100 Acres, McCoy, TX

Atascosa County

100 Acres


McCoy, Texas
South Texas
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Property Description:

100+/- acres, Atascosa County
McCoy, TX

This beautiful Atascosa County property provides 100+/- acres of raw land ready for you to make your own! Located in McCoy, TX on CR 414, with all the conveniences of downtown San Antonio just an hour away, makes this is an ideal location for a recreational ranch. The property consists of brush typical to the South Texas area, with plentiful mesquite and scattered oak trees. Wildlife includes whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, and dove.

Brush and native grasses typical to South Texas. The northern 25 acres is cleared pasture, with scattered oak trees. 2 tanks are on the ranch, one holding water and supporting cattle throughout even the most recent drought.

25 miles to Pleasanton
52 miles to San Antonio
110 miles to Corpus Christi

Improvements and Utilities:
Perimeter low fenced on 3 sides, high fenced on 1 side (north side). Electricity is located along the road. McCoy WSC services CR 414 (buyer to verify availability of installing a new meter).

Surface sale only, no minerals convey. No production or known mineral leases on the property.

Taxes: D1 Ag Exempt.


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