The Alessie Farm is a 46.19 acre property on FM 1875, northwest of Beasley, Texas. This property is well suited for a variety of uses including a weekend getaway, recreational activities, a rural home site, or development. The property is perimeter fenced with new hog tight fencing on three sides. It has 777.69 feet of paved frontage on FM 1875. The property has a depth of about 2,589 feet and is centrally crossed in a meandering fashion by Snake Creek. A unique feature of the property is that it includes a bridge over the creek which is maintained by Fort Bend County. The property has two water wells (4″ and 5″) with one being powered by a solar panel and the other by electricity that feeds off the power lines located along FM 1875. The farm has two rock water troughs, gravel access road, and improved pasture. Improvements include a 1,296 sf (36′ x 36′) barn that is improved with a second story living area (36′ x 12′). There is one pump house (64 sf), a loafing shed (8′ x 20′), and the barn includes 3 priefret stalls (12′ x 12′). The barn also has a shop area, a feed room, and a tack room. The property has one pipe line easement that parallels FM 1875 and there is some floodplain associated with the creek.