A gorgeous tract that could serve as a weekend getaway or a homestead. Rolling topography with a good balance of mature trees and open pasture, a wet weather creek, and a convenient location all combine to make this a highly desirable property. Come build a home, or just enjoy being outdoors. Starting on the western boundary at 420', the property has a gentle slope down to the wet weather creek that meanders along the eastern boundary at 380'. The property is approximately 60% open pasture and 40% closed canopy woodland. The woodland surrounds the pasture giving it seclusion and a visual barrier from Hwy 90 with multiple potential building sites. The plant diversity is tremendous, with many mature tree species and other flora. Trees observed on the property include Live Oak, Post Oak, Blackjack Oak, Mesquite, Eastern Red Cedar, American Elm, Cedar Elm, and Hackberry. The midstory comprises Yaupon, Sweet Gum, Frostweed, Ragweed, Wooly Croton, Wild Indigo, Winged Elm, Mustang Grape, and Prickly Pear. The grass and forb layer includes many native species, including Texas Wintergrass, Little Bluestem, Rescuegrass, Dewberry, and Virginia Wildrye. This year's wildflower component was excellent with copious Bluebonnets, including a few white bluebonnets, Texas Paintbrush, Texas Groundsel, and Drummonds Phlox. A small portion of the property along the eastern boundary lies within the floodplain. This tract is to be subdivided out of a 37+/-acre tract. The remainder of which will be available in the future; ask broker for more details. There is approximately 1120' of frontage along Hwy 90. An electric meter is located along the western boundary and is serviced by GVEC. A water well will be necessary. The adjoining property has a 240' deep water well.