With easy access to San Antonio, the JL Ranch is comprised of 50+/- acres of heavy native brush that provides excellent hunting and recreation. With a blank canvas, the property can be developed to meet the needs of the next owner.
Undeveloped 50 low-fenced acres with heavy native brush offering good hunting opportunities. Easy to access, and ready to make it your own, located between Devine and Jourdanton in Atascosa County.
Between Devine and Jourdanton off Highway 173 to CR 311, to CR 310 with a Charlotte address.
Relatively flat brush country with a small drainage running through it called Mile and a Half Creek. The property is rectangular in shape and covered with heavy native mature brush, trees, and good grass.
An electric meter is on the property and currently services the lease tenants newer portable buildings which are not included in the sale but can be purchased separately through a Bill of Sale. The buildings consist of a 12’x40’ cabin, a 12’x32’ storage shed, a small bunk room, and a bathroom trailer.
Whitetail Deer, Rio Grande Turkeys, Mourning Dove, Bobwhite Quail, Fox, Feral Hogs, Bobcat, and other native species.
A Mile and a Half Creek runs through part of the property proving an opportunity to hold water in the small tank with sufficient rainfall. There is no water well on the property but there is a public utility water line (McCoy) running along the county road frontage. The seller has initiated an application to have a water meter installed once a hydro study has been completed and approved.