The property's access to Highway 59 and a paved county road, its rectangular shape, and the proximity to Goliad holds significant investment value as it is ready to be divided and further developed, used as a homestead or recreation spot, or both. The property provides agricultural and recreational value for its owner with improved coastal fields for hay production or grazing, plenty of room and water for horses, abundant native wildlife habitat for hunting, or an oasis among the many mature oaks just miles from the coast.
ADDITIONAL PURCHASE OPTION: An additional 95 acres with Hwy 59 frontage, for a total of 145 acres for $1,390,000.
The ranch is situated just 3 miles east of Goliad on Hwy 59, just over an hour from Corpus Christi, 2.25 hours from Houston, and an easy 90 minutes to San Antonio
The 4/3 3,300 sq. ft. home is surrounded by towering live oaks providing shade and natural beauty and is accessible from McCampbell Rd. Built in the 1960s and remodeled in 2008, the home is a piece of history once owned by the original settler, Mr. McCampbell, himself. The kitchen is equipped with a gas cooktop, the dining area hosts views of the coastal fields, the den is complete with wet bar and large brick wood burning fireplace, a gas fireplace ensures the right ambiance in the master bedroom, large windows showcase the lands natural beauty with striking views and tree cover. The home has two separate AC units, a new sprinkler system, and a new asphalt driveway that leads to the two-car attached garage, the two-car detached garage, and the horse and equipment barns.
Equine & Ag- Use Features
The 80x100 fully insulated and wired Rhino metal barn has 6 roll up doors on both sides and is tall enough for nearly any piece of equipment, 2-14 doors, 4-12 doors The horse barn is complete with water and electricity and is inside a completely fenced, coastal pasture.
The 50-acre ranch is fenced and cross fenced, divided between improved coastal fields and live oak forests providing ample opportunity for diverse use. An agricultural tax valuation is in place keeping taxes manageable and carrying costs low. The front fields are fully fenced and improved coastal in sandy-loam soil ideal for horses, livestock, or hay production.
North of the home, a live oak forest provides a barrier between the home and the road frontage, and a perfect habitat for the propertys many deer, hogs, and woodland creatures. Live oaks and hackberries are the primary canopy over an understory of black brush, croton, huisache, yaupon, and Jerusalem thorn. The diversity of the native grasses across the property is impressive and includes little blue stem, green sprangle-top, silver blue stem, switch grass and, purple top. The current owner has several feeders placed on the property and there is abundant sign of deer, hogs, and turkey. The topography is gently sloping providing visual interests, cover for the wildlife, draw for the creek, and defined hunting areas.
Water is very strong on this property with 3 water wells; 2 of which are solar powered, with pressure ranges from 50 to 100 gpm.
There are 2 nice stock ponds on the property, which could be enlarged to nice recreational lakes. The creek traversing the property is evidence of the amount of watershed available for these water features.
***Buyer Agents must make first contact and be present at all showings to participate in a commission split. If this condition is not met, Buyer Agent split is at sole discretion of Plateau Land Group, LP management. Each Keller Williams office is independently owned and operated***
From Goliad, take Hwy 59 3 miles east to McCampbell Road. The property is located on the corners of Hwy 59 and McCambell Road, and the main entrance is the southeast corner of McCambell Road and East Oak Street.
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