A unique hunting/recreational property with a prominent geologic feature (Nipple Peak), a wet weather creek, multiple ponds, lots of wildlife, two water wells, and a 2015 3 bed /2 bath manufactured home. This property was used extensively by early inhabitants as evidenced by numerous grinding mortars, numerous points, and tools found by the owner.
Starting at the south end of the property, one will find the prominent feature, Nipple Peak, which tops out at 2240 ft. One only needs to climb halfway up the peak to have tremendous views over the Colorado River Valley and Callahan Divide to the north. From Nipple Peak, the property slopes downward to the north with the low point being 1900 ft. in the channel of Live Oak Creek. This wet weather creek meanders across the property on the northern third. Two other tributaries cross the property and help supply four small ponds. Along the west boundary, there is a small rise that was likely the site of an Indian camp. There are numerous grinding mortars and evidence of burned rock middens that early people would use to cook the food that was ground in the mortars. In and around this area, the owner has found many points and flakes. In some areas, the ground is littered with flakes and debitage from knapping. The owner has also found points on the side of Nipple Peak as well. Wildlife observed on the property include whitetail deer, feral hogs, turkeys, dove, and even a badger. A few aoudad and axis deer have been observed over the years as well. Centrally located on the property is a 2015 2200sq. ft. 3 bed/2 bath manufactured home. The home has 2x6 framing and is skirted with r-panel. There are two carports, a 3-bay pole barn, and a shop for extra parking and storage. The home is serviced by a water well with a 2500-gallon cistern for extra storage. There is an additional water well at the entrance that could be used to supplement a pond nearby.