284± Acres Quihi Oaks Ranch West
Medina County, CR 265, Rio Medina, Texas
Description: This ranch lies in the highly sought-after region of eastern Medina County, just 18 minutes west of San Antonio. Quihi Oaks is a unique ranch that offers the privacy of a large ranch, with the convenience of San Antonio just minutes away. This ranch is well balanced with native brush and selectively cleared land, offering the ability for grazing, hunting or recreational use of the property. Plenty of large Oak trees and one pond add to the uniqueness of this offering.
Improvements: The 284 tract on the west side contains a smaller 1,237± square foot wood and brick home as well as three barns, cattle pens and a 672± square foot garage with a walk-in deer cooler. There is a good road system that traverses the ranch and gives access to the hunting blinds and feeders, making this ranch ready to hunt. All fencing on the property is low fence.
Water: Quihi Oaks West has a Yancey Municipal Water with a water meter and one water well by the house. Also within in the property are some fingers of Quihi Creek. These drainages provide good cover and have pools of water in wet times.
Wildlife: This partially low fenced ranch contains wildlife that is native to this part of Texas, including whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, doves, ducks, and varmints.
Vegetation: This ranch falls in the transition zone where the Texas Hill Country and South Texas meet. Due to this the brush ranges from typical South Texas brush like Guajillo, White Brush, Mesquite, prickly pear cactus, and persimmons to Texas Hill Country Brush like cedar and Agarita. Large oak trees are found throughout which is representative of the Hill Country.
Utilities: Electricity, water well and municipal water.
Location: Quihi Oaks is located 13+ miles north of Castroville, 14+ miles west of San Antonio, 14+ miles northeast of Hondo, 113+ miles southwest of Austin. This property sits on CR 265, CR 354 and FM 2676. This western tract has 1 mile of CR 265 frontage and also .35 miles of CR 354 frontage.
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