Offa's Place Description: Offa's Place is a generational family property sitting just north of Waco, TX. It is 526 +/- acres of multi-purpose land. This property has been in the family for 80+ years and is currently being utilized for recreational use, cattle grazing, and corn farming. Due to its close proximity to Interstate 35 and the growing city of Waco, it is sure to be in high demand for current or future development. This ranch is one of the largest remaining contiguous tracts in the area and is already surrounded with nearby small acreage developments. However, due to the size of the property, its layout, and some remaining larger acreage neighbors, it still maintains a high level of privacy and tranquility. Offa's Place is a great investment opportunity and provides the next owners with the ability to choose their own path and plan for the land moving forward. Location: Offa's Place is tucked away near the town of Ross, Texas. It is just a 20-minute drive north of Waco, and less than an hour and a half away from the DFW metroplex. The property has approximately 2250' of frontage on N Katy Road on the eastern boundary and access to the western boundary of the ranch via Taylor Lane. Land: Offa's Place has a canvas of land that allows it to be utilized as a multi-use property. The cornfields are in great harvest condition during the warmer months, and provide wonderful bird, deer, turkey, and hog hunting throughout the various seasons. The native pastures are productive for cattle grazing. Good fencing and cross fencing are in place. The soil consists of mostly Fairlie Clay and Branyon Clay. There is an elevation change of approximately 60' that slopes mostly east to west. There is a hill located near the center of the property that allows for a nearly 360-degree view of the entire ranch. Large native hardwoods have been left to line the edges of the agricultural fields and cattle pastures. These are both visually appealing and provide sight line breaks for privacy. Water: Offa's Place offers multiple water sources throughout the property. White Rock Creek runs through the western portion of the ranch. The property takes in both sides of the creek for approximately 2700'. White Rock Creek flows year-round in a normal year and deeper pools can be found within the ranch. There is an established crossing to get from one side of the creek to the other. There are two deeper ponds, less than an acre each, that hold water year-round and can provide fishing opportunities. There are numerous drainage corridors that feed several seasonal stock tanks for cattle and wildlife across the ranch. Buildings and Structures: There are four barns located on the property that differ in size and condition. They have varied in use over the years but are now predominately used as hay barns. The ranch includes a set of cattle pens. There is an abandoned home located on the eastern side of the property with power, water, and septic. There is another home located on the western boundary line of the property that is currently rented out to longtime tenants. No value has been placed on these buildings or structures. Other: A gravel road leads from N Katy Road to the abandoned home site. The property is under an agricultural tax exemption. Minerals - Contact broker for details. Numerous solar companies are very interested in this ranch due to its location and the transmission line that cuts through the very northeast corner of the property. The current owners are not interested in pursuing solar; however, it could be a very lucrative option for the next owners if the feasibility study comes back positive. Contact broker for additional details.