Medina County offers a great lifestyle and quality wildlife habitat making real estate in the area highly coveted. This 187 acre Medina County ranch has terrain that is flat to rolling with sandy loam soils. The property is loaded with beautiful live oak, hickory, Spanish oak, post oak, hackberry, southern sumac, yaupon holly, muscadine grapes and bull mesquite. This property is quite attractive to whitetail deer, providing a variety of high protein browse to eat and native grasses. For livestock, this ranch also has some improved pastures (about 25 acres of coastal Bermuda).
Wildlife on this Medina County ranch is diverse. Native wildlife on the property is abundant and includes whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, mourning dove, bowhite quail and feral hogs. Wildlife flock to the 5 nice ponds that complete this smaller, yet complete piece of real estate. In addition, there is one well on an electric submersible pump with sand filter and separator, which supplies water to 3 of the ponds and 2 water troughs. Three of the ponds are stocked with largemouth bass and channel catfish.
This ranch is located off of IH-35 and CR 7812, approximately 5 miles southeast of Devine and 30 minutes from San Antonio, in Medina County. All roads are blacktop asphalt from IH-35 south and the county road to the ranch gate entrance. Priced at $701,250. Contact the listing agent for more information about this or other Medina County real estate.