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DR Ranch

750 ± Acres    ·    Medina County, D'Hanis, TX    ·    Contact Broker - SOLD

A spectacular Medina County Ranch located just a few miles north of D’hanis, TX, where South Texas and the Hill Country come together. The majority of this 750+/- acre ranch (approximately 615 acres) is under high fence and is managed for wildlife with the focus on White-tailed Deer. Also found on the ranch are Turkey, Dove, Quail, a few exotics, Feral Hogs and other species common to this part of Texas. Outside of the high fence the ranch enjoys just over a mile of Seco Creek, a significant wet weather creek with holes that regularly hold water used by wildlife. The rock bluffs along the Seco are fantastic places for wildlife watching/hunting, stargazing and picnics, not too mention a few great swimming holes during normal rainfall periods.

Full details on this ranch are only being provided privately at the request of the Seller. For more details and pictures please contact Mark Matthews.


Agent(s): Mark Matthews
(210) 416-2737
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