Located in Lavaca County south of Schulenburg within 10min of I-10 Exit 674 on CR 226, this 79.68 acre working cattle & pecan farm has an ideal home site with views of the well-maintained property. This unique property features unmatched diversity highlighted by hundreds of planted live oaks approx. 15 years old, 40+/- acre pecan orchard (varieties include Cheyenne, Desirable, Pawnee & Choctaw), 2+/- acre stocked pond bordered by several cypress trees, cattle trap with small pond, working pen & shelter, three 10+/- acre improved pastures cross-fenced for rotational grazing & hay production, approx. 25’x100’ metal building on slab for storing equipment & 4 water wells (3 pumps & 1 windmill) providing irrigation to the trees & ponds. The property has a rectangular shape with paved road frontage on two sides totaling 3,800’+ with gated entrance & gravel road to improvements on south boundary. The property is perimeter fenced with netting wire and/or barbwire & galvanized posts, NOT located in the flood plain, consists of 55% loamy fine sand soil, ag-exempt keeping taxes to a minimum, part of Hallettsville ISD, has elevation ranging from 290'-320' with a potential 2-5 acre pond site in southeast pasture, includes a handful of native, mature live oaks & situated within 2 hours of Houston, Austin or San Antonio. Notable nearby attractions include the Majek Vineyard & Winery, Moravia Store & famous July 4th picnic at St. John, featuring one of Fayette County's famous painted churches. This is a surface sale only with no well or pipeline affecting the property & restriction against subdividing. The pecan tree was designated the official state tree of Texas in 1919 & pecan pie was named the state pie of Texas in 2013. Whether you’re looking to build a permanent residence, weekender escaping the fast-paced city life or farmer looking to expand your operation, enjoy your own pecan trees & pies with this one-of-a-kind property that has something for everyone to appreciate.