Description: A chance to own a unique piece of land in very desirable Medina County. It features big virgin brush with large oak trees and creek beds. The ranch has been owned and operated by the same family for over 80 years.
Water: The ranch has a lush border along Seco Creek. Below the campsite there is a beautiful hole of water that is 1,600± feet long. No water well on property. Edwards water is believed to be 1800-2000± feet deep. It is also believed that West Medina Water Supply Corp. will provide water to the property; the expense will be that of the Buyer.
Improvements: The property is low perimeter fenced. There is an old hunting camp with electricity.
Terrain/Elevation: Good low lying soils to one high area with gravely hills. Elevations range from 780± to 800± feet.
Vegetation: The ranch has big virgin brush with large oak trees, elm trees, mesquite trees and hackberry trees, throughout. Two creek drainages provide major tree cover. This place has all of the necessary brush to grow large deer and carry an abundance of game. Brush species include blackbrush, guyacon, guajillo, whitebrush, granjeno, persimmon, prickly pear, mesquite and more.
Wildlife: Due to the great brush diversity, cover and creeks, there is an abundance of wildlife. Native game includes whitetail deer, turkey, javelina, hogs, quail, dove and varmints. With Seco Creek, animals have cover and water, and turkey are provided great roosting sites.
Minerals: Negotiable. No production, and no lease in place.
Location: This property is located 60± miles west of San Antonio, 35± miles east of Uvalde, 15± miles southwest of Hondo and 8± miles south of D’Hanis, Texas. The property is located on Deer Creek Road.
Airport: South Texas Regional Airport (KHDO) is 2 miles NW of Hondo and has a 6002 foot runway.