B&M Ranch, located just 30 minutes west of San Antonio in Medina County, is a live water Hill Country retreat with South Texas accents. The ranch fronts County Rd 451, providing convenient all-weather access. Situated in an ecological transition zone, the 108-acre ranch has towering pecan trees and majestic live oaks along with the varied brush that defines superlative South Texas habitat. B&M Ranch has been managed primarily for doves, but white-tailed deer, feral hogs, free-ranging exotics as well as a variety of varmints, small game and non-game species call the low-fenced ranch home. Year-round Verde Creek courses along the ranch’s western border for 3,857 feet ± or just less than three-quarters of a mile. During wet weather, Second Creek runs north and south through the property. In addition to the natural surface water, the ranch boasts one well. The three-bedroom/two-bath home is currently being used as employee housing. The Yancey Water Supply Corporation’s provides the water for the house. Its size and location make the B&M Ranch ideally suited as an equestrian property, a small-scale cattle operation or a family hunting destination. Of course, it offers plenty of privacy and elbow room for those who simply want a convenient place to get away from it all and recharge their batteries with family and friends. To explore the possibilities of B&M Ranch for yourself, contact Jeffrey C. Hood, broker associate with Hood Real Estate Inc. at (830) 431-1177 or Conner W. Hood, broker associate with Hood Real Estate Inc. at (830) 928-2317. The ranch is listed for $3.5 million.