Located north west of Winters, TX. From Winters take Hwy 153 for 6 miles, turn south (left) on FM 384 for 2.75 miles, then turn north (right) on FM 383 for 3.25 miles, then turn east (right) and go for 1 mile, property is on the left.
The farm consist of 92 acres of cultivation, with the remaining 158 acres in native pasture. Fish Creek runs along the eastern edge of the property. The creek typically holds water year round and flows into Cow Creek, just south of the farm. There are large hard woods on the eastern side of the property that consist of live oak, pecan, and elm. There are some elevated areas with great views overlooking the creek bottom. The farmland is currently under a lease.
The property is fairly level to slightly rolling on the west side, it drops to lower elevation on the east side toward Fish Creek.
Water to the property is provided by Fish Creek that runs along the eastern boundary. There is a well located on the property, the condition of the well is unknown.
As mentioned the property is combination of cultivated farm land and native pasture. The native pasture is fenced, portion of the cultivation are unfenced. Other than fencing and electricity the property is unimproved land.
The eastern edge of the property has frontage on Fish Creek. This creek typically has water year round. There is good population of wildlife in the area that move along the creek.