Westhoff Town Place sits in the middle of some of the prettiest rolling hills just south of the small town of Westhoff, TX in DeWitt County. The 50-acre property is accessed by a gated deeded easement one mile south of town on FM 240. The beautiful, terraced pasture is perfect for cattle production, growing hay, or it could make the perfect "just-out-of-town" home site. Sit on top of the hill and watch the deer come out every morning beneath the colossal live oaks on the seasonal creek as they make their way to the pond for a drink of water. The ag-exempt land is 90% open pasture with 50 feet of elevation change, sloping down from west to east. The grass is mostly Coastal Bermuda with other mixed native grasses making it perfect for cattle. Approximately 7 acres along the eastern fenceline lie within the 100-year floodplain. The dry creek bed is a perfect travel corridor for turkey, deer, and hogs and leads to a small pond on the southeast corner of the property. The creek and pond are surrounded by several large live oaks and bull mesquites. A GVEC electric meter is on the property. A working water well with pressure pump is housed in a small shed to keep it out of the elements. There is excellent barbed wire fencing along the perimeter.