This 52.55+- acre Atascosa County ranch provides easy and convenient access via Highway 16 just North of Poteet. The unique blend of open pasture land, diverse native brush, and oak trees makes this an exceptional hunting and livestock ranch. The hunting in this area can be excellent and the soils in this region of Atascosa County are known for growing almost anything, especially Poteet Strawberries. This ranch would be an ideal place to raise livestock, build a home, or keep as a recreational property.
The ranch is only 35 minutes south of Downtown San Antonio and only 3 miles North of Poteet. The ranch has excellent Highway 16 frontage, making access very easy and convenient. The ranch is located on the east side of Highway 16 and has approximately 758 feet of Highway frontage.
There is one water well and a large open storage shed at the front of the ranch. Electricity has been brought onto the ranch in 2 different places allowing the future owner more options for where ever power is desired. Fencing on this ranch is exceptional and easy to get to with easy access around the perimeter for easy upkeep. The front of the ranch has also been cleared of brush except for big Bull Mesquite Trees. The current owner also opened up some areas and also made a small field for wildlife towards the back of the ranch.
Wildlife around this area include White-Tailed Deer, Rio Grande, and Feral Hogs. The deer population is said to be very strong and numerous quality bucks are usually seen. Dove and Quail hunting can also be another form of hunting in this area.
Water is supplied by a water well and the depth is estimated to be around 350 feet. There is a old pond area directly behind the shed that would be ideal for reworking and increasing in size for wildlife and agricultural production.
Electricity is brought onto the ranch in 2 different areas and is provided by Karnes Electric Coop.
The ranch is in a balance of approximately 65% brush and 35% open areas and fields. The brush is comprised of a variety of oak trees, bull Mesquite Trees, Granjeno, and Tasajillo. The strong stands of grasses include Coastal, Indian Grass, Buffalo Grass, and other grasses native to this part of the county. The current owner opened up some areas and also made a small field for wildlife towards the back of the ranch. There has not been livestock on the ranch in some time and the abundance of forage and plant bases is exceptional.
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