An affordable combination recreational and ag property of 200 acres conveniently located 1 hour from Waco, Temple, and Bryan/College Station and 2 hours from Austin and DFW. The upland area along the county road frontage was previously used for hay production but in most recent years has been used for cattle grazing. The transition zone slopes downward from the upland area and has two ponds, many large Live Oaks and Post Oaks, and pockets of open area. The hardwood bottom is a closed canopy woodland with most of the mature trees being over 50 ft. in height. There is approximately 3,500 feet of frontage on the Little Brazos River along the western boundary, best described as a wet-weather creek but appears to hold pockets of water for long periods of time. Sulfur Creek also traverses from east to west. One pond is .25 acres and the other is .75 acres and full of bluegill and bass for the kids. A 35 x 45 ft. metal barn has electricity, county water, and a dirt floor but is set on a concrete beam around the perimeter. The property has perimeter and cross fencing in fair to good condition. All this comes at a price per acre that has lots of room for appreciation in this rapidly growing market. Minerals negotiable. Ag tax valuation.