20+ acres of amazing privacy. Property is on a cul-de-sac with a quarter mile stretch of road in front, creating privacy and safety
for children, event parking, biking, horses, etc. This previous pastureland has been rejuvenated
now to a healthy original wild state, with accessible walking paths and clearings with beautiful
distant views. This is a valuable wildlife habitat (wildlife tax exemption in place) with an
abundance of wild edibles including prickly pear fruit, dewberries, Texas persimmons and
Agarita berries. There’s a beautiful wetland area with many acres of prime farmland soil.
There’s a gorgeous deep pond with incredibly quiet days for meditation, swimming, canoeing.
This pond is rich with fish, frogs, (no venomous water snakes) and includes a live oak grove.
The pond also hosts Incredible views, and so much bird life. This is a yearly migration
destination for painted buntings (they breed and nest here annually from April to August). The
pond is typically full year-round (see pictures) but due to the drought it’s atypically low. The
beautiful 100 year-old farmhouse needs remodeling but has very strong bones and no major
repair issues. it has all original cabinetry from the 1920s in the kitchen and downstairs
bathroom, as well as the original clawfoot-style tub. Sunrise, sunset, moonrise and moonset are
consistently viewable from the magical front porch. Unlike other properties in the area, there is
water accessibility, with potential for putting in several water meters along the east fence line
where the easement is. This easement can also be used as an additional driveway that runs the
length of the property. This land is surrounded by hundreds of acres of wild and pastureland
(with no roads) to the south and east, hence the incredible opportunity for quiet, privacy, and
views. After my 30-year stewardship here, I’m hoping to pass the torch
to someone who will responsibly love and care for this sacred land and historic old home.