8.83 acres in Goliad County, Texas
- County: Goliad
- Address: Villa Santa Dorotea
- Zip: 77963
- Type: Timberland, Undeveloped Land
- City: Goliad
- Price: $750,000
- Acres: 9
- State/Zip: Texas 77963
- Status: Available
RANCH NAME: Villa Santa Dorotea
ADDRESS: 000 Laso Street
COMMENTS: Own and preserve a piece of history! 9 flags have flown over this land: Spanish; French; First Republic of Texas; Mexican; Second Republic of Texas; First Independence (Bloody Arm); Republic of Texas; Confederate States; and the United States of America. Have your own private archaeological site. Spanish military map from 1767 depicts what was on this historic property at that time. Berlandier`s 1830 drawing of the Presidio La Bahia as seen from the Mission Espiritu Santo also depicts what was potentially on the property.
IMPROVEMENTS: Cedar Fence, access along river, selectively cleaned up
TOPOGRAPHY: Gentle slope with several draws that lead to the river
TAXES: Goliad Co
LIVE WATER: 1000 feet of San Antonio River adjoining the Texas State Park Mission Espiritu Santo
WATER: 1000 feet of San Antonio River
TERRAIN: Directly across the river is the Spanish Colonial Era Mission of Nuestra Senora del Espiritu Santo de Zuniga, a Texas State Park.
Walking distance from Presidio La Bahia, General Zaragoza Birthplace, and a short distance from downtown historic Goliad. The city of Goliad offers a quaint town square featuring the recently renovated Goliad County Courthouse, which has been restored to its original 1894 appearance.
WELLS and TANKS: City Water availible
WILDLIFE: Land: Deer and Turkey River: Yellow, Blue, and Channel catfish. Bass, Alligator Gar, and more.
History: Spanish military map from 1767 depicts what was on this historic property at that time. Berlandier`s 1830 drawing of the Presidio La Bahia as seen from the Mission Espiritu Santo also depicts what was potentially on the property.
Artifacts: Transom ware, Majolica pottery, and more artifacts already discovered on the property. Several Foundations from what were Spanish soldiers housing have been found. Location of the ``Canoa`` River crossing on the ``Camino De San Antonio Vejar`` as seen on the 1767 Map is potentially here. -1/17/2018
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