The Wenzel Ranch is a 984.04 acre working cattle ranch that is located in a prime development corridor of Fort Bend County. The ranch has direct access and frontage on State Highway 36 (156.67FF) and nearly 1.5 miles (7,854FF) of frontage on the Brazos River. Although the ranch has direct river frontage it is on the high side of the river and includes only minimal floodplain. The ranch is improved with an attractive 2,547 square foot residence with 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms plus a large cover canopy area. There is also an attached metal shop that includes an additional restroom and air conditioned office. Other improvements include a 6,000 square foot insulated shop building, a great network of gravel interior roads, a set of livestock working pens plus very good perimeter and interior cross fencing. The ranch is well watered with several wells, livestock troughs, and ponds. There is also an attractive 12 acre lake that has a maximum depth of about 20 feet. This is a great working cattle ranch with recreational hunting which includes a designed marsh area for migratory birds. An additional attraction to the ranch is its tremendous location which places the ranch on the western edge of Rosenberg, Texas. The demand for development land in the area is tremendous. This site is well suited as an investment but market conditions are such that its attractiveness for near-term development is very good. There is a BNSF railroad nearby which creates additional development options for the land. It is rare to find such a large tract of land in this area of Fort Bend County that is not significantly impacted by floodplain. The ranch is crossed by two pipeline corridors but the location of the corridors is such that the use of the land is not hampered. This ranch represents an incredible opportunity to enjoy the recreational opportunities that it offers and yet be a tremendous investment with great development potential.