181 Acres High Point Ranch

Status: Sold

181± Acres High Point Ranch, Medina County

FM 462 ESM, Hondo, TX 78861

Description: Picturesque scenery and seclusion all within an hour drive from San Antonio is a major highlight of the High Point Ranch. With more and more people desiring a piece of the Texas Hill Country it is becoming difficult to find that peace and quiet we all desire. The towering hillsides and low valleys found throughout the High Point seem to block out the hustle and bustle of the outside world yet it is only a short drive to town and metro amenities.

Improvements: An older 3 bedroom house with a large living area and kitchen needs to be finished out but could make a great ranch house or permanent residence with a little TLC. There Is an old set of cattle pens are still in solid condition along with a few cedar post sheds and metal barn for storage.

Water: A water well supplies water to the house and a large concrete trough, plus there is a large pond that holds water during wet times with a concrete spillway. A large draw also runs through the property that can hold water in pools during wet times and even flow with small waterfalls after a rain.

Vegetation and Terrain: The vegetation includes a good variety of native brush species and hardwood trees including Pecans, Post Oaks, Live Oaks, Elms, Hackberries, Cedar, etc. A good amount of clearing has been done to remove a lot of cedar in certain areas leaving behind lots of open grass areas with scattered post oaks.

Wildlife: High Point Ranch is home to a wide variety of wildlife native to the area including Whitetail Deer, Rio Grande Turkeys, Doves, Coyotes, Bobcats and other varmints. Several free range exotic species have also been seen on the property.

Location: High Point is located approximately 2.2± miles off of FM 462 North approximately 7.1±miles SE of Tarpley, 21.3± miles N of Hondo, 58.8±miles NE of Uvalde, 66.5± miles NW of San Antonio, 135.9± miles SW of Austin, and 265± miles W of Houston.

Minerals: Surface sale only with no current production.

Taxes: Wildlife Exemption.

Note: Texas law requires all real estate licensees to give the following Information About Brokerage Services: trec.state.tx.us/pdf/contracts/OP-K.pdf

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