Hines RanchMedina County
Located in southern Medina County is the 212-acre Hines Ranch. This ranch is in a unique geographic area that is covered in oak trees of all sizes. With year-round feeding, this ranch can bring in abundant South Texas native animals. The combination of elevation on this ranch gives you some excellent viewing or building sites.
Improvements: The Hines Ranch has a newly built one-bedroom, one-bath barndominium with approximately 1000 sqft. With an open floor plan, this house lays out very well. From wood grain tile flooring to beautiful granite countertops with hints of turquoise, this house was finished very thoughtfully. Coming with a large bathroom that has copper finishes and a walk-in closet, this house comes with it all. Also located at the headquarters is a large cover to park your RV under. Next to the house is a well-built carport attached to a 24’X30’ enclosed barn with concrete flooring and electrical, lights, and ceiling fans. The last structure at the headquarters is a newly built barn with six horse stalls and a tack room.
Water: This ranch is well-watered with two domestic water wells. The wells are drilled in the Carrizo Sands. The front water well services the headquarters. It is approximately 300’ and pumps 20 gpm. The back well services the stock tank. It is about 300’ and pumps 25 gpm.
Vegetation: Being located on the south side of Medina County, this ranch has all the necessary browse to grow some nice bucks. The terrain ranges from rolling hills to level ground covered in large oak trees and mesquites. With excellent brows such as white/black brush, guayacan, guajillo, and cenizo.
Wildlife: The wildlife can come and go, with half of this ranch being low-fenced. There has been some nice native whitetail harvested off this ranch. With excellent low-fence management, the owner believes in harvesting only mature bucks and a limited number of deer annually. The different thicknesses of the brush across this ranch give a great year around habitat for quail, dove, whitetail, hogs, javelinas, turkeys, varmints, and on occasions, an axis.
Minerals: Seller will convey 10% of all owned minerals.
Directions: From Moore, take Fm 462 towards Yancey and go 3.7 miles. Take a right on Cr 1670. At the Tee, take a right until you hit a dead end. Take the driveway to the right at the Y and follow the easement road for .67 miles.