Medina County

100 Acres


CR 232, Hondo, Texas 78861
Hill Country
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Property Description:

This 100+/- acre hunting/recreational ranch is situated in Medina County along the southern edge of the Texas Hill Country. The property is ideally located between Hondo (18 +-mi.) and Tarpley (14+- mi.) and only a short drive from Bandera (28+-mi.) providing the conveniences of the city with the privacy of living on a ranch. The property sits at the end of County Road 232 and has very little road traffic providing excellent end of road privacy. The property features mature oaks and other hardwoods creating the ideal setting for a weekend getaway or permanent residence, as well as excellent habitat for a variety of wildlife. Water is provided by a water well. More acreage may be available. Improvements include a triple wide mobile home with a full length porch at the front and large porch off of the kitchen, two pole barns ideal for equipment and vehicle storage, covered RV area, small set of pens, water well, and tack room.

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