This oilfield housing property on 7.82 acres is located just outside of Cuero on FM 766. There are currently 104 rooms in operation providing lodging for the oilfield workers in the Eagleford Shale. This property is very popular with several oilfield companies and provides guests with food and housing as needed. As the oil and gas prices continue to rise, this income-producing property potentially stands to benefit into the future. Built in 2014, this compound consists of 20 – 18x76 ft. lodge buildings with 5 rooms per building. Each studio room has its own bed, recliner, bathroom, closet, TV, and wireless internet. There is also a separate office building, and a larger dining facility with a lounge area, open dining room, laundry rooms, office space, workout room, and a state-of-the-art commercial kitchen with all the necessary equipment to feed large quantities of people. A lighted basketball court is located behind the dining hall. The site was originally designed for 170 rooms and has the infrastructure in place to add more rooms or even RVs for additional income. Utilities include City of Cuero water and sewer for all buildings. The property is high fenced along the perimeter and has a security gate at the entrance. 7.82 acres of level land with no floodplain and 800 feet of FM 766 road frontage. A large, manicured yard with several live oak trees wraps around the side and back of the property. Other trees include mesquites along the perimeter and crepe myrtles near the buildings.