This property is currently used for grazing cattle but because it is located just a few minutes from San Saba and has over 3300 feet of paved road frontage the potential for subdividing and development is definitely a possibility if you didnt decide to just keep it for yourself. Deer, turkeys, ducks and feral hogs are often seen on this property. A lone oak tree stands sentinel over smaller trees (mostly mesquite) and heavy native brush and excellent native grass cover. The highest elevation is along the east side of the property and presents a nice hill country panoramic view of the distant hills to the west. The land then dips down to a draw running north and south through the middle of the property and allows rain runoff to be captured in a good sized stock pond located on the south side of the property. A natural low spot also catches water on the north side of the property that could be dug out and dammed to form another nice stock pond. The land climbs up a second hill from the draw to the west property line. Very nice topography. Electric and phone utilities available at the property boundary along Wallace Creek Road and a Richland Rural Water Supply meter is already in place.