Rio Medina Farm
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Rio Medina Farm is 202 +/- acres of prime development land with water rights and fertile soil for a current farming operation. This property is located near the corner of Potranco Road (FM 1951) and FM 471, about two miles south of Rio Medina, TX and has been in the same family for generations. While the Medina Valley has always been noted for its rich agricultural land, in recent years it has become one of the fastest-growing areas in and around San Antonio. There have been new schools, commercial development, and neighborhoods built because of the convenient access to San Antonio from Hwy 90. Medina Valley School District is recognized as one of the best school districts in the state, making this a wonderful area for young families to call home.
Medina County is a very productive agricultural area with beautiful corn fields and a close proximity to the town of Castroville, Texas, which was founded in the 1840’s by Alsatien Immigrants. The terrain is flat with generative soil. This property is located near the transition line of the Coastal Plain to the Texas Hill Country.
There are 210-acre feet of water that convey with the property. For those that are not familiar with water rights, there are 325,000 gallons in one-acre foot of water and that is enough for approximately two to three households for a year. Altogether, the 210-acre feet of water is enough for approximately 500 families for an entire year. There are two irrigation wells located on the property as well.