Located near the end of County Road 448 in an area dubbed “The Black Jacks” by the locals for the black jack oak trees that blanket this region of Grimes County. The five 26+/- acre tracts brought to the market are out of a 134-acre parent tract dating back multiple generations and resting primarily undisturbed growing a rich landscape of mature oaks and pine. The tracts range in elevations from 340’-390’ offering some of the highest, rolling topography in the area. Unrestricted, sandy-loam soil, abundant wildlife, timber exempt, Anderson-Shiro ISD, MidSouth Synergy electric and fiber optic internet available, no floodplain, and suitable for wildlife exemptions. Tract 1 offers the highest point on the property resting at 390’ with gently sloped/rolling down to 360’ in elevation.
Lauren Stuart was born and raised in Grimes County and has been around real estate most of her life. In 2003, at the age of 19, she became a licensed agent and began working in the business, under her mother, local real estate mogul and Broker/Owner at Navasota Realty, Nancy Perry. Lauren had a will to learn the business and she hit the ground running becoming one of Navasota Realty’s most successful agents.
Today, Lauren is a Partner in Brazos Land Company and her expertise in the real estate business has evolved into a passion for the business of helping people. Lauren believes when people buy or sell real estate, it is one of the most important decisions they’ll make in their lifetime. She has the utmost respect for the process and makes it her responsibility to uphold her clients’ best interests at all times. Lauren views her job as an opportunity to touch people’s lives in those moments where they are deciding where to build a home, raise a family, retire and just have fun. The experience of watching others in this part of their life journey brings her incredible fulfillment and keeps her enthusiastic about the work she is so honored to do in this community.
Lauren and her husband of thirteen years, Shawn Stuart, have four beautifully independent children- sons, Lawson (14) and Sutton (12) and daughters, Lorin (27) and Korbin (21), and grandson – McCollum (2). They’re raising their family in Anderson, Texas in the heart of Grimes County.