A rare live water property in DeWitt County on the Guadalupe River! Located between Gonzales and Cuero, this unique property has over 1000' of river frontage with good access to the river. The property is loaded with wildlife and has multiple habitat types with great plant diversity. This diverse rolling 200 acres is about 85 % covered in trees with some open pasture and roadways being the balance. The 1000+ft of river frontage is unique in that it sits on a bend in the river which provides water level access to the Guadalupe River as opposed to the steep cliffs usually found on either side. There is also a large sand bar just in front of the landing providing a "sometimes island" to utilize for recreation. Furthermore, it is bordered to the East by McCoy Creek, another well traveled route for wildlife. This is a top-notch hunting property with year-round hunting opportunities. The new owner will be "ranch ready" with several items in good condition that convey with this gorgeous property. Inside a fenced in yard, you will find a 36'x52' pavilion with concrete slab in place complete with electricity, RV hookups, water, septic, and firepit. Located on a high point, this feature is great place to enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning while watching the wildlife or enjoy the fellowship of friends and family while you sit by the fire at night. This pavilion provides protection for the 2015 Grand Design Solitude RV which will convey. In addition, a two-seat 2012 John Deere Gator 825i and 2016 John Deere 5075E tractor with 250 hours including a front end bucket,, shredder and grapple attachment will also stay. The several hunting stands and feeders will also be in place and ready to go. The property is perimeter and cross fenced with the fencing being in good condition. A portion of the property does lie within the 100-year floodplain. The property is currently qualified under the Agricultural tax valuation via a grazing lease and also has a Wildlife Management Plan in place.