Post Oak Pasture
This unrestricted 98.4 acres has approximately 600 feet of Hwy 123 frontage just 10 minutes north of Stockdale in Wilson County. The beautiful property is covered in countless mature post oaks and a few large clusters of amazing live oaks. A large open pasture in the center provides native grass for grazing, and two ponds provide ample water for the current cattle and frequent wildlife. An electricity meter and water well are located near the center of the property.
TBD Hwy 123, Stockdale, TX 78160
8 miles to Stockdale, 15 miles to Seguin/I-10, 47 miles to downtown San Antonio, 51 miles to San Antonio International Airport, 67 miles to Austin
The land is mostly sandy loam soil covered with native grasses. About 80% of the property is wooded with tons of mature post oaks and a few mature live oaks and elms. The topography is gradually sloping down toward the back with 60 feet of elevation change. Two half-acre ponds provide water as well as hunting and fishing opportunities. There is no flood plain on the property.
The low perimeter fence on three sides varies from excellent to moderate condition. The eastern back boundary is high fenced by the neighbor. A gate/panel corral is on site to feed and catch the cattle as needed. There is a GVEC power meter located in the center of the property and a water well in need of repair.
The seller believes to own all mineral rights which are negotiable.
Agricultural tax valuation. Wilson County, Stockdale ISD. 2021 taxes were $175.
With a population of roughly 1,500 people, Stockdale enjoys all the advantages of life in a small town while being less than an hour drive from one of the largest cities in the country. Hospitals in Floresville and Seguin serve the area. Physicians and dentists are available locally and in nearby communities of Floresville, La Vernia, Seguin and San Antonio. San Antonio also boasts some of the premier medical centers in the southwestern United States. Stockdale is also served by a dedicated and well trained Volunteer Fire Department, as well as a full time Emergency Medical Service funded by Emergency Services District #3. Stockdale’s city park would be the envy of much larger communities. Nestled among shady pecan trees lie softball and Little League baseball fields, picnic areas, covered pavilions, basketball courts, volleyball courts and a rodeo arena. First celebrated in 1937, the Stockdale Watermelon Jubilee is one of the oldest watermelon festivals in Texas. Always the third weekend in June, the Jubilee is a refreshing slice of summertime fun.
***Buyer Agents must make first contact and be present at all showings to participate in 50% commission split. If this condition is not met, Buyer Agent split is at sole discretion of Grand Land Company.
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- Company: Broker Associate
Kendrick grew up in the Cuero, TX area working on his family’s ranch. He attended college at Texas A&M where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Distribution. A sales professional ever since, Kendrick has 18+ years’ in the construction and chemical industries. Additionally, he has been a licensed real estate agent (TREC #578428) since 2007 with his father’s brokerage. This wide range of experience has afforded him a strong network of industry professionals and ranchers all over South and Central Texas. Today, Kendrick owns and manages several family ranches near Westhoff, TX. As an avid hunter and fisherman, he has hunted deer and elk all over North America, and enjoys fishing in Rockport. He loves spending time with his wife and two sons who are involved in 4-H, church, football, track, and basketball.
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This Land style property is located in is currently and has been listed on Grand Land Company. This property is listed at $ 984,000. It has bedrooms, bathrooms, and is 98.4 acres. The property was built in year.