Habitat: The ranch is in the highly sought-after Transition Zone between the Texas Hill Country and the South Texas plains. The ranch has spectacular views of the Medina River Valley, including Castroville and western Bexar County. The habitat consists of majestic live oaks, mesquite, Texas persimmon, kidneywood, and many other South Texas species of brush.
Agriculture: The ranch has a 70 acre food plot planted in annuals for dove hunting in the fall, and winter annuals for white-tailed deer and exotics.
Wildlife & Hunting: The ranch has an improved white-tailed deer herd. The ranch also has a variety of exotics established.
Lodge- Living quarters consist of a newer manufactured home. The manufactured home includes many upgrades like a redwood deck, rock skirt, granite counter tops, and irrigated landscaping. The ranch also has an inclosed barn that has a air conditioned oﬃce, work shop, and bunk room.
Roads- The county road to the ranch is paved along with the main ranch road to the house and barn area. The ranch includes many interior hunting and cruising roads throughout the property.
Water:The ranch has a rural water meter and several stock tanks.
Minerals: The owner will convey all minerals owned. The amount, in any, is unknown.
Location: Approximately 10 miles NW of Castroville
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