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113 Properties:

$452,900
6500 FM 2028 Brady TX 76825  |  McCulloch County
129.4 acres
129.4 LmcMore Detail +
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DeBord Real Estate , DeBord Real Estate
Small ranch close to Brady with lots of frontage on Brady Lake. It also has a neat charming, 3BR/2BA, rock home with a metal roof, CH/CA and fireplace. A shop, storage building, set of metal pens an...
$2,250,000
292 PR 642 Brady TX 76825  |  McCulloch County
0 Acres in McCulloch County, TexasMore Detail +
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Ebby Halliday Real Estate, Inc. , Ebby Halliday Real Estate, Inc.
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$645,000
Brady TX 76825  |  McCulloch County
85 acres
Voca TX RiverfrontMore Detail +
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Tyler Wright , FINDARANCH.com
Hill country property with live oak trees, San Saba river frontage and beautiful views. The property slopes from north to south toward the river. The central portion has an elevation drop into the flo...
$15,000
Block C Meadow Creek Brady TX 76825  |  McCulloch County
1.6 acres
1.6 Acres in McCulloch County, TexasMore Detail +
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Jay May , Jay May Real Estate
BUILDING SITE- This 1.6 acre consists of lots 4-6 Block C Meadow Creek. Located at the end of 2nd Street, this is a secluded area. The lots have rolling topography and is pastureland. ( live oaks, ...
$240,000
2005 S. Bridge Brady TX 76825  |  McCulloch County
0.77 acres
0.77 Acres in McCulloch County, TexasMore Detail +
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Jay May , Jay May Real Estate
!!! Located on a 'high traffic count' street of Brady, this COMPLEX has lots to offer. A ***6,800 sq. ft. metal WAREHOUSE with 4 Bens, Workroom, bathroom, spacious area with large roll up door ent...
$65,000
807 West 17th Brady TX 76825  |  McCulloch County
0.21 acres
0.21 Acres in McCulloch County, TexasMore Detail +
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Jay May , Jay May Real Estate
Unique building *(384 sq. ft.)located on corner lot *(66' x 140') in a very 'high traffic' count area of town. This structure is designed so that it can easily be altered to accomodate various types...
$45,000
107 Nueva Dr. Brady TX 76825  |  McCulloch County
0.15 acres
0.15 Acres in McCulloch County, TexasMore Detail +
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Jay May , Jay May Real Estate
Looking for an affordable 3 bedroom home? This well maintained frame home is wood siding with brick accient on the front, composition roof, carport, and extra storage. There is central heat and w...
$40,000
1105 West White Brady TX 76825  |  McCulloch County
6 acres
6 Acres in McCulloch County, TexasMore Detail +
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Jay May , Jay May Real Estate
Tree covered acreage with beautiful Live Oak Creek frontage. Entrance is off White Street and property is along the West Banks of Live Oak Creek. In the City Limits, yet secluded acreage along the l...
$87,500
107 East Main Brady TX 76825  |  McCulloch County
0.06 acres
0.06 Acres in McCulloch County, TexasMore Detail +
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Jay May , Jay May Real Estate
SPACIOUS office building on Brady town square. This ** 2,158 sq. ft. building has attractive stone accented front that is well windowed and faces the McCulloch County Court House. Entering the f...

Brady, TX Land Info

Texas is the country's biggest agricultural state. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $11.18 billion to the Texas economy, or one percent of overall state GDP (placing it third among all U.S. states for income generated through farming and agricultural activities). Approximately 71 percent of Texas's annual revenue from farming is from livestock products (classified as cattle, poultry, sheep and pigs). The other 29 percent comes from crops. The Texas farm economy is largely driven by its vast livestock interests, which including cattle farming, breeding and various feed crops. Cotton is also a large state crop, accounting for almost a third of all cotton grown in the United States. According to 2012 U.S. Census data, there were 248,809 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 130.2 million acres (or the equivalent of 76 percent of the overall state land area).

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