This 515-acre tract of land lies between Austin and San Antonio, in one of central Texas fastest growing areas - in the corridor between State Hwy 123 and TX-130 Toll Highway. It is certain to appreciate in value as Austin, San Antonio, and the towns between them continue their impressive growth. Located approximately 13 miles southeast of San Marcos in Guadalupe County, the property is one of the last farms of its size available for sale in this area.
The acreage consists of two tracts [303.6 acres & 211.7 acres] divided by Bylerpool Road. Each tract is bounded by paved roadway frontage on two sides. Water lines (Crystal Clear Water Supply Corporation) and power lines (Guadalupe Valley Electric Co-Op) run alongside each tract. There is no wastewater treatment service. However, the property is well-positioned to benefit from nearby York Valley MUDs ability to issue tax-exempt bonds to fund or reimburse wastewater and other infrastructure improvements.
The land is currently operated as a dry-land farm, which affords consistent lease revenue and qualifies it for an agriculture-based property tax exemption. Property taxes (based upon agriculture use) are less than $1,500 per year, and will continue in this range so long as the farm is operated or leased for agriculture use.
FROM SAN MARCOS: At IH 35, south on State Hwy 123 (6.6 miles); Left on FM 1979 (2.3 miles); Right on FM 3353 (2.0 miles); Left on FM 1339 (2.2 miles).
FROM SEGUIN: North on State Hwy 123 (8.0 miles); Right on FM 1339 (6.5 miles).
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