217 acres in Medina County, Texas
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J. Gruber
J. Gruber
Gruber Ranches
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217 acres in Medina County, Texas

$949,000 217 Acres
4 beds 3 Bathrooms 2716 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 6194310

Description

The Sweet Mesquite Ranch is situated 10 miles north of DHanis in Medina County in what is known as the transition zone between the Texas Hill Country and the South Texas Brush Country. The property is accessed by PR 3214 which extends off CR 321 and is approximately 3.5 miles off FM 1796.

This terrain on this recreational ranch is gently rolling with higher elevations to the northeast and sloping to the southwest. The majority of the ranch is in native pasture with an abundant of tree cover and underbrush. The land is covered with live oaks, mesquites, guajillo and other native hardwoods and brush.

Some of the improvements on the ranch include a four-bedroom, three bath, 2,716 sq.-ft ranch house with a 495 sq.-ft two car garage. The ranch house consists of tile and carpet flooring throughout, a living room with a fireplace, a utility room and a game room with redwood walls and ceiling. Off the back of the house is a 288 sq.-ft covered patio. Other improvements include a 2,400 sq.-ft metal barn/shop with 290 sq.-feet of finished out office space and concrete foundation with two roll-up doors and a 711 sq.-ft barn with concrete foundation.

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