108 acre out of a 400 acre parcel with wet weather Calamity Creek frontage. Sellers are offering 4 tracts out of this 400 acres ranging from 90 acres up to the entire 400 acres. Located in Sec 12 and 13. Two of the tracts are 108 +/- acres and both have Calamity Creek frontage. The other two tracts are 90 +/- with large rolling hills, outstanding views of the Elephant Mountain Wildlife Managment Area, Kokernot Mesa, Santiago Peak and other notable land marks. Terrain ranges from level to large rolling hills with some draws with good vegetation cover that provides cover for the local wildlife. Calamity Creek will and does run water during times of rainfall, with several areas of the creek holding water for periods of time after it rains. Wildlife in the area include Desert Mule Deer, Javelina, Blue Quail and we're seeing more elk and feral hogs as well. Power is not far from the 400 acres and sellers will provide a utility easement for those wanting to run power. Or, if you'd like the cost of the power financed sellers will run the power and add it to the price of the land so it can all be financed together. Land will have deeded easements, sellers will be running a new road along the edge of the tracts soon that will be surveyed and recorded. Sellers also have a 5000 gallon tank fed by one of their wells, and will allow water to be used for.05 cents a gallon. Water is not treated so classified as non potable. Water would have to be hauled from the tank. Qualifies for bank and Tvlb loans.