139 acres, Atascosa County

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139 Acres


South Texas

Property Description:

139 Acres in Atascosa County, Near McCoy Texas. This scenic ranch is located just South of McCoy, Texas with the entrance being off of paved CR 417. Accessed by short easement, this ranch provides great privacy and would make a great location for a permanent residence away from the hustle of life in town. With quick access to I-37 this property is within an hour’s drive from San Antonio and 1.5 hours from Corpus Christi. The ranch is a nice mix of scattered oak trees and native brush with gently rolling terrain. There are two wet weather creeks that traverse the ranch which are tributaries to the nearby Atascosa River known for impressive white tail. This would make a great weekend hunting ranch with an abundance of wildlife including white tail deer, quail, hogs, turkey, dove, and other South Texas native species. There is an oil/gas well pad located on the South end of the property which is accessed across the neighboring ranch.

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