LAND: Covered in the ideal sandy loam soil, this ranch is mostly level ground to gently rolling through the arroyos and wet weather creeks. Native grasses and typical South Texas Brush cover approximately 80% of the property. There are a few other ponds on the property that hold water during normal rainfall times (~27" annually). The wet weather creek traverses the property from West to East is a tributary of Santa-Anna Creek. It will run during rainfall and is a wildlife highway with dense vegetation and fertile ground. Live oak, mesquite, and pecan trees make up the majority of mature hardwoods on the property.
LOCATION: Rancho Nuevo is a short 45 minute drive from downtown San Antonio. Located just south of highway 173 off county road 307. As the crow flies this property is less than 10 miles to the west of Jourdanton, TX. HEB, medical services, and restaurants can all be found in Jourdanton.
IMPROVEMENTS: Good perimeter fencing and some interior cross fencing. An established water well is on the property. The West boundary is high fenced. Electricity bisects the property as well
TAXES: This land is currently under a 1-D-1 Agricultural Exemption, which is easily transferable. Estimated tax liability is $260.25
MINERALS: Surface sale only. No current production
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*** 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.