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Round Top Summer 2022

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Thrice-yearly antiques fairs, local eateries, watering holes, and rolling hills under a sky filled with stars — the country beckons more than ever. We scouted the Round Top area for the most picturesque farms and charming houses available for sale. BY CANDICE COWIN LOBLOLLY LAND PARADISE FOUND (Continued on page 58) IN AND AROUND ROUND TOP HOT PROPS M ultiple opportunities for development, investment, a dream ranch — or all of the above — located between Bastrop and Smithville. Water and electric are in place on this undeveloped acreage, which includes two ponds and about 840 feet of Highway 71 frontage. Large pond with fountain is located behind the four-board fence at entrance. The hard-packed road flows into a park-like setting with large trees. Back half of the property is a stunning forest, with thousands of loblolly pines planted in 2012. The property also includes an 800-square-foot barn with electric and bath, open pole barn, RV connections, and two large tents on platforms. 1298 E. Highway 71, Bastrop $4,500,000 Square Footage of Barn: 800 Acreage: 77.16 Contact: Linda Plant, Martha Turner | Sotheby's International Realty, 713.520.1981, F ertile acreage set on rolling terrain is a playground for local wildlife. Wet-weather creek, two ponds, and large live oaks dot the property. Only 13 miles from the property gate to the center of Round Top, and minutes to New Ulm, Shelby, and Industry. A new survey is available, and a wildlife tax exemption is in place. 000 Eckermann Road, New Ulm $2,299,000 Acreage: 71.850 Creek: Wet weather Ponds: 2 Contact: Round Top Real Estate, 979.249.5732, 56

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