166 +/- ACRES, POND AND WET WEATHER CREEK - THIS IS A LOCATION AND WILL NOT LAST LONG ON THE MARKET DESCRIPTION- Bring the RV and Camp or RV to build your Custom Home! Excellent Location!!!!!! You will absolutely love this Historic area that is ideally located just 4.0 Miles to the City of Gonzales with Easy Access to Highway 90 and Interstate 10. Heavily Tree and Brush Wooded, Road Frontage, perfect for a Custom Home or a Weekend Retreat Home. Cattle currently Graze the Property to Maintain the Current Ag Exemption. The Property has Native Trees and Grasses. IDEAL USE - With Road Frontage, The tract is PERFECT for a Custom Home or Weekend Retreat for the Great Outdoors, Recreational or Hunting Activities. The Tract is well suitable for Cattle and Horses for your continued Ag Exemption. Even a Quaint Mini Farm with Goats, Sheep, Chickens are Ideal to create your Cozy Farm and Live a Food and Homestead Sustainable Life. WILDLIFE HABITAT - The Tract is used for Cattle, Hunting and Recreation. The Area is Surrounded by a Natural Abundance of a Variety of Wildlife featuring Whitetail Deer, Dove, Turkey, and the often seen Texas Wild Hog. Most of the Neighbors Feed the Deer Year Around to ensure Accumulation of Wildlife active around the Property. You also have the option to place the tract into a Wildlife Exemption. IDEALLY LOCATED - The Property 6.50 Miles to Interstate 10, 4.0 Miles to Highway 90 and The City of Gonzales WATER DATA - The Water Shed for Gonzales County is Segment 1803C (Peach Creek, unclassified water body): A Small System, Peach Creek Flows East and South through gently rolling hills for 64 miles from Bastrop and Fayette Counties Northeast of Waelder into the Guadalupe River in Eastern Gonzales County. SOIL DATA - The Property in its Entirety has 1-2 Slopes. In its Entirety the Soil Composition is 64% Dime Box Clay and 34% Luling Clay. These Soil Conditions are Ideal for Agriculture Use and Gonzales County is one of the leading agricultural counties in Texas. Although fairly diversified, the majority of agricultural income comes from poultry and beef cattle. Gonzales county ranks in the top five counties in the state for both poultry production and volume of beef cows. LOCAL AREA - Gonzales has an Excellent Event Calendar. You will find Quaint Shops, Wonderful Events, Wonderful Historical Museums, Great Food and with the Famous Guadalupe River close there is Fishing and Water Recreations. New Wineries are Close By, as well as Water Parks for Day Trips for you Kids. Gonzales has Everything for you Shopping Needs including Specialty Shops, Groceries, and Farm Supplies. GONZALES COUNTY - South of Austin on U.S. Highways 87, 90, 90A, and 183 and Interstate Highway 10. Gonzales is the county seat. Gonzales County, bordered by DeWitt, Lavaca, Fayette, Caldwell, and Guadalupe counties, comprises some 683,295 acres and 1,046.4 square miles, with elevations above sea level ranging from 2 to 400 feet. Major rivers that flow through the county include the San Marcos and the Guadalupe. The average annual rainfall is 32.6 inches, the annual temperature is 70 F, and the growing season averages 276 days a year. After the battle of San Jacinto, many citizens remained in exile. In 1837 the Republic of Texas incorporated Gonzales and established Gonzales County, but the city council did not have its first meeting until March of 1839. A post office opened in January 1839. By the early 1840s rebuilding of the town was concentrated on the original townsite near the Guadalupe River. YOUR LISTING REALTOR - C. Chancy Horn and Earl Galipp Partner/Realtor/Broker LEGAL -471 WINTERS, ACRES 166.857 CAD- Gonzales County CAD# 10324 ACREAGE- 166.857 +/- Acres IMPROVEMENTS- Raw Land Only RESTRICTTIONS - None LAND DESCRIPTION- Secluded, Heavily Brush Tree Wooded, Native Trees, Native Vegetation CURRENT USE - Cattle Grazing, Hunting, Recreational AG EXEMPTION - Yes MINERALS - None SCHOOL DI
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