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$2,775,850 721 acres
D'Hanis, Texas 78850 - Medina County

721 acres D'Hanis, TX

721+/- Acres PIEDRA RANCH LOCATION: This property is located on County Road 5252, also known as Deer Creek Road, 11 miles south of DHanis, Texas all in Medina County. The ranch is approximately an hours drive west of San Antonio and 20 minutes west of Hondo. WATER: Water on the ranch consists of one water well, equipped with a new submersible pump that feeds the stock tank and the water troughs. Also on the ranch are the branches of both wet weather East and West Squirrel Creeks. TERRAIN: The terrain varies from rolling hills to flat fertile soil areas with elevations ranging from 750 ft. to 870 ft. There are beautiful views throughout the property. This ranch boast a wide variety of hardwoods and brush species such as liv
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$1,099,000 283 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1 ½ Bath
Hondo, Texas 78861 - Medina County

283 acres Hondo, TX

ACRES: 283 +/- Acres. LOCATION: The Lazy R Ranch is ideally located in northern Medina County roughly 19 miles north of Hondo and just south of the Bandera County line off County Road 2412. PRICE: $1,099,000. WATER: There is one well that provides water to the landscaping drip system and the headquarters, which is equipped with a whole house water softener. Also located on the ranch are a couple of wet weather drainages that join together to form the beginning of Vat Springs. MINERALS: Exact mineral conveyance to be determined by new title commitment. WILDLIFE: Wildlife found on this ranch and the surrounding area is comprised of white-tailed deer, axis, feral hogs, turkey, quail, doves and others. TERRAIN: The La
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$916,400 316 acres
Quihi, Texas 78861 - Medina County

316 acres Quihi, TX

LOCATION: This beautiful ranch is located approximately 5 miles north of Quihi off County Road 353 and roughly 25 miles west of San Antonio. Access to the property is through a deeded easement. TERRAIN: The terrain varies from high elevations on the northern and western side of the property to gently sloping terrain to the south. Good balance of brush covers almost all of the property with clearing of cedar in areas. Timber consists of live oaks, cedar elm, and mountain laurels with the grasses consisting of curly mesquite and others native to the area. WATER: The wet weather Elm Creek runs through the west side of the ranch for approximately 2,700 feet and there is also a stock tank located on the southern end. There is no wat