Prime cattle ranch just outside of the Burlington area of north Milam County. This property has rolling hills, plentiful grazing, and several ponds. This property has historically been used for cattle grazing thanks to its fertile, well drained soils. Two ponds are in place, the largest being nearly 2 acres. This pond would serve well for cattle and livestock or for catching fish on a summer evening. Although it's open, there is still plenty of wildlife in the area as well. There are several hilltop home sites and places to build cattle pens, barns and more. There are some scattered trees that dot the property, but for the most part, this property is open for grazing. One large power line cuts across the property. An ag exemption is in place leading to lower property taxes. This property is accessed off of CR 133A, which dead ends into the property. CR 133 A is a short road that comes off of FM 1445 which is paved. Located approximately 1 hour from Waco and College Station and about 1.5 hours from the Round Rock area.