1. Own a Piece of Texas History in Welcome, TX

Texas Historical Landmark | 2,758 SF | 1.153 AC | $329,900

In the historic community of Welcome, Texas, the 2,758 square foot Welcome Store is a local icon and is now available for purchase. The Welcome General Store began its operation in 1889. The store initially operated under the name John Reichle General Merchandise. The Welcome Store was originally two stories high, until the 1900 Galveston Storm destroyed the top floor. The store had a post office and also carried a wide variety of goods typical of a general store such as dry foods, furniture, glassware, and even caskets. It has been a community gathering place for over a century, where area residents have come together to share stories and play games. The management of the store remained in the Reichle family until 1956, and it is currently owned and operated by the Faist family. Many residents and reporters have often referred to the store as the “one-stop station of a warm country community”. Today, customers are able to buy goods such as fresh groceries, drinks, gasoline, and feed in the store. The Welcome Store has always been the economic and entertainment hub for this historic area of Texas and is ripe for a rebirth.

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Broker: Cyndee Smith | 281.256.2300

2. Luxury Estate Living in Bryan, TX

5 bed | 5.5 bath | 8,026 SF | 100 AC | $3,195,000

This stunning 5 bed, 5.5 bath ranch estate is nestled on 100 acres, located just 25 minutes from Texas A&M University and within close proximity to shopping, entertainment, and dining. This extraordinary property backs up to Bowman Creek and features three ponds and oak trees throughout. Custom built in 2001, this traditional style home consists of the main residence, a four car garage, porte cochere, and large pool with spa.

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Broker: Casey M. Oldham | 979.268.2000

3. Secluded Ranch Retreat in Iola, TX

202 AC | 4 AC Stocked Lake | Improved Pastures | $1,115,345

This beautiful 202 acre ranch, located in Grimes County, offers a blended balance of intermixed native forest, bottomlands, and improved pastures overlooking Gibbons Creek along with multiple ponds and stocked 4 acre lake. Only 30 minutes outside College Station and just over an hour to The Woodlands, the Bar Oaks Ranch provides recreation and relaxation very close to home. Electricity, water, and fencing make this a perfect hunting and fishing retreat with the potential to build a long-term ranch home.

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Broker: Jeremy Richmond | 979.268.2000

Oldham Goodwin Group, LLC
Bryan / College Station: 979.268.2000 | Houston: 281.256.2300 | San Antonio: 210.404.4600