40 acres on the coveted FM 2095 in Southeastern Milam County, near the town of Gause. This 40 acres is a prime example of the rolling hills and diverse fauna that makes the Post Oak Savannah region of Texas so popular, as well as easy central access to Austin, Texas A&M, Houston and Dallas. Multiple elevation changes on this property gives the sense of hills and valleys, and provides multiple potential homesites. Recently mulched trails wind through the property creating a park like feel, excellent for walking or riding recreational vehicles and highlights the wide array of native trees including dogwoods, willows, cottonwoods, and various Oaks. Deep ravines and gullies provide excellent habitat for wildlife with great hunting opportunities throughout. The deepest and largest ravine winds it way along the eastern boundary ending in a duck pond, currently a habitat for wood ducks. Large acreage ranches in the area helps provide the peace and quiet, with the feel of a larger property. Over 1900 ft of frontage on FM 2095 provides direct paved access to property. Electric can be easily accessed along FM 2095 and aquifers below provide the potential for water via water well. Property is currently under wildlife exemption. Final acreage will be determined by survey. Some restrictions. Lots of work has gone into this property to highlight what it has to offer and to provide a place ready to go for future enjoyment.