It doesn’t get much better than this! Cross Creek Rd Lot 4 consists of 9 +/- acres of wooded paradise with Childress Creek running through the West End and includes both sides of the creek. There are plenty of mature oaks and hardwoods to nestle your dream home and let your horses roam about!
LOCATION: The property is secluded at the end of a cul-de-sac in a six-lot subdivision. Portions lie in both Bosque and McLennan County. Cross Creek Farms Subdivision is convenient to China Spring, Whitney, or Valley Mills. Thirty minutes to Waco. GPS COORDINATES: 31.7186,-97.3348
LAND FEATURES: Gradual elevation changes that provide easy creek access on the South boundary. The property is wooded with more open areas toward the cul-de-sac.
TOPOGRAPHY/SOIL: Slightly sloping property toward the creek on the south end with predominately clay and clay loam soils. Portions of the property are in the flood zone near the creek.
HYDROLOGY: Childress Creek runs through the property and encompasses both sides of the limestone-bottom creek. There is a wet weather draw on a portion of the property that empties into the creek. (Referenced from Texas State Historical Assoc. – Childress Creek rises five miles northeast of Clifton in south central Bosque County (at 3151′ N, 9733′ W) and runs southeast for fifteen miles to its mouth on the Brazos River, in adjacent McLennan County (at 3142′ N, 9717′ W). It was originally known as Childers Creek for Capt. Goulsby Childers, an Indian fighter associated with George B. Erath’s early expeditions through the region. The Childress Creek area was settled after the Civil War, when Cayote and Womack were developed.)
SCHOOL DISTRICT: Lying in Bosque and McLennan counties, this property is in China Spring ISD and Valley Mills ISD.
IMPROVEMENTS: Partial fencing on the South and West boundary lines. Water meter available to the property.
WILDLIFE/HUNTING: Cover and water for whitetail deer.