200+\- acres, Wilson County

Wilson County

200 Acres


Pleasanton, Texas 78064
South Texas
Nearest City:
Pleasanton, Floresville

Property Description:

200+/- acres in Wilson County. This property is centrally located between Pleasanton, and Floresville, on FM 536, just inside the Wilson Co. line, and only 25 minutes to Downtown San Antonio. The property has been in the same family for over 60 years. Primarily used for grazing cattle, it has good perimeter fences, and is cross fenced. Comprised mostly of gently rolling terrain, native grasses, and some scattered oaks. There is a large stock tank, and a wet weather creek, that runs the length of the property. The abundance of whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, dove, and quail in the area makes this a great hunting property as well. Improvements include a water well, electric meter, an older 3 bed, 2 bath home and several barns. Whether you're looking to expand your cattle operation, wanting a hunting property, or just looking to get out of the city, this property is worth looking at.


Perimeter fenced
Cross fenced
1392 sqft 3 bed,2 bath home
Several old barns


1 water well
Large stock tank
Wet weather creek


Uncertain, believe to own 100%


Water well
Electric meter

Driving Directions:

From San Antonio, travel south on IH 37 to exit #117, FM 536. Go east on FM 536 approx. three and a half miles to County Rd. 154 on the right. Turn right on to CR 154 and follow about half a mile to the property entrance on the left.


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