Investor site with utilities. Highly coveted ETJ location contiguous to Uhland City Limits.
Price: Call Broker for pricing – 512 201 3229
+/- 79.68 Acres Available for Sale
Math on the Acreage Available for Sale:
+/- 81.002-acre tract less
+/- 0.5 acres Rental homes retained on Dairy Lane (shaded blue on enclosed map) less
+/– 0.37 acres Garages retained behind homestead on Cotton Gin (garages shaded blue on enclosed map) less
+/– 0.449 acres Cotton Gin ROW (Taking comprised of 0.280 and 0.169 acres) EQUALS
+/- 79.68 Acres Available for Sale
Jurisdiction: Primarily in the ETJ with small portion in the Uhland City Limits
Zoning: Agricultural (Ag) Zoning where applicable
Frontage: Approximately 1,950 feet of frontage along Cotton Gin Road, and approximately 2,600 feet of frontage along Dairy Road
Wastewater: Available, see exhibit included under the Eminent Domain section below.
Electric: Overhead along Cotton Gin and Dairy Road
Gas: None on site
School District: Hays CISD
FEMA: Portion of site is located in the floodplain. See provided engineer’s report.
Wetlands: Yes. 3 ponds on site. See provided engineer’s report.
Jurisdictional Waters: Yes. See provided engineer’s report.
Recently Closed and Pending Eminent Domain Matters: The Cotton Gin ROW taking, comprised of +/- 0.280 acres, and +/- 0.169 acres, has closed. (The survey and legal description can be found here for the 0.280 and 0.169 acres: 0.280 and 0.169 Acre Parcels_Cotton Gin ROW Taking). The offer for the County Line Wastewater taking comprised of +/- 1.934 acres has been accepted by the Seller and is anticipated to be recorded by the end of 2022. (The survey and legal description for the 1.934-acre easement can be found here: County Line WW Route_Survey for ED, with its updated location being shown here: Newest County Line Wastewater Exhibit .) Future FM 110 may be constructed in the future and its most current layout shows its location as being immediately west of the subject property and more or less along the alignment of Dairy Road.
Survey: Buyer to procure new survey.
Easements: Further research into title survey, when available, will be required.
Leases: Ag lease in place, leases in place for two rental homes retained by Seller.
NET DEVELOPABLE ACREAGE:
The net developable acreage in the most current exhibit for the site is slightly lower than in the engineer’s report. This is because the Seller asked the engineer to account for setbacks from the streams, wetlands, and floodplains in the most current exhibit, and to include the effects of the Cotton Gin ROW taking. Thus the updated net developable acreage of +/- 33.38 acres. Two areas of the most current exhibit total this 33.38 acres, and look for 32.73 acres labeled in the top middle of the property, and 0.65 acres labeled in its northeasternmost corner. All other numerals are dimensions for setbacks, the Cotton Gin ROW taking or for the future potential FM 110, the current layout of which is depicted in aqua and as more or less along Dairy Road’s current alignment. (Purple shading indicates portions of the site in the City of Uhland, and not setbacks.)
Please note: The 0.37 acres that the Seller wishes to retain behind the homestead needs to be subtracted from the net developable acreage as shown in the current exhibit. Thus: 33.38 acres less 0.37 acres = +/- 33.01 net developable acres. Unless see bullet 3 below…
- Seller to retain two rental houses along Dairy Road (approximately 0.5 acres of the 81-acre tract, see blue shading on map, thus the +/- 80.5 acres for sale).
- Not shown on provided map – Seller prefers to retain two garages behind the homestead located along Cotton Gin Road.
- Seller to retain two garages behind homestead on Cotton Gin (approximately 0.37 acres of the 81-acre tract, see blue shading).
- Seller to retain the homestead on Cotton Gin Road, which is inhabited. If you feel you must have this parcel and the 0.37 acres behind it (part of the 81-acre tract), then an offer will need to compensate the Seller for the replacement value of the home and the cost to move the two garages behind the home. Or buyer will need to consider building a replacement home and barn for the Seller and moving the garages’ contents for the Seller, with location to be determined by the parties.
- Seller does not intend to keep any of the other outbuildings, including the dairy barn.
Buyer to independently verify all information provided herein and shall not rely on the provided information to make investment and/or development decisions.