First time in 3 generations that this property is available for sale.
Acreage is 61.36 acres of fertile sandy loam soil (not blow sand) with some areas showing more iron. Great for growing the native Bermuda found in thick sections of the pastures.
Fencing is barb wire, mostly 5 wire barbed, but is down in a few areas to allow for neighboring cattle to graze (AG Valuation). No cross fencing.
Access is through a private, paved lane off Stuart Rd. You may be able to access through Old Macaway Rd too.
Minerals: Seller's own 100% and will convey half. Sellers are not aware of any existing oil leases at time of listing.
Improvements: A charming old barn still stands from the original settlers as well as the old farm house and cisterns. These old buildings are not useable in their present condition but may have some salvage value. Their old, wide plank barn wood is highly sought after. - No water wells or meters on the property. An East Central Water line terminates approximately 100 ft. from the gate; buyer will need to research this further with East Central Water. - Electricity is available roadside, on the North east and the north west sides of the tract.
Landscape: Some flat areas where pastures exist. Pretty, long range views from the north east side, looking north towards San Antonio. There is a wet weather creek that runs northwest, arcing to the south west; encompassing approximately 12 acres of flood plain. Still 49 great acres to carve out a home site or two! Dense stands of pretty oaks, as well as mesquite, and other native trees, shrubs, and vines make up the covered areas. Plenty of Senderos already in place.