If you’re a weekend road warrior and like to seek out scenic drives throughout the State of Texas you have probably driven to Fredericksburg for a weekend getaway or maybe you made the drive over to Medina Lake to see the surreal clear water lake nestled in the limestone bluffs just North of San Antonio. In between these popular Hill Country haunts, on State Highway 16, you’ll find the beginning of a portion of Texas Hill Country referred to as the “Swiss Alps of Texas”. On this stretch of State Highway 16, a couple of miles North of Medina, Texas and roughly 15 miles South of Kerrville, Texas you’ll find 16945 State Highway 16 N. Medina, Texas 78055. An opportunity to own a retirement dream property.
THE LAND – 27 Acres -AG EXEMPT
Rich soil in this part of the hill country is superior to rugged limestone peaks for most people. The property offers approximately 20 acres of rich soil and yields a coastal/klein hay. 345 square bales can be harvested. The farm is cross fenced into 5 different pieces. The home-site with the well, cellar, septic tank, power poles and pecan grove is the smallest of the five. This piece is approximately one acre and all the utilities are surrounded by a fenced “yard area”. Three larger pieces produce the hay and account for approximately 20 acres of the entire 27. The final of the five pieces adds character to the land. A rise in elevation found on the South East corner, with enormous hardwoods littering the hillside provide excellent views of the Medina River Valley below.
ACCESS & Features
- 800+ ft of frontage on State Highway 16
- Fertile Farm Land
- Ag Exempt
- Barn/Horse Stalls
Features and Activities
16945 State Highway 16, Medina, TX, USA