This 17.12 acres in Medina County and Medina Valley I.S.D. borders the western boundary of Castroville city limits along Alsace Avenue on the southern side of highway 90 and is in the Extra Territorial Jurisdiction (ET J) of Castroville. The property is immediately adjacent to the much storied and historical Cross Hill of Castroville*. It is filled with lush and dense South Texas brush including Guajillo, Black Brush, Mesquite, Acacia, Catclaw, some prickly pear and many large Live Oaks. The acreage is bordered on the south by the 126 acre Castroville Regional Park and Native Trails, and the BMA (Bexar-Medina-Atascosa) main irrigation canal along the southwest perimeter. It is a haven for wildlife including abundant Whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, songbirds and other small species. There is one deer blind and two corn feeders on the property. Currently, there is no active water, sewer or electric on the property, but all of these utilities are in place alongside the property on Alsace Avenue. The depth to the top of the Edwards Aquifer is approximately 800′ and access to the BMA irrigation Canal can be applied for. This is a high elevation property of 800′-900′ offering spectacular views overlooking the city of Castroville and the hills of Northern Medina County. Offerings of large elevated tracts of pristine rural acreage adjacent to the fast growing city of Castroville are rare, making this land a very valuable investment either as a destination recreation ranch and homestead, or an excellent opportunity for a premier community developer. Seller will convey all owned minerals to Buyer. * Hondo Anvil Herald 8/30/2018, Page 1 Shown by appointment only with Texas Ranch Sales LLC. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Texas Ranch Sales, LLC.