A secluded recreational/hunting property located in the sand hills of Caldwell County near McMahan. This 160-acre tract is heavily wooded with rolling topography with multiple high points and long-range views. The deep sandy soils make it easy to clear, giving the new owner a blank canvas to create their own paradise less than an hour from Austin, 1.5 hours from San Antonio, and 2.5 hours from Houston. The land is about 90% oak woodland and 10% native pasture. This closed canopy woodland has hundreds of Post Oaks, Pines, and Blackjack Oaks and provides excellent cover for whitetail deer and hogs. Multiple creek drainages traverse the tract, including the headwaters of Big Sandy Branch. Two small ponds are located on the southern portion of the property, which serve as a crucial water source for the local wildlife. The property is perimeter fenced, with the eastern boundary being high-fenced. The remaining boundaries are fenced with typical 5-strand barbwire in fair condition.