Las Maderas RanchMedina County
Las Maderas is a gorgeous ranch located down a half mile all-weather road off the Highway. This ranch utilizes privacy and seclusion while remaining very accessible. The ranch is located an hour west of San Antonio with the Hondo Municipal airport being the closest airport to the ranch. Las Maderas consists of 147 acres of scenic gentle rolling terrain, with a strategically placed 3-acre lake, stocked with bass, catfish and perch as the center piece; as well as mature trees along the low line areas. This ranch has a thriving south Texas habitat that provides natural vegetation, which helps raise large whitetail. The headquarters is comprised of three single casitas, under one roof, designed by the owner’s architect son. These casitas boast exceptional custom cabinetry and very nice furnishings that will convey with the sale. Across the yard, you will find a well-maintained older two-bed-two-bath home overlooking an in-ground pool with a diving board.
Wildlife: The diversity in soils, and a mix of south Texas brush, attract wildlife, including White-tailed deer, hogs, Rio Grande turkey, dove, and bobwhite quail.
Water: The water to the house is supplied by a Yancey water meter. Located at the headquarter is also an Edwards water well.
Vegetation: Such species ranging from granjeno, guayacan, guajillo, blackbrush. Trees consist of mesquite, cedar elm, hackberry, persimmon and live oak along with a few others that are common to the area.
Terrain: The front of the property offers a level terrain, while the back consists of rolling hills that drain into the lake.
Directions: From D’Hanis, go south on Fm 2200, go nine miles, and the gate will be on your right.