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Triple R Ranch Development: ‘great escape’ to country life
Triple R Ranch is located between Floresville and La Vernia off C.R. 319, and is a close commute to San Antonio.
Have you been thinking about moving? Looking for a nice place in the country to raise a family or enjoy retirement living? Find the “great escape” to the quiet country living you’ve been searching for and couldn’t find!
Welcome to Triple R Ranch, an exclusive planned community development with quality restrictions, not burdened with an HOA (Homeowners Association), and no city taxes. Many residents are now living their dream in their custom dream home at Triple R Ranch and enjoying the beautiful hilltop views. There are many beautiful tracts, ranging from 3 acres to 20 acres, with coastal grasses for cattle or horses.
Since the 1960s, this ranch was formerly known as Triple C Cattle Ranch and later the Triple B Cattle Ranch.
Triple R Ranch is ideally located between Floresville and La Vernia off C.R. 319, and is a close commute to San Antonio. High speed Internet is available through LVWiFi, which serves Floresville, Stockdale, and La Vernia, and is locally owned by Brandon Rose.
The development is located in the Floresville Independent School District.
Triple R Ranch was developed by La Vernia Homes Ltd., which is locally owned by Dustin Rose and Brandon Rose.
Many custom homes are currently under construction. You will have 3 acres or more of homesite area with beautiful views. You won’t feel crowded at Triple R Ranch.
Triple R Ranch is marketed by Rose Properties, located at U.S. 87 and F.M. 775 in La Vernia. Since 1976, Rose Properties has been in the real estate business doing real estate brokerage and rural land development.
For more information, visit www.rpland.com.
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