The Rio Medina Farm is located in northeastern Medina County just 12 miles east of Hondo. San Antonio's booming west side is handily accessible in under 30 minutes, making this property convenient and commuter friendly. With legitimate grazing, hunting, fishing, and farming, the Rio Medina Farm can be your all-star recreational property or an income generating asset. Rio Medina Farm is a high-fenced sportsman paradise, and the dove hunting in this area is touted as some of the best in the state. The farm is located in a historic flyway where millions of dove migrate every September. In addition to this migratory path, the abundance of crops in the immediate area produce a dependable feed source for birds. There are a total of 33 whitetail deer on the ranch, 16 bucks and 17 doe. The deer herd is from improved genetics with mature bucks in the 170" range. Water is plentiful on the Rio Medina Farm with 2 producing water wells each with submersible pumps. The primary well is located near the western boundary and supplies water to a trough and as well as supplements a +/- 1 acre fishing pond that's 15 deep when full. This pond is a permanent source of water for wildlife and also creates an action-packed fishing experience sure to produce lasting memories with family and friends. Catfish average in the 6-8 lbs range and bass range from 3-7 lbs. The secondary well the wells is located near a set of deer pens on the east side of the property and distributes water to several troughs. In addition to the water wells, there is a Yancey Water Supply Co. water line that supplies clean and reliable water to the improvements. Nestled amongst 200-year-old Live Oaks is a historic Alsatian homestead built in 1860. Though livable, the home is due for a remodel that could potentially update its functionality while preserving its historically significance. Seller owned minerals are negotiable. Seller to provide owners title policy and survey. The property currently holds an agricultural tax exemption.