This 451± acre ranch is located in an area known for its abundance of Indian artifacts including the Painted Rocks where the community gets its name. Hidden on the side of a small canyon is a small seep spring. Family lore says Native Americans may have first cleaned around it for fresh water and later pioneers expanded and protected it by laying up native rock sides. As the pictures show, the land and creek change with the Seasons and weather. The land is rolling terrain with primarily mesquite cover. Hog Creek cuts through the center. Rimmed with limestone overhangs, deep pools of water gather during normal rainfall conditions. Several fields offer opportunities for livestock grazing, hay or perhaps wildlife food plots. Low fenced, large neighbors, County Road frontage. City water and electric are on the property as is an older house which could be used for hunter’s cabin, week-ender or even rehabbed for home. 1900 sq ft metal barn, storage shed and livestock pens make this a great get-away or even permanent home possibility. Minerals negotiable. Come hunt, or soak in the history while looking for arrowheads and other artifacts.