19210 Lehane Circle
New Ulm, Texas - Austin County
✓5 Bedroom, 4.5 Bath Main Home ✓+/-4224 SF ✓+/-362.497 Acres ✓Guest Home
Doc’s Sweet Acres is an exceptional 362.749 +/- acre property (per ACAD), located between Cat Spring and New Ulm, in historic Austin County, Texas. Stunning live oaks and rolling hills greet you as you enter the main gate of this spectacular ranch.
The main home is an impressive 4,224 sq. ft. (per ACAD), 5/4.5, Texas ranch style home, with wrap-around porches, designed for family-time and entertaining. The layout of the home captures the breathtaking views of the rolling countryside, windmill, ponds, pool, fire-pit, and entertaining area. The multi-functional barn/shop, stables, loafing sheds, and an 1,848 sq. ft. (per ACAD) mobile home round out the improvements.
The ranch has impressive elevation change, is fenced/cross-fenced, ag. exempt, has sandy soil, improved grasses and grazing meadows for cattle, horses, and other livestock. Additionally, the ranch has densely wooded areas waiting to be explored. Numerous riding trails allow the rider to spot the many tree species; including massive live oaks, post oaks, water oaks, pin oaks, cedars, sycamores, and native forage. The combination of the above provides shelter and browse for the local wildlife that call the ranch home. There are three ponds and a live creek (Black Walnut Creek) that traverses through the west side of the ranch. Several wet-weather tributaries add additional splendor to the land.
A picturesque property with room for cattle, horses, family gatherings and guests, all only 45 miles from the Katy area. Come experience the natural beauty, peace, and tranquility that this ranch has to offer. This is a rare opportunity to own a large block of land in historic, and highly sought after, Austin County, Texas.