Once part of a 1500 acre ranch, this is the last remaining family owned acreage. It's like Colorado in Texas! The land is breathtaking, and there are 360 degree views of the surrounding hills with many beautiful building sites. Cedar, live oak,and mountain laurel are plentiful. There is abundant browse for wildlife, including whitetail, axis, hogs, blue and bobwhite quail, doves, and turkey. Two to three acres on the opposite side of Dry Creek road is the campground, with large oaks providing generous shade, cabin, well, septic, and a barn/workshop. Dry Creek runs for approximately 500 feet along the eastern border of the property, and is a year round creek, which interestingly, has never gone dry. With nearly end of the road privacy, it's the perfect country getaway.