Originally built as a show goat facility, this property and associated improvements are easily transferrable to cattle, sheep, horses, or other animals. The gorgeous, ag-exempt 38.5 acres are perfect for the weekend or full-time rancher. All the facilities necessary for holding several head are easily located on the edge of Cuero and close to the auction ring. This fertile, rich soil is covered with thick Coastal Bermuda pasture providing ample grazing opportunities. The ancient, low-hanging limbs of the of the towering live oak trees covered in Spanish moss make a picture-perfect view while providing shade throughout the day. Several mature pecan trees produce pecans in the fall. A small wetlands area provides food and habitat for several duck, heron, and other bird species found in South Texas. A small half-acre pond is on the left side of the entrance road as you approach the livestock barn. Behind the pens and house is a large grazing pasture and Gohlke Creek that crosses the northeast corner. Approximately 38 acres are in the 100-year floodplain. The property is fully fenced and cross-fenced with mesh wire providing several options to rotate, trap, and hold animals. The automatic front gate and cattle guard open to the compacted gravel-base road leading to the barns. A 4,500 sq. ft. covered pole barn with pens is made of pipe and cattle paneling. There is also a 3,700 sf storage shed, and 1,700 sf and 1,400 sf loafing sheds. A beautiful, rustic house was built from antique wood and metal used from several old stores once found in the area. It has wood floors, a large front porch, an upstairs loft, and just needs a few finishing touches to make it into an office or small home. Electricity is in place, and there is an existing septic system that can be connected. Water is readily available with 2 fully functioning water wells on site and several plumbed water troughs throughout.