Mystic Oaks RanchAcres: 260 +/- AcresLocation: Located approximately 4.5 miles north of Hondo, TX off of paved Kohler Lane in Medina County.Description: An exceptionally well maintained Medina County ranch. The property is comprised of 260 acres, entering off of the paved road via a custom gated pipe entrance. A paved road meanders from the front entrance to the headquarters. The headquarters area is well laid out around the circular concrete drive ways. Terrain on the ranch is of mostly level and covered in an extraordinary variety of high protein brush species including: Blackbrush and Guahillo, Live Oaks, Bull Mesquites, Mt. Laurels, Cedar Elms, and blanketed with thick native grasses.Wildlife: Native wildlife on Mystic Oaks Ranch is healthy including whitetail deer, dove, quail, and flocks of turkey. Whitetail deer of superior genetics have been introduced on the ranch which serves as an exceptional foundation for years to come. Water: Mystic Oaks has one pond approximately two acres, five wildlife water troughs. There is a rural water meter providing some domestic water, one Edwards water well services the ranch with undergr
69 Ac., more or less. Last surveyed in 2008. Located approximately 9.5 miles north of Hwy. 90 off CR 341 and CR 3401, all in Medina County, Texas. $3,400.00 per surveyed acre or $221,990.00 total. Cash to Seller or third party financing. The property holds an agricultural exemption for tax purposes. 2013 taxes were approximately $137.00. All minerals owned to be conveyed. To be more fully determined at time of new title commitment. The seasonal Mustang Creek traverses the property. There is currently no water on property. Depth to the top of the Edwards Aquifer is approximately 250'. There is an electric line and easement that traverses the property. There is currently no electricity to the property; however, electricity is on adjacent properties. Hondo I.S.D. Approximately 14 acres is open tillable field which could be used for cultivation of farm crops, permanent grasses for livestock or seed-bearing plants for wildlife. The terrain is nearly level to gently rolling. Timber consists of live oak, cedar, mesquite, elm and hackberry, post oak, mountain laurel and persimmon. Grasses are primarily native. A portion of the property lies in the F.E.M.A. 100-year Floo
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SECO CREEK RANCHAcres: 1432 +/- AcresLocation: Located off of FM 2200 approximately 10 miles from DHanis & 10 miles from Yancey, Texas. The ranch main entrance is off of FM 2200, in Medina County.Terrain / Vegetation: Terrain on the ranch is rolling with healthy, well maintained pastures. The ranch is 60% native brush, 20% pastures and 20% farmland. This property is covered in an extraordinary variety of high protein brush species, huge Live Oaks and blanketed with thick improved grasses, several large food plots, and an expansive garden of native flora. Several wet-weather creeks including the Seco Creek meander throughout the property providing awesome wildlife and bird sanctuary. There are two irrigated 100 acre coastal fields with Valley pivots. Water: Seco Creek Ranch has three very nice lakes and three ponds that have been well maintained, producing large bass, catfish and perch. The wet-weather Seco Creek and Little Seco Creek run throughout the ranch. There are four water wells on the ranch consisting of: a 2000' 1200gpm Edwards wat
115 Ac., more or less. Located approximately 8 miles north of Hwy. 90 off Hwy. 173, then 1 mile west on CR 241. Property is on the north (right) side of CR 241. Cash to Seller or third party financing. The property holds an agricultural exemption for tax purposes. Seller is believed to own all minerals and will convey all owned. To be more fully determined at time of new title commitment. There is a very large earthen tank that holds water year-round from the high elevation water shed. Currently the tank holds about 4-5 deep water and is approximately acre in size. When full, this tank could be 30-40 deep and 150 yards across. There is no water well on the acreage. The acreage is perimeter fenced on three sides, excepting the 1 mile of frontage on CR 241. Several senderos have been cut through the property. The terrain is hill country transition zone, typically full of 600-800 elevations, grassy meadows, large timber and a good variety of dense brush. An electric line is on the outside perimeter west fence line. This low fenced acreage has many whitetail deer, a few axis deer, many turkey, hogs and other varmints. The tank is located in a dove flyway and many have been
