Miller Creek Ranch is 61.18 acres of rolling land with views of the hills everywhere you look! A distinctive wrought iron entrance has a heavy steel gate. It would be a simple task to install an electric gate opener for easy entrance into the property. There is an irrigation well that originally pumped water out of Miller Creek to water about half of the land. It is intact but not equipped; however, the lines and spigots still exist and are operational. A 1400-foot stretch of Miller Creek, flanked by huge oaks and cypress, is dammed up (with two concrete dams) and has many natural springs that help maintain the water level. A small building on a slab near the creek, under a canopy of giant trees, can be used for storage or renovated for use as a guest house. A water well (with a pressure tank), electric, and septic tank are in place to serve the dwelling. There are concrete steps in this area that go right to the edge of the water. There is a set of pens near the creek that was originally used to work sheep. It is still functional, although the present owner has never used it. A Quansett hut style barn (30′ X 156′) has an under-roof tack room. There is a horse washing station nearby. The structure is plumbed and wired for electricity. The hay barn was damaged in a tornado and the roof has blown off, but it does have electricity and water. There is plenty of room to store hay and lumber. A collection of lumber is in the hay barn, and it includes Missouri walnut, several varieties of oak, and sycamore lumber that can be sold separately or negotiated to convey with the sale. The house is an older double wide mobile home with a deck off the back that overlooks the creek, and a covered front porch. There is a one-car garage attached to the house (with automatic garage door opener), and another garage near the hay barn that has roll up doors. The land is very well maintained and shows a definite pride of ownership. There is whimsical decor all over the property as well. A 36′ RV will also convey, and it could be improved to serve as a guest cabin. As a property owner in Camp Wood Hills, you can join the Pecan Park Association (for $67 per year), which is a gated 13-acre park where you can swim or fish at your leisure. It’s rare to find a property so close to town (and also, so close to a public Nueces River crossing) that is as beautiful as Miller Creek Ranch. Please call today for an exclusive showing!