Located just 40 minutes west of downtown San Antonio, the ±83-acre Stein Ranch, situated equidistant between Hondo and Devine, is the perfect country home or weekend getaway. The low-fenced ranch fronts County Road 467, which connects with Highway 90.
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.
While the Stein Ranch has historically been used for cattle grazing and maintains an agriculture valuation, the native brush offers is good wildlife habitat. White-tailed deer and feral hogs frequent the property as do occasional bobcats and other species. Hunting has been limited to immediate family.
The main house, built by Tilson with a brick exterior, features four bedrooms and two baths. A 16' x 80' mobile home offers additional lodging. Each home is outfitted with East Medina County water meters. The property is in the Devine ISD.
Ranch infrastructure includes one barn as well as set of pipe livestock pens, designed to be operated by one person.