When you put down roots here, you are establishing your own connection to nature. As a private owner at Millican Reserve, you are settling into a landscape ripe for exploration: an extensive network of trails weaves throughout the woodland landscape and includes walking and equestrian paths, creeks, ponds, and gathering areas. Screen porches and open windows connect families to nature and to each other. This is an unhurried place for generations to cherish.
The Villages of Millican promise shelter, family,
and all the comforts of a loving home.
The Creek is a small community of landowners celebrating the natural beauty of the Post Oak Savannah and its wildlife. No two tracts at the Creek are alike, and each homestead’s placement responds to the unique orientation of this singular setting. The heavily wooded, professionally wildlife-managed properties at the Creek typically range from eleven to fifteen acres.
A community set high atop the northern reaches of Millican Reserve, the Meadows is a natural outgrowth of the beautiful Brazos countryside. Lot lines and peripheries are not engrained and celebrated, but rather visually fade over time, resulting in an organic, integrated neighborhood character. Properties in the Meadows include homes and lots typically ranging from one to three acres.
With over 30 miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trails, an award-winning lakefront boathouse and lodge, farms, markets, protected land and homes, Millican Reserve is Aggieland’s biggest private playground.
Design & Sustainability
Millican Reserve is a conservation-focused community, offering a vision incorporating land preservation, open spaces, and responsible development. With its vernacular Texan architecture and rolling Brazos landscape, Millican Reserve is rooted directly to its place and seeks to be a good steward of the land and its heritage by protecting the natural environment.
LEGAL NOTICE: This material is not intended to be an offering in any jurisdiction. This is neither an offer to sell, nor a solicitation of an offer to purchase. No reservation or offer shall exist or occur except in person in the State of Texas. No governmental agency has judged the merits or value, if any, of the property described. Development plans, policies, property pricing and terms of sale are subject to change or termination without notice.