Enjoy the summer evenings in your front yard as you watch your livestock move from pasture to pond. This 44-acre unrestricted ranchette offers a simple country getaway in northern DeWitt County between Cuero and Gonzales. The gently rolling land is mostly terraced, improved coastal Bermuda pasture. Large pecan, oak, and other trees surround the house and run along the back fence line. There is a nice stock pond in the center of the property, and a smaller seasonal pond at the back. There is no floodplain. The 1,736 sq. ft., 2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom ranch house built in 1955 is structurally sound with some exterior and interior work needed to finish to taste. Located behind the house is a very nice 1,200 sq. ft. metal workshop with roll-up door, a set of pipe cattle pens, and a smaller old storage barn. The property is low fenced around the perimeter and has approximately 1,150 feet of paved frontage on Emil Blank Rd. A cattle guard entrance and caliche road lead to the homestead. The west side of the property has an oil production pad and a large frack pond which could benefit the new owner by possibility receiving payments from oil companies for use of the water when they are drilling in the area. Get away from it all where you can fish, hunt, garden, work your herd, or just relax, with easy access to Hwy 183 less than 1 mile away.
Listing #1611864 Courtesy of Grand Land Realty LLC. Some properties which appear for sale on this web site may subsequently have sold or may no longer be available. Information is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed.