The property is located approximately one-half mile West of Robert Lee, Texas with highway frontage along the North side. The Colorado River is the South side of the property. Mess Box Creek enters said property at the Northwest corner and meanders through the property to the Southeast corner. Mess Box Creek is a live water creek that runs during the year with average rainfall. Under normal conditions the water from the Colorado River back up the creek at the Southeast corner causing a long hole of water being approximately 6 to 8 feet deep. The creek on the northwest side of the property provides an excellent recreational area.
SIZE: 201.5 acres, more or less
LOCATION: Approximately one-half mile West of Robert Lee, Texas
TERRAIN: Flat to rolling with heavy brush on the East side, consisting of mostly Mesquite, with Willows, Elm, Hackberry and Chinaberry trees along the creek
WATER: Mess Box Creek and City Water.
RECREATION: Good Hunting whitetail deer and turkey with some fishing when rainfall provides water in the creek and river. Excellent for weekend retreats
TERMS: Cash or Conventional
Go West on 7th Street from County Courthouse approximately one-half mile. Property is on the South side of the road.
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