The Rio Medina Farm is located in Medina County 12 miles east of Hondo. San Antonio's booming west side is easily accessible in less than 30 minutes. The property is a high-fenced sportsman paradise, & the dove hunting in this area is touted as some of the best in the state. There are a total of 33 whitetail, 16 bucks & 17 doe from improved genetics with mature bucks in the 170" range. Water is plentiful w/ 2 water wells each w/ sub pumps. The primary well supplies water to a trough & a +/- 1 acre fishing pond that's 15 deep when full. Catfish average in the 6-8 lbs range and bass range from 3-7 lbs. The second well is located near a set of deer pens & distributes water to several troughs. A Yancey Water Supply Co. water line supplies water to the house. Amongst large Live Oaks is a historic Alsatian homestead built in 1860. With legitimate grazing, hunting, fishing, and farming, the Rio Medina Farm can be your all-star recreational property or an income generating asset.