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70 Acres of Land near Hondo, Texas, just west of San Antonio for Sale @2239 CR 532 Rd, Hondo, Texas 78861, Austin Silent Market Listing


70 Acres of Land near Hondo, Texas, just west of San Antonio for Sale @2239 CR 532 Rd, Hondo, Texas 78861


70 Acres of Land near Hondo, Texas, just west of San Antonio for Sale. Now Active and Live for Sale on ABOR MLS, & LoopNet. Farm and Ranch.

The exact physical address is 2239 CR 532 in Medina County, Just southwest of Hondo, Texas

Austin Silent Market’s Broker Associate George Vance McGee 512.657.9281


The following is information about the 70 acres of  land per the Medina County Gov Offices

–The 70 acres is NOT located in the city limits of Hondo, Texas.

–septic system installs require health and environment regulations per Medina County

–the 70 Acres, can YES be subdivided into separate and smaller land segments

–Medina Electric Service,

–Well Water or perhaps West Medina Water services

-the East Branch Live Oak Creek runs through Southwest and Northwest Sections of the 70 acres tract of land

–Portions of 70 acres are in the 100 & 500 year floodplain

                 —–Owner/Seller states, “parcels of acreage are ag exempt”                       (agricultural exemption)

Open Zoning, Residential or Commercial Use allowed per Medina County

–The County Road the 70 acres faces and has frontage on is paved.


This below is information per the Landowner & Seller;

  • The Land is above is the Edward’s Water Aquifer

  • the direct land neighbor has a well dug into and with access to the Edwards Water Aquifer

  • The Floodplain was farm land the government paid for the owner’s deceased father to purposely NOT farm. The seller’s dad planted potatoes at one time in the creek. Deposits silt. Create rich black soil, that can be considered valuable


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