The Saathoff Ranch is a perfect mix of farmland and ranchland. Places with this combination of recreation, agriculture and development potential don’t come along that often. The ranch has been in the same family since the mid-1870’s and this tract served as the original family home and headquarters. This Medina County ranch is located approximately 2.5 miles SW of D’Hanis, one of the best small towns in Texas. The east portion of the ranch consists of rolling hills with diverse brush, amazing views and tons of wildlife. The middle section of the ranch has great soils with large oak trees, a good size pond and several nice potential building sites. The west side of the ranch has been highly productive farmland for many years.
Improvements: Modest improvements on the ranch consist of a camp house and several older but usable barns. Water is provided by West Medina Water Supply (one water meter) and electricity is provided by Medina Electric.
Access: The ranch has approximately 1.5 miles of frontage on Medina County Road 512 (Old Sabinal Road) and .8 miles of frontage on Medina County Road 520 (Squirrel Creek Road), both paved.
Wildlife: The ranch contains an abundance of wildlife, including white-tailed deer, hogs, quail and dove.
Minerals: All owned minerals to convey at asking price.
Size: Property is believed to be approximately 430 acres. Exact acreage to be determined by new survey.
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