Indian Hollow Ranch
Medina County | 300+/- acres | $ 1,230,000
Indian Hollow Ranch
Located at the end of the CR 642 just 12 miles south of Hondo in Medina County is a secluded 300 acre ranch with remarkable 360 degree views. At the top of the hill is a 1,500 Sq. ft. - 2 story dwelling that offers 2 bedrooms, with the possibility of a third, as well as 1 ½ baths. This home is heated and cooled with your choice of central air and heat or a wood burning stove that works wonderfully. Attached to the main bedroom, located upstairs, is a large deck facing east that will give you a front row seat to breath taking sunrises daily. Built with a green foot print in mind, the house equipped with a functional rain water harvesting system for household use. The water collected is tested regularly to ensure the system is working properly and consistently. If needed or preferred there is a backup water supply in place, which includes two water wells - one is currently being used to supply the livestock and the house, as needed and the other is in need of equipment to properly function.
To maximize land usage, roughly 150 acres has been improved for native grass to grow freely. The other half of the ranch is consistent of South Texas native brush that allows for favorable hunting opportunities, along with 1,500 feet of the Indian Hollow Creek lined with beautiful Oak Trees and native grasses.
Currently this Medina County ranch is considered Ag Exempt and is being utilized as a working goat ranch. This property includes interior partitioning fences which allow for several pastures. As well as lanes built to funnel the goats to the 3,600 Sq. ft. goat shed that has a full set of working pens.
Access to the ranch is by a deeded easement off CR 642. Also, there is a 30’ wide ingress - egress easement along the west boundary line to the adjoining neighbor.
Indian Hollow Ranch will convey 100% of all owned minerals rights along with all owned Executive rights.
3,600 Sq. ft. goat shed with working pens
20’X40’ Shed with septic hook-up
20’X36’ Horse barn with stalls and adjoining round pen
Run off stock tank (tends to be dry)
Contact August Schueling Jr. – (210) 705-4907 (M)