Living Water Ranch

September 14, 2018

Living Water Ranch

Medina County | 1380+/- acres | $2,700/acre
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    Medina County | 1380+/- acres | $2,700/acre

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Property Features
  • Paved entrance to headquarters
  • Twin Hollow Creek runs through the property
  • 3 Edwards Aquifer water wells and 1 Glenn Rose water well
  • Cleared of cedar for many decades
  • High Fenced and cross fenced
  • Ranch headquarters, barn and various structures
  • Cattle pens
  • All native whitetail
  • Approximately 100 acres are outside of the high fenced area
  • Access from FM 462 and PR 233
  • Conservation Easement (SAWS)
  • Additional 7.293 acres available inside the easement for impervious cover
  • Approximately 3,750 feet of FM 462 frontage

Living Water Ranch is a 1,380 acre working and recreational ranch ideally located in the Texas Hill Country. The property, with frontage on FM 462, is situated twelve miles south of Tarpley and 19 miles north of Hondo and the South Texas Regional Airport. This picturesque ranch consists of fertile pastures, creek bottoms, and rolling hills with gorgeous vistas. The entire ranch has been extensively cleared of cedar for many decades and is covered with an abundance of live oaks and native brush. The pastures are fenced and cross fenced and currently are used to stock horses and cattle. Four water wells and corresponding troughs have been strategically placed throughout the ranch. Twin Hollow Creek and its tributaries run in wet weather and traverse the ranch giving excellent habitat for wildlife. This diverse property has been in the same family for three generations. Like other significant properties in the area, the ranch is subject to a conservation easement protecting the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone and preserving the natural terrain. 1,355 acres are under conservation leaving the remainder of the ranch not subject to any restrictions.