170 Post Oak Road
Hog Creek runs right through the Crosby Ranch, which is home to hundreds of native pecan trees, deer, dove, quail, Native Indian sites, rugged terrain, plus ample acreage for cropland and pastureland. Hog Creek is fed by seasonal rains and underground springs which collect pools of water among the cliff banks . . .one of which is known among family as the Morning Glory Pool. Bordered on three sides by County Roads and the fourth side by Hog Creek, you'll find that accessing the ranch from multiple sites provides the convenience you'll want for reaching the level pastureland as well as the cliffs and rolling terrain-three of the approximately 100 acres are across the creek on the South-East side of the ranch. A grove of mature, native pecan trees has provided the family with the main ingredient for a great pecan pie plus the perfect setting for weddings, retreats, and plenty of camping-and we're certain you'll find even more ways to bring this ranch to life for generations to come. Fresh groundwater is pumped from the working well located near the well-pump shed, a couple of equipment barns, and a work-shed. The fields of summer and autumn sunflowers turn into waves and waves of bluebonnets in the early spring . . .a perfect background for some of the most beautiful sunrises and sunsets you'll find in the countryside. From cropland through the pecan grove and into some of the most rugged terrain along the creek and across the creek, the Crosby Ranch provides for raising livestock, growing crops, hunting, fishing, hiking, swimming, camping and so much more. Be sure to spend some time with our pictures-each of which has brief descriptions to help you begin feeling right at home on the ranch. Call us today to schedule your visit with a member of our Ranchman Properties Team.