Situated on 225+ acres of rolling terrain, the iconic Diamond L Ranch is a fully updated, impeccably maintained, & thoughtfully curated property with unmatched recreational, entertainment, farm, equestrian, cattle, & commercial possibilities. This extraordinary property is designed to seamlessly & and simultaneously run a variety of businesses while having a private homestead retreat to live & entertain.
The fully updated property includes equestrian facilities designed for breeding & performance, cattle working pens planned to allow for an all-inclusive operation, a 32,000+ SF feed manufacturing, distribution, & storage facility, a 14,000+ SF commercial shop, 8 wells, 7 ponds, 9 cross-fenced pastures, high game fencing, concrete interior roads, 3 pecan orchards, & SO MUCH MORE!
The custom 44,600+ SF main home features a 10-car garage, a stunning 3,000+ SF primary suite, mother-in-law quarters, giant 1,700+ SF bunk room, 8 secondary bedrooms, 15 full baths, 11 ½ baths, 5 game rooms, a 4,500+ SF recreational pool area, indoor Endless pool, 600 KW generator, storm shutters on all windows, & extensive security features.
Fully loaded 2,300 SF commercial kitchen, huge dining room with extensive built-in serving area, processing room, large walk-in fridges & freezer, & commercial grade outdoor kitchen.
Other homes on the property include a recently remodeled Foreman’s house with 4,100+ SF, 4 beds & 3.5 baths, a cabin with 4 beds & 2 baths, & 3 apartments near the commercial portion of the land.
The level of quality and attention to detail put into creating this one-of-a-kind property is evident in all aspects of the land, its endless amenities, & masterfully designed main estate. Conveniently located in Washington County between Brenham, Chappell Hill, Navasota, Round Top, & Bryan-College Station.
The aerial map (with the land features and topography) and detailed feature sheets of the Foreman's House, extensive land features, and commercial kitchen are on the attachments below!
Click on the links below to view detailed information and pictures of the land upgrades, commercial kitchen, and Foreman's home: