The Property is within a corporate research park located in a prosperous developing suburban area west of San Antonio, with good access and visibility. The terrain offers good views, with native vegetation including oak trees, persimmon, and mountain laurel. The property has substantial frontage along Lambda Drive, which is a four-lane, asphalt-paved thoroughfare with concrete curbs and gutters. The land also has a potential secondary access to the proposed Omicron Drive, which is not completed or "roughed-in".
The property consists of large rectangular areas at the intersection of Lambda and Omicron Drives, with a large, irregular area accessing the creek frontage.
The San Antonio Research Park is just southwest of the State Highway 211/Potranco Road intersection. The property is located at the southwest and southeast corners of Lambda Drive and Omicron Drive in the Research Park.
Water service is provided by Bexar Met. Wastewater service is provided by San Antonio Water System (SAWS). Natural gas and fiber optic cable are also available.
Precilla Tarkington Survey 5 and Elizabeth Davis Survey 6/Block 4347
The site is outside the city limits of San Antonio and is unzoned.
There is an estimated 20-acre area within the 100-year flood plain, in the vicinity of Lucas Creek.
The property is hilly with elevations ranging from approximately 870 feet to 990 feet above sea level.
Adequate field notes exist for the issuance of a patent.
SURFACE ONLY IS BEING SOLD
SUBJECT TO ANY EASEMENTS OF RECORD OR VISIBLE AND APPARENT ON THE PROPERTY.
THE TEXAS GENERAL LAND OFFICE AND THE SCHOOL LAND BOARD NEITHER WARRANT NOR GUARANTEE THE ACCURANCY OF THIS INFORMATION. IF YOU SUBMIT A BID, YOU SHOULD DETERMINE THAT THE TRACT MEETS YOUR REQUIREMENTS REGARDING ACCESS, SIZE, SHAPE, LOCATION, ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS, AND EASEMENTS.