425.684 acres NW of Hondo, Texas. This listing could be developed either as residential or commercial property.This property is immediately south of the property owned by Martin Marietta Materials, Southwest which is contiguous to the new limestone quarry in Medina County. Further, the west side of this property is bordered by the Martin Marietta/Union Pacific railroad right of way. The railroad, when completed, will connect the quarry to the Union Pacific railroad near Highway 90 to the south.In addition, the owners of the 425.684 acres have acquired a negotiated right to have a rail switch and rail line from the Martin Marietta/Union Pacific railroad onto this property. The right to own and develop this rail line is transferable to the new owners.Further, there are 3 vehicular ingress and egress access routes to the property. First, a negotiated right to use the Martin Marietta road, currently under construction inside the Martin Marietta Railroad Right Of Way corridor, from this property south to paved CR 421 (Koehler Lane) has been established by the owners of this acreage and this route is transferrable. Second, the owners have secured a separate ease
This Property has almost one mile of frontage road can be subdivided or used as a hunting ranch. The terrain is great for deer, dove, turkey and hog hunting. It has three small ponds ranging from 1/2 acre to 2 acres . The Tehucana creek runs thru the property with large mature trees lining its banks. It also has about 50 acres of open level field great for planting crops. Call for information on the oil production on the property. OWNER WILL CONVEY 100% OF MINERAL WRIGHTS AND OWNED OIL PRODUCTION.
100 Ac., more or less. David Brown, unrecorded subdivision, Tract 22, Abstract #1711, F. Rothe, Survey #300. Approximately 20 miles north of Hondo off FM 462 to CR 232 to PR 2321 to PR 2322 and to PR 2323 which property is located on in Brown Ranch Subdivision, all in Medina County, Texas with frontage on paved CR 312. Cash to Seller and/or third party financing. Property is under Ag use exemption and taxes are approximately $60.00/year. No minerals to convey. All minerals were retained by previous owner. Access is by deeded easement and gated private roads off of CR 232. Water well in well house at approximately 400 deep with an approximately 3,000 gallon concrete storage tank with gravity flow water trough. Rolling hills with draws and high points for excellent views of the hills to the North and west. Oaks, some cedar, persimmon, mountain laurel, sumac, cactus, kidney wood and native grasses. Plentiful deer, turkey and some hogs. Hunting is allowed. Property subdivision has minimal restrictions and a $200.00 fee per year for the road maintenance. Two travel trailers will remain with the sale (they are in need of some repairs). Water is piped to the travel trailers. T
ACRES: 155 +/- Acres.LOCATION: This beautiful Hill Country ranch is located approximately 12miles north of Hondo and approximately 15 miles south of Banderawith frontage on State Hwy 173 in Medina County.PRICE: $850,000.MINERALS: Exact mineral conveyance to be determined by new titlecommitment.WATER: Water on the ranch consists of one new Edwards Aquifer waterwell equipped with a submersible pump, water cistern, and twowater troughs. Also located in the ranch is a wet weather creekand a nice size pond for livestock and wildlife.DESCRIPTION: The terrain is level to gently rolling and is typical of the transitionzone in Medina County. The ranch consists of thick nativegrasses, enormous oak trees and cedar elm. There has beenextensive cedar clearing on parts of the ranch allowing forbeautiful open areas. The ranch is divided into three separatepastures with 58 acres bordering the highway and 97 acres in theback divided into two pastures. Also located in the ranch is an oldcabin along with two electric meters.REMARKS: This is a low fenced ranch in a very desirable part of Texas. Withthe native wildlife, the highway frontage, and the close proximi
This unique property features a beautiful custom built Hill Country style Home with approximately 4400 s.f. of living area, front and back porches and detached two car covered carport. The current owner built the home in 1999 with many custom details. The home features 4BR/2.5BA, master suite, spacious Kitchen, large Family room with fireplace and wet bar, Sun room, formal living room, formal dining room. Other improvements include a 1008 s.f. Guest/Rent house, 40X25 Barn/Shop, and private Edwards Aquifer well. The property is covered with live oak trees.