27 ACRES at MEDINA, TX This is a beautiful view property located between MEDINA and KERRVILLE. The land extends from a plateau at 2000’ elevation, and descends down 200’ into a canyon below, providing great views from the ridgeline. There is electricity and a well on the property, plus an old hunting shack. There is a cleared interior trail running east to west along the upper ridge with cleared view sites below the old home site, near the cabin and near the west end of the property. There is selective clearing of the underbrush at this top level. The slope down into the canyon is in its natural state.
Acreage in “wilderness” areas is becoming increasingly rare. The property has unimpeded views over the Wallace Creek valley and canyons towards Kerrville. It is currently being used for hunting and recreation and is suitable for a homesite with view or weekend getaway.
Access from State Highway 16 North along Mesa Verde Road is paved. The last ½ mile along Loma Verde road and the ¼ mile Upper Loma Verde Road frontage are unpaved. Mesa Verde Road is on the Bandera County Road list; Loma Verde and Upper Loma Verde roads are not. Their maintenance has been done on a voluntary basis by the neighbors.
The Bandera County and State of Texas regulations govern the installation of wells and septic systems. There appear to be no restrictions, and there is no HOA. Taxes for 2020 were $1,780.