Located just 30 miles west of San Antonio in Medina County, the Double L Ranch combines all the benefits of a live water Hill Country property with the superlative wildlife habitat of the South Texas Brush Country. The low-fenced ranch, which encompasses 123.5± acres and fronts on both County Road 451 and 455, is a well-appointed retreat that is ideally suited to become an equestrian estate.
Oaks, pecans and the nutrition-rich brush of South Texas converge in an ecological transition zone. Year-round Verde Creek flows through the ranch for 3,794.5± feet. While the Double L has been managed primarily for doves, white-tailed deer, feral hogs, free-ranging exotics and a variety of varmints, small game and non-game species call the low-fenced ranch home.
The ranch’s main compound, which features the Casa Verde House, the Ranchero House and a large storage barn, is easily accessible over improved ranch roads.
The newly renovated, two-story Casa Verde House encompasses ±2,000 square feet with the bonus of a wraparound porch. The downstairs is dedicated to fun with a wet bar and shuffleboard. It also includes a restroom.
The upstairs features a full kitchen and laundry room as well as a king suite with a private bath and bedroom with a queen bed and 2 doubles. A full bath completes the upstairs.
The nearby three-bedroom/two-bath Ranchero House, a traditional ranch-style home, features a front porch as well as a screened porch. A kitchen office, laundry room, covered carport and detached game room round out the space.
Water is delivered to the houses by the Yancey Water Supply Corporation. There is also a well on the property.
The ±22,500-square-foot Hangar Barn, made from a converted airplane hangar, provides both individual storage rooms as well as loft storage rooms.
On the Double L Ranch, the ingredients for a great getaway—and a great life—are in place. The only thing missing is you.