Nestled among the scenic hills outside of Helotes, Texas, this one-of-a-kind plus-or-minus 50 acre property has been a family homestead for the past 60 years. With a mixture of flat land, fields, and a hilltop with sweeping views, the possibilities are limited only by one's imagination. Located just six miles outside of Loop 1604 in Bexar County, the main entrance is three miles northwest of Helotes with gated access on State Highway 16, also known as Bandera Road. Helotes, Texas, was named as the best small town to raise kids in 2013, and a 2019 Reader's Digest article named Helotes as the Coolest Secret Location in Texas. The main entry road is shaded by large live oak trees and leads across a creek bed to the plus-or-minus 2,190 square-foot main house. This rock home was originally constructed around 1892 and has been subsequently improved and expanded. Several barns, outbuildings, and a garage with ample storage are located near the home. A one-bed, one-bath apartment is also located on the property for a caretaker or additional rental income. The property currently holds a 1-d-1 agricultural valuation, keeping the taxes low. Several fields offer great opportunities for livestock, equestrian uses, general recreation, or for additional development or improvements. A wet-weather creek bisects the property and presents spots for exploration and observation of native wildlife. For your chance to view this rare find in Bexar County, Texas, contact Texas Property Group.