A secluded piece of South Texas with rolling topography, extensive views, a diverse mix of brush species, and multiple fertile drainages. This hunting/recreational property has the convenience of being only 20 minutes from George West and the privacy of being located at the end of CR 157 with access via a short, deeded easement. All of the perimeter, major senderos, and multiple stand locations have been recently cleared, making it ready for the upcoming hunting season.
Entering the property at the northeast corner, you’ll find the high point of place at 410’. Along the east fence line are two other hilltops with long-range views overlooking the Elm Creek valley and beyond. The property has an impressive mix of high-protein brush species and native grasses, which support a healthy Whitetail Deer and Bobwhite Quail population.
Create a pond on the lower end of one of the drainages, and utilize the sandy loam soils to create food plots to supplement all the seed-producing plants on the property, and you will likely have some great dove hunting with a mix of White-wing and Mourning Doves.
New 5-strand barbwire fencing was installed along the eastern boundary in October of 2022. The north and south boundaries have 5-strand barbwire fencing in good shape. The western boundary is high fenced. Electricity is available along the northern boundary. A water well will be needed. The western neighbor drilled a water well in 2022 with a depth of 430’; see broker for details and cost estimates from a local driller.
There is one active gas pipeline on the property that crosses the property in an east-to-west fashion.