196+/- Acres, Kenedy, TX

Karnes County

196 Acres

$1,078,000

Kenedy, Texas 78119
Region:
South Texas
County:
Karnes
Price Per Acre:
$5,500

Property Description:

196+/- acres, Karnes County
Kenedy, TX

Description:
This recreational ranch in Karnes County offers excellent hunting with all the conveniences of town just minutes away. Located at the corner of CR 145 and CR 148, this ranch offers over 5800’ of paved road frontage with endless possibilities. The ranch provides the ideal habitat for an abundance of South Texas wildlife, including whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, and dove.

Land:
Brush and native grasses typical to South Texas. There is 80’ of elevation change allowing for amazing views of the area and a wet-weather creek that contains a variety of trees.

Location:
7 miles to Kenedy
65 miles to San Antonio
85 miles to Corpus Christi
195 miles to Houston

Improvements and Utilities:
Low fenced perimeter. One windmill (currently not pumping water). Electricity is located approximately a quarter mile away on both CR145 and CR148. There is a large caliche pit on the ranch that in the past has been used to sell material for road construction.

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

Taxes: D1 Ag Exempt.

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