Rolling terrain with Live Oaks, Post Oaks and small Mesquites. Seller had the cedars cleared which opened up the view to see the oaks and horizons. There are approximately 12 acres of an old field that was sprigged in Coastal Bermuda in 2010 but it was not well established due to the drought, now it is mostly native grasses with some scattered Coastal. There are 2 water ways that wash thru the field where wildlife like to travel, hide out and sleep. There is 1 stock pond that has not been dry since the drought in 2011, it is surrounded by large scattered Live Oaks and a beautiful place to camp or picnic. This property is phenomenal, even though it is only 36 acres it feels much larger than that.