This property has the feel of being days from civilization while only being a few miles from town. It has excellent water availability with ample cover and grass to facilitate agricultural and entertainment purposes alike. This could very easily be a self-sustaining environment for the avid outdoors type. Fish, hunt, browse the land for arrowheads, work in the garden, or just relax under the centuries-old live oaks. If you are looking for your own piece of the South-Central Texas past, this is your opportunity. Bring your spurs! 411.12 acres comprised of 30% pasture and open space and 70% humongous live oaks, massive post oaks, huisache, persimmon, and mesquite. This habitat of cover and water combined with very large surrounding properties, provide a virtual wildlife sanctuary for turkey, whitetail deer, mourning and white-wing dove, quail, hogs and many other small mammals. An approximately 15-acre coastal Bermuda fenced hayfield is in the Northeast corner of the property. Right out the front door of the cabin is a horseshoe-shaped pond stocked with largemouth bass and perch. The large pond is fed by a “blue hole” spring providing the perfect aquatic habitat. The headwaters of Deer Creek run behind the pond providing an additional source of water during seasonal rains. A water well services the cabin. There are 3 additional drilled water wells that just need a pump and electricity. The low-fenced property includes a rustic hunting cabin complete with water well and electricity. The cabin has a fenced yard with custom smoker/BBQ pit and an equipment shed with parking spot for your ATV. There are 3 King Ranch style deer blinds with All Seasons feeders at each one.