Yancey Ranch


Property Details

  • Price:$199,000
  • Acres:17
  • County:Medina
  • City:Yancey
  • State:Texas
  • Zip:78886
  • Status:Available
  • Type:Ranches, Recreational Property, Undeveloped Land

Property Description

This 17.0+- acre unrestricted property is located just less than 3 miles North of Yancey and 13 miles South of Hondo. This property is located on CR 640 and features a good mix of brush with some open areas as well as good senderos. There is a Yancey Water Supply water line located along CR 640 and electric is available as well! Come see this one today!

Location:This property is located in south central Medina County near the small community of Yancey. The property is located 13 miles South of Hondo and is located on CR 640. From Downtown San Antonio the property is 57 minutes. The towns of Devine, Lytle, Somerset, Natalia and Pearsall are also easily accessible from this property.

Wildlife in and around this area include White-Tailed Deer, Rio Grande, and Feral Hogs. Bird hunting includes dove and Bobwhite Quail.

The habitat on this ranch is consistent with habitat common to Medina County such as Huisache, Mesquite, Persimmon, and Granjeno. Soils in this part of Medina County are usually excellent and typically do not have contain much rock.

A Yancey Water Supply water line is located along CR 640. The buyer would have to verify water availability with the water company.

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Yancey Texas 78886

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