68 +/- acres, Atascosa County

Atascosa County

68 Acres


Texas 78064
South Texas
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Property Description:

68+/- diverse acres located only 6 miles from the town of Pleasanton and less than 45 minutes from downtown San Antonio. This ranch is ideally positioned for either recreational use or a future home site, with frontage on Coughran Road and easy access to both I37 and Hwy 97. Whether you’re raising cattle, hunting game, or fishing in the river, this tract offers something for everyone.

The front 30 acres has been cleared and offers pasture views that go on for miles. Going down towards the river consists of heavy South Texas brush that provides both cover and nutrition for wildlife. The river bottom is loaded with trees that include many different species of hardwoods.

White tail deer, hogs, turkey, quail, and dove. Bass, perch, and catfish in the river.

Currently fenced on two sides. A new fence will need to be built on the Southern boundary, with the river acting as the Western boundary. A new survey will be required. More acreage available.


There are no improvements on the property.


Over 800' of the Atascosa River provides year round “live water.” No water well or municipal water is currently available.


Surface sale only, no minerals will convey.


Electricity is located across the road.


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