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This is a well located property being approximately 19 miles south of downtown San Antonio in southern Bexar County. The property lies approximately two miles south of Loop 1604 and is accessed by Grapeland Road, which dead-ends in to the property.
This property will make a good recreational and hunting property as well as a future investment. Both U.S. Highway 281 and I-37 are easily accessible.
The property offers good hunting opportunities for whitetail deer, turkey, dove and hogs.
In 2006 approximately 77.56 acres of the property were the subject of a geotechnical engineering study to assess the feasibility of a new subdivision. The subdivision was to consist of 4 blocks totaling 57 single family residential lots. All of the information pertaining to this study, engineering, platting, etc.... will be made available to the buyer.
The property is made up of level to gently rolling native pasture land. Brush species include live oak, post oak, hackberry, hickory, and mesquite among other brush species that are native to the area. Gallinas Creek, a wet weather creek, traverses the central portion of the property.
The property has no existing water wells. There is access to municipal water provided by the San Antonio Water System via an 8 inch line located near the northeast corner of the property. Additionally, electricity will be provided by City Public Service.
Minerals are negotiable with an acceptable offer.
Blake Behrens 325-656-0444
Located approximately 19 miles south of downtown San Antonio being south of Loop 1604 and west of Pleasanton Road on Grapeland Drive.
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