CB Farm, located just 30 minutes west of San Antonio in Medina County, is a 451-acre ± haven of live water and natural productivity. In an era where water is becoming scarce and highly sought after, the farm has exceptional surface and groundwater. Year-round Verde Creek courses through the property for 3,283.8± feet. In addition, the farm boasts four center pivots supplied by an irrigation well with 276 acre-feet of base Edwards Aquifer Water. Currently, the center pivots irrigