P. O. Box 156, Cat Spring, TX 78933
email: nnaron@gmail.com
832-492-4244
        FOR SALE:  60 ACRES OF GORGEOUS LIVE OAKS IN CAT SPRING 
                    WITH 2,400 FEET OF SAN BERNARD RIVER FRONTAGE

The property is on the high side of the river and does not flood.  $17,500/acre
Rare opportunity - This property truly presents a "once-in-a-lifetime" opportunity to own such a beautiful place in a great location.

Quiet and private - The property is surrounded by large tracts and offers an abundance of peace, quiet and privacy.

Close to Katy & Houston - only 45 minutes to Katy, 20 minutes to Bellville, 20 minutes to Sealy.

Covered with large live oaks - many with trunk diameters greater than five feet!  

Over 2,400 feet of San Bernard River frontage with sandy bottom and banks and sparkling clear water.  Property is on the high side of the river and does not flood.

Three stocked ponds that have have never been dry, even during the droughts of 2011 and 2013.

Managed for wildlife for many years with a focus on songbirds, ducks, quail and ground-nesting animals.  Painted buntings, bluebirds and ducks nest every year near the ponds.  The property has an agricultural wildlife exemption in place.  

Board fencing on road frontage and 5-strand smooth wire along river frontage.

A wonderful property for recreation, raising animals and just enjoying life!

Bellville School District

To tour the property, complete the contact form below or call Nancy Naron at 832-492-4244.

Over 2,400 feet of frontage on the clear running San Bernard River
The San Bernard runs 10 months of the year and typically forms pools and runs beneath the sand in August and September.
The river meanders and invites you to see what is around the bend.
There is a driveway that winds through the trees the entire length of the property.
Large live oaks everywhere you look.
There are also water oaks, cedar and a few dogwood trees.
The largest tree on the property is over six feet in diameter.
Though the property is heavily wooded there are open areas that support wildflowers and animals.
The property has been under wildlife management for many years.
There are three ponds, the largest is approximately 1 1/2 acres.
Two of the ponds are surrounded on all sides by towering live oaks.
Wildflowers including red phlox, coreopsis, passion flower vine, and wild roses appear each spring.