Honey Locust Ranch - Grimes County, Shiro, TX
This is a very nice property offering a great combination of wooded creek bottom, nice areas of open and gently rolling pasture with scattered trees, a small tank, and a couple of likely looking draws for additional pond creation. With this great variety, convenient access to Houston, College Station, and Huntsville, this is a great property for a game-day ranch house, country home place, or weekend retreat.
The ranch is located in Shiro, just off Highway 30 on FM 2620. Approximately 30 miles from College Station, 20 miles from Huntsville, and 80 miles from central Houston. The ranch is in the Anderson-Shiro Consolidated School District.
Topography, Rangeland & Habitat
The high side of the ranch offers approximately 20-25 feet of gentle relief dropping towards the wet weather creek that crosses the ranch, offering a great view corridor. Approximately 70 acres of this tract is open pastureland nicely broken up by scattered treelines and motts. Oaks, cedar elms, bois d’arc, mesquite, retama, and honey locust are among the tree species. Grasses are native and include Bahai and Bermuda.
Deer, hogs, and varmints are in the area and travel the wooded creek area.