Pulliam Creek, a tributary to the Nueces River, flows through the property for approximately 500 feet. The creek is crystal clear and has a combination of shallow water along the eastern edge and deeper water along the west bank. The new water well is 16 feet deep and should be completed soon. It will be equipped with an electric submersible pump.
A three bedroom home with three baths, living room, kitchen, dining area and two car garage is located on a high bank about two hundred yards west of CR 353. Adjacent to the home is a masonry building that could be used for a shop. The ranch is fenced on the west side of the county road. There is a boundary fence along the east side of the ranch.
There is an abundance of wild game animals on the property including Axis Deer, Wild Turkey, Whitetail Deer and Wild Boar.
It is very seldom that a part of an old family ranch without restrictive covenants is for sale in this part of the hill country. The property is surrounded by old time family ranches that have been owned by the same families for more than a century. The west boundary joins the historic 22,000 acre Cedar Creek Ranch. The south boundary joins the Hatley Ranch, the north boundary of the S.A. Williams Ranch joins the Jernigan Ranch and the east boundary joins the Craig Ranch.
Even in this six year drought there is water suitable for fishing along this section of Pulliam Creek. It is not unusual to see catfish, perch and bass in the creek.