Ask Chip Bubela
Great tract with almost 5000 feet of gravel county road frontage, this tract has a lot to offer with some cleared areas and some wooded areas; a variety of trees: post oak, live oak, cedar, mesquite, yaupon, etc. Obar Creek runs through the property, however there is no flood plain on this tract. Gently rolling topography with elevation changes of 30+/- feet. The property is leased for cattle grazing, agricultural exemption currently in place. The property has a couple of small ponds, an older historical barn that would be fun to renovate or use the wood for projects. There is a water well and electricity at the old homesite where the old homestead still sits. Buyer may wish to renovate the home or tear the home down and build in this location. The windmill is a fun addition. Numerous home sites, zero flood plain, no pipelines or easements, thousands of feet of road frontage, ponds, and an abundance of wildlife. You can hunt, fish, cattle ranch and/or build a weekend/primary home.