In Medina County, the Hill Country bleeds into the Brush Country. The mix of ashe juniper, oaks and brush species such as guajillo and mesquite reflects this transition as does the terrain. During wet spells, the property is home to a creek. Traditional ranch roads provide access throughout.
At ±83 acres, Stein Ranch offers plenty of elbow room, but, according to the current owners, is part of a close-knit rural community where the neighbors keep an eye out for one another.