Dove Valley Farm is 100.86 acres of 100% usable and fertile land located in Kerr County. This high fenced land has been producing for its owners for many years. Used as a vegetable farm throughout the 90's, this property is 80% flat farm land and 20% rolling hills. Located in between Comfort and Center Point this ag-exempt property sees a high volume of traffic along Texas Highway 27. Currently used as a hay farm this land is the ideal location for a vineyard, winery, personal homesite, or other agricultural venture. This farm has 1,182.43 feet of frontage along Texas Highway 27 per survey
Land: Lying just North of the Guadalupe River, Dove Valley Farm has some of the most fertile soils in Kerr County. This farm has grown every vegetable, tree, and hay that is known in this area. Since the 2000's this land has been dryland farmed producing different types of grass hay. The flat part of the farm is an ideal mixture of silty clay loam soils of the Barbosa, Oakalla, and Nuvalde types. The Northern most 20 acres of the property go up in elevation 50' and provide incredible views looking back down the farm as well as of the surrounding Guadalupe River Valley. Multiple different types of hardwoods are scattered through this elevated portion as well as along the entrance of the property. Pecan, Live Oak, Spanish Oak, Mesquite, and others provide great tree variety. A small pond and great build sites complete the Northern portion of the property.
Location: Dove Valley Farm is located 5 miles from Comfort, TX. 2.5 Miles to Center Point, TX, 13 Miles to Kerrville, TX. 25 Miles to Kerr County Airport, 35 miles to Fredericksburg, TX, and 30 miles to San Antonio, TX.
Improvements: Dove Valley Farm is completely high fenced (8') along it's perimeter. It has one cross fence separating the flat land from the elevated portion of the property. Electricity is to the property with one meter installed and active. There is one entrance gate along 27 and gates along the East and West boundaries, all high fenced gates.
Easements: Dove Valley Farm has two easements that bisect the property from East to West or visa-versa. A 60' transmission line easement bisects the property on the North end. And a 50' Atmos gas line easement bisects the property closer to the Southern boundary. The electrical provider has utility easement as well to provide electricity.
Restrictions: Cannot subdivide land smaller than 20 acre parcels, Only agricultural commercial activity allowed, no junk or pig farms, 1,800 minimum square footage for residences.
Taxes: This land is currently under a 1-D-1 Agricultural Exemption, which is easily transferable. Most recent tax assessment was $130.09
Water Well: An old irrigation well can be found on the property. It's currently not operational and it's ability to function cannot be guaranteed.
*** All creeks and rivers in Texas are subject to fluctuating levels of flow and can go underground or even become dry at times based on rainfall and other conditions. We make no representation as to the permanency of this creek as it exists today or at the time of your visits. All information is deemed reliable but should be verified by interested party.