Location. In northwest McCulloch County, this place is 19 miles northwest of Brady and 2.7 miles west of the farming village of Lohn. It is within an hour’s drive east of San Angelo.
Terrain. The terrain is level to gently sloping. There are views of the “Brady Mountains” ridgeline to the south. The seasonal creek has native trees and brush, primarily mesquite. The majority of the acreage is grassland, well suited for horses or livestock, and for bird hunting.
Improvements. The acreage is fenced, and electricity is available at the county road frontage. A new water well has been drilled as well. There is a very old farmhouse, which is in poor condition.
Water. A water well recently drilled hit water at 15 feet. The well is cased to 80 feet. It also has an old hand-dug well, which has not been used in years.
Wildlife. Good dove hunting, deer hunting as well. A number of varmints have been seen also.
Minerals. The owner has no mineral rights.
Comments. The seller will divide this property. Parcels from 10 to 33 acres may be purchased at varying prices per acre, depending on the parcel.
This is a farming and ranching area, with a small community and a school district less than 3 miles away. It is a great place to build a home and raise some kids.