Thursday, June 20, 2013

I continue to analyze and evaluate different options that have presented themselves to date. A formal offer of land for sale will in all likelihood will not occur until complicated tax issues and development questions have been adequately assessed and addressed. While this exploration process continues we are open and willing to listen to legitimate development offers, ideas and suggestions as to the best use of the land. The fact that this tract has 1/2 mile of live water on the Guadalupe River, substantial US 183 highway frontage and electric service infrastructure in place makes it a premiere location for multiple development ideas.   

      Parcels of the 70.15 acre tract of land fronting on both US 183 and the Guadalupe River will soon be offered for sale. Check back here for details about property offerings very soon.

This map is the official FEMA flood plain designation. Most of the subject property coming up for sale is outside of the 100 year flood plain.

Live Water Property on the Guadalupe River with multiple buildable home sites are extremely rare to find in South Texas. This property has both home and recreational uses for boating, swimming, fishing, and scenic enjoyment. Owning a live water tract is the ultimate status symbol.
                                                      USGS topographic map

                                                          FEMA map

USGS topographic map
The FEMA and USGS topo maps clearly show the vast majority of land in the Steen Plain is either in the floodway or the flood plain. There quite simply is precious little land in the area that is not subject to severe flooding.  

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