12 Mile Creek Ranch is a typical Coastal Plains region of South Texas, perfect for cattle or a hunting getaway with utilities in place. +-124.8 acres of lush, grazing grassland with mature post oaks, live oaks, huisache, and mesquites covered in Mustang grapevines. The property is accessed through a deeded easement off FM 237. Approximately 2,000 feet of Twelve Mile Creek serves as the western border. This sandy-bottom creek fluctuates with the amount of rainfall, as does the wet-weather pond. A water well provides water to multiple cattle troughs, and a small overflow pond is usable when needed. Roughly half the property lies within a 100-year flood plain. A central road provides easy access to most of the property. There is a current grazing lease which will be terminated and cattle removed before closing. There is a working water well on site, and a second drilled well needing a cleanout and pump to be useable. Water lines run to multiple cattle troughs. An electric pole and meter is provided by GVEC. Cattle pens with concrete water trough. The barbed wire perimeter fencing is in good condition. The deer stands and feeders are negotiable.