A perfect combination of big hills, fertile bottom land, and 2,300 ft of Robinson Creek frontage make the 143 +/- acres a great fit for hunting, recreation, and full time living. Deep holes of water along the year ‘round creek provide a picturesque setting for picnics under the Oak lined creek front. The perfect build site sits above the 10-acre field and creek, with septic, electricity, and water well in place. The 420’ elevation rise is navigated by the ATV trails leading to the back of the property where there are majestic 360-degree views of Medina and the surrounding hill country. Live water, big views, and paved road frontage located just 15 miles south of Kerrville.


Location:

Located only 15 miles SW of Kerrville bordering the Kerr County state line, and 8 miles NW of Medina, TX off of SH-16 in Bandera County.


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Land: A perfect combination of big hills, fertile bottom land, and 2,300 ft of Robertson Creek frontage make the 143 +/- acres a great fit for hunting, recreation, and full time living. Deep holes of water along the year ‘round creek provide a picturesque setting for picnics under the Oak lined creek front. Approximately 10 acres of open bottom land borders the creek with soil suitable for food plots or hay production. A building site with electricity, water well, and septic system overlook the creek and open fields with views of the surrounding hill tops. ATV roads lead to the back of the property along the western boundary marked by flowing springs. Oak mottes and Cedar provide ample cover for game animals to bed down in low lying areas. There is over 420 feet of elevation rise to some of the highest hill tops in the area, making for great South-Easterly views of Medina. Road system in place allows for navigation of the steep terrain.

Wildlife: Free roaming Axis, Blackbuck, Whitetail, and Turkey are abundant on the Robinson Creek Retreat. Native grass for grazing, thick cover for bedding, and the strong flowing creek hold animals on the property. There are a few blinds set up through out the property that will convey with the sale.

Improvements: A 350’ deep well has been tested at 20 GPM located near the build site. The 500-gallon conventional septic tank and plumbing was installed in 2015. Electricity is metered out at the build site with service from Bandera Electric. The ranch is perimeter low fenced with new fencing along SH-16 and the Eastern boundary.

Taxes: 2019 taxes are estimated at $180. Wildlife exemption is in place.

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