Location: This property is located 11 miles west of Round Top, 7± miles east of La Grange
Description: This property is a flag lot. I find them to be very interesting because of the anticipation of what you will find at the end of the journey. Wind through the woods for about 400 feet and you will enter a pasture shared with two other tracts. Next you will go down a 730 foot path filled with oak and yaupon trees and enter an open 12.5 acre coastal hay pasture on one side and a gorgeous wooded area to the west. At the back of the property, you will reach a walking path to Rocky Creek. 980 feet of creek frontage. This has the widest frontage for Rocky Creek
• Beautiful winding entrance through the trees
• Concrete culvert
• Two cleared paths to the back pasture
• Hand cut path to Rocky Creek
• Painted sturdy pipe 16 foot setback and 16 ft farm gate
• Recently shredded 12.5 acre pasture
Water: In normal rainfall years, this body of water stays clear and flowing in the stream and on the creek. Ownership of the land is to the middle of the creek.
Vegetation: Daniel Lewis from Texas A& M Extension came out to visit the property to help identify what is growing on the land. This property has all the necessary vegetation to keep the abundant Whitetail Deer happy. Year around water and good vegetation are an excellent recipe to have a great environment for wildlife. Over 35 species of trees were identified on the land. Lot’s of very large Live Oak and healthy Juniper.
Wildlife: This is an ideal size weekend get away or country home. The creek naturally offers a fresh source of year around water for wildlife. The Oak trees and brush found on the property is excellent for wildlife. Wildlife includes: Whitetail Deer, turkey, and Dove. No sign of wild hogs.
Taxes: Ag Exemption in place.
Restrictions: Deed Restrictions Upon Request