23.76 acres in Lavaca county. The property is mostly open pasture land with about one third wooded on it's north end. Native and improved grasses make up the ground cover, and within the wooded area there are numerous mature oaks and pecan trees. Whitetail deer, turkey, dove, and hogs are the most common wildlife on the property. There is a water well, and electricity located near the farm house. The perimeter fencing is cedar and barbed wire, and the road frontage is paved. The farm house has been cleared of all of it's interior fixtures, and is ready to be remodeled to the new owner's liking. This property is centrally located between Shiner, Hallettsville, Yoakum, and Sweet Home. It is in the Shiner school district.