CACTUS VALLEY RANCH is 130 ACRES of gentle oak covered hills in Medina County, located about 30 minutes from Bandera and 45 minutes from San Antonio. This land has elevation and beautiful views, level oak studded pastures, seasonal streams and a pond. The three bedroom, two bath, Hill Country Classic rock home was built for indoor and outdoor living, with an open floor plan, sunset and sunrise porches, a large deck plus oak-shaded patio. There is a 2100 sq. ft. barn/workshop with adjacent pens for the longhorns. The original sheepherder's farm house, built in the early 1900's, is now a guest house/rental.
The 130 Acres is fenced and cross-fenced into 4+ pastures with water for livestock and wildlife. Most of the cedar has been cleared, leaving just enough cover for habitat. The land is gentle, you can walk it, drive it, graze it, hunt it and ride it on horseback. The ranch has an ag valuation for tax purposes and could qualify for a wildlife exemption as well. The 2100 sq. foot drive-thru barn includes an insulated office, 12' door, 3 car carport and storage area.
The 1860 sq. ft. Hill Country Classic rock home, built in 2003, features an open floor plan, wood burning rock fireplace and vaulted ceilings. This home was designed for cross-ventilation to enjoy fresh cool country breezes throughout the home. Entertain a few or many, there is an open kitchen and dining area and large island/breakfast bar. There is a screened in porch for outdoor dining and a large oak covered deck and patio for big barbecues. Just off the deck is an above-ground pool with a view. Relax in the pool at the end of a summer day and watch the wildlife in the pasture below.
Cactus Valley Ranch has end of the road privacy. It is quiet and far enough away from city lights to see the Milky Way. It is located about 7 miles off Hwy 173, 30 minutes from Bandera, 25 minutes from Hondo and 1 1/4 hours from the San Antonio airport. This is the ideal property for indoor-outdoor living, Cactus Valley Ranch has big spaces to roam, plus all the comforts of home.
From San Antonio, take I-10 to Hwy 90 to Hondo, then north on Hwy 173 to CR 241, go about 7 miles to the end of the road, property is on the left.
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