Raise cattle or build a home just outside of the small town of Cuero on this great 200-acre property. The rectangular ranch has undulating terrain and a wonderful mix of mature live oak and post oak trees throughout that increase in beauty and size as you move to the back of the property. The agricultural land is mostly sandy loam soil with clay loam mixed intermittently. The grass is mostly Coastal Bermuda with other native grasses making it perfect for cattle. Two tributaries of the Carlisle Creek cross the property from east to west that provide a travel corridor for the deer, turkey, and hogs. Additionally, two ponds provide water sources for the cattle and wildlife, and opportunities for fishing and dove hunting. There are small flood plains along the tributaries. The property is perimeter fenced with 1,500 feet of road frontage. A set of cattle pens is located next to a 1,200 sq. ft. barn in the front portion of the ranch. There is also a 900 sq. ft. hay shed. A power line runs across the front of the property near the barn for easy access. There is a windmill water well in need of repair. A pipeline easement crosses the property diagonally. 25% minerals available. Ag tax valuation.