275 +/- acres in Atascosa County

Atascosa County

275.608 Acres


Jourdanton, Texas 78026
South Texas

Property Description:

This beautiful 275-acre ranch is located in Atascosa County about 5 miles just South of Jourdanton. The ranch provides a good 50/50 open to brush ratio with an amazing Santa Fe style, 2 bed/1 ½ bath house. The ranch is located off Hwy 16, providing quick access to town while also being perfectly isolated. It’s amazing natural brush and grasses provide an excellent spot for cattle grazing and hunting. Two tanks are located on the property and perimeter fencing is in good shape. Whether looking for a nice home with ranch land or a great hunting property to occasionally visit to provide as an escape, this ranch provides a great opportunity for both.


The house is going to be a 2,660 +/- Sqft., two-story house built in 2004 with tile throughout the first floor, amazing natural light, 22-foot ceilings, and an amazing fireplace in the middle of the living room great for entertaining guests. Oversized porches on both sides of the house allow for a great place to have coffee in the morning or drinks in the evening. A good-sized equipment shed is close by, along with some cattle pens and small utility shed.


McCoy Water and two tanks are on the property.


Minerals are unavailable.


Karnes Electric
Oversized Septic near House
Cattle Pens
Two Utility Sheds

Property Taxes:

$5,240.84; Ag Exempt


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