The Red Hill Retreat is a picturesque 22-acre property in Bedias, TX, with a healthy mix of about 70% pasture and 30% wooded. Among the dense woods on the south end of the tract, you’ll find mature Post Oaks and Loblolly Pines. A small pond will greet you as you enter the property. This pond has been more than sufficient to supply water to the livestock that graze this property. You’ll also find an abundance of wildlife, including whitetail, hogs, and numerous varmints. Given the gently sloping terrain and incredible views, this property would make for a great homestead or weekend getaway.
These 22 acres of ag-exempt land have 10’ of elevation change from north to south. A small tank resides on the front portion of the property. Trees species observed on the property include Loblolly Pine, Post Oak, Water Oak, Honey Locust, and Eastern Red Cedar. The shrub and forb layer is comprised of Yaupon, Green Briar, Frostweed, and Texas Groundsel. Grasses observed on the property include Little Bluestem, Bushy Bluestem, Paspalum, King Ranch Bluestem, and Rescuegrass.
There is approximately 300’ of CR 133 Frontage. The property is fenced on three sides with four-strand barbed wire. Electricity is available at the road. Water well needed- surrounding water wells are approximately 450’ deep.