18860 Fm 1937, San Antonio, TX 78221

70 acres

Sold on 10/21/14

My Notes

70+/- acres w/approx half mile of the Medina River frontage. Ideal for mixed use commercial, trucking, subdivision, farm/ranch, agriculture, camping, recreation (hunting & fishing) or Eagle Ford Shale oil business. Halliburton, Texas A&M nearby. Flat 22acres w/scattered mesquites. 100plus Pecan Tree orchard on 47 acre Medina River bottom. 2 homes, 2 mobiles, as is. Just 20 min to downtown San Antonio or large malls, HEB, Walmart, hotels, shopping, restaurants. Schools nearby. Quick 1.25 mile to Loop 1604 Brokered And Advertised By: Mission Realty Listing Agent: Randy Watson

What I love about the home

NOTES OF HISTORIC INTEREST via TAMU: Property is located in southeast Bexar County in the community of Losoya. Own a piece of history. This property is part of the Domingo Losoya Land Grant and location of the old Losoya Crossing over the Medina River. Domingo Losoya (1783-1869) spent a good part of his life fighting for freedom. He was a rebel against the royalist government of Spain. He fought as a U.S. volunteer against the British in the War of 1812. And, he fought for Texas independence.
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  • Views: 3,472 all time views
  • Lot depth: 96
  • Lot width: 426
  • Last sold: Oct 2014


    • Parking: 704 sqft
    • View: Park, Water
    • Waterfront

    Additional Features

    • Medina River frontage.


    • Parcel #: 040370040010
    • Zillow Home ID: 26147870

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