Breaux Ranch is located in the western portion of Grimes county. This area is well known for its many lakes and rolling topography, the countryside in western Grimes county is picturesque. The ranch offers a beautiful custom-built home tucked in a mott of Post oak trees surrounded by multiple lakes and ponds, several of which are believed to be artesian. Beautifully manicured rolling pastures with hilltops and long views were thoughtfully developed throughout the ranch. Sand Creek runs through the middle of the ranch, this wet weather creek is lined with beautiful post oaks and water oaks, under their canopies are miles of trails to explore.
The ranch is located 15 miles southeast of College Station in Grimes County. The ranch has the following public road frontage: approximately 1000’ on FM 149 (main entrance). Approx. 4090’ on County Road 185 and approx. 640’ on County Road 186.
Topography, Rangeland & Habitat
A majority of the woods on the property are large stands of post oak trees, with scattered water oaks and live oaks. Several of the pastures on the east side have scattered pine trees. The pastures have been improved throughout the ranch. They are seasonally fertilized, sprayed with herbicides for weeds, and treated for gophers. The front pasture by the house is Bermuda for hay cutting and the back pastures have been planted with sprigs of Coastal.
The White-tailed Deer population is abundant across the ranch. With several arms of Sand Creek running through the ranch, the habitat creates excellent conditions for abundant deer on the ranch. The ponds and lakes scattered across the ranch are also home to Wood ducks year-round and the wintering population of ducks in the area is strong due to the close proximity to wetlands, roasting lakes, and river bottoms. Additionally, the owners have done a great job at controlling the wild pig population, the ranch has traps strategically set out around the ranch to keep the hog from rutting up the improved pastures.
There is a 2-story W.L. Martin Home Design custom-built home which was built in 2005. The home has 5 bedrooms, 4 full baths, and one-half bath. There is a large kitchen with a breakfast nook. Additionally, there is a living room, formal dining room, theater room, and office. The home has a two-car garage. The home is 4451 sq. Ft. Of heat and cool space with a slab measurement of 4920 sq. ft. according to the home plans. Fiber has been run to the home for high-speed internet, a unique feature in the country. Next to the home sits two barns approx. 1200 sq. ft. each, one is used to store equipment and the other has been converted to a party barn with a bar and roll-up doors on both sides for a cross-breeze.
Surrounding the house there are 4 ponds totaling approximately 3.9 surface acres of water. The ponds have been stocked with native bass, crappie, and catfish. Sand Creek traverses through the middle of the ranch, it is a wet weather creek, but it does trickle in months with higher rain totals. A great place to explore with the family. In the southern pasture, there are four small ponds for wildlife and livestock, two of which are believed to be artesian. A new lake has recently been constructed in the southwest pasture, it is estimated to be 1-2 acres when full. The home is serviced by county water
Electricity is found at various places throughout the ranch.