560 acres, more or less, as described in the following surveys in Coke County, Texas: H.Hartman #489; H. Hartman #479; J.F. Norfleet #9; T.M. Warren #3; Joham Briwer #504; M. Diecap #501; C.W. Hagerman #500; and C. Hagerman #499; and
150 acres, more or less, as described as the "easement" land between the 1912 and 1900 foot elevation, with buyer's exclusive right of use, said "easement" being upon the west side of the E.V. Spence Reservoir in Coke County, Texas, between the 560 acres first referenced and the designated water level for the lake; and
500 acres, more or less, as described as the land not inundated between the easement land, and the actual water level of the said lake. Also subject to an exclusive right of use in favor of the buyer.
The referenced property has uninterrupted lake access of some 2.9 miles of shoreline. Lake Spence is the northernmost lake on the Colorado River in Texas. It is presently classified as ranch land as a result of the lake level being less than 15%.
560 acres deeded
699.18 acres useable