72 acres, Atascosa County

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72 Acres


South Texas

Property Description:

Gorgeous 72+/- Acres located just south of the city of Pleasanton! From the paved road frontage on CR 430, you enter the property through a newly built large recessed pipe gate and continue along a scenic drive to the top of a hill. The high points of this ranch provide views of the surrounding countryside as well as the city of Pleasanton. Toward the back of the property there is a beautiful pond lined with mature oaks, mesquites and other native vegetation. There is a cabin that was renovated in 2020 to include a bedroom, full kitchen, and full bath complete with wood paneling and wood flooring throughout. There is also a covered porch with scenic views of the pond and a water well to supply water to both the cabin and the pond. There is a McCoy water co-op line along the county road. With convenient access to both Pleasanton, Jourdanton, and a short drive from San Antonio this tract is truly a rare find.


McCoy Co-op Water Line along County Road, Water Well near cabin.


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