasses and weeds are great for grazing cattle. There is a grazing lease currently in place.

Terrain: The terrain is relatively flat and consists of fertile bottomlands, with dark productive soils. The high bank of the Brazos River stretches along the Eastern border of the ranch for 2,200 feet, giving breathtaking views of the Brazos River Valley.

Development: Approximately 75% of the ranch is located in the floodway, and 25% is located in the 100 year floodplain. County regulations do allow for building in the 100 year floodplain according to certain standards, but not in the floodway. There are several potential homesites. This is not a development tract. The current highest and best use for this land is recreational, hunting, and grazing.

Hunting: With the river bottom and native woodlands, the ranch provides a fantastic habitat to all kinds of wildlife. There are white-tail deer, hogs, and dove. Also, the Brazos River offers fishing.

Water: The ranch is bordered on the East by 2,200 feet of the Brazos River. There are several water wells that are capped and not currently in use. There is one water well that is in use, equipped with a solar pump.

Improvements: Most of the ranch is perimeter fenced and cross fenced with 5-strand barbed wire fencing. There are 3 box blinds and feeders on the property which will convey with the sale. An electric line crosses the property. There is a mile of interior gravel roads, as well as several jeep trails through the thick woods.

Minerals: No mineral rights convey for the owner does not own any. There is some current production on the ranch, which provides some very good gravel ranch roads to travel on.

Easements: There is a railroad easement along north boundary line, and a pipeline easement.

Price: $2,200,000, or $7,638/acre. Cash at closing.

Taxes: Ag Exempt.

The information contained herein was supplied by sources believed to be accurate. Provider makes no representation as to the accuracy of the information contained herein and therefore assumes no liability for accuracy thereof. All terms and conditions are subject to change without notice. Property is subject to removal from marketplace without notice.

Property Map / Directions

From the 99/59 Intersection, go south on Crabb River Road (99) for 1.75 miles, turn right on MF 2759 (N Thompson Rd) and go 8.25 miles till it dead ends, turn right onto gravel Champlin Rd, cross over RR tracks and come to a locked gate.

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