ATTENTION! HALF OF THE OWNED MINERAL ESTATE CONVEYS WITH THIS TRACT! Any amount of a mineral estate being conveyed in Gonzales County is unheard of, much less 50% of the estate. This property is situated in an area that currently has an abnormally high activity of oil and gas exploration. This 210 acre tract is currently being used for cattle grazing and hunting. The area is mostly covered with native grasses, live oak trees, red oaks, mesquite trees, hackberry trees, and other native trees. There is an old water well on the property, in addition to electricity and two stock tanks. The ranch is an exceptional tract for deer hunting with above average size bucks being harvested. In addition to deer, there is an abundance of hogs, ducks, dove, turkey, and varmits roaming property. A large percentage of the brush cover is finger to mid size mesquite bush that could be easily be removed with a shredder. If you are wanting a homesite, there are some exceptional areas that would make a beautiful home site. None of the property is in the flood plain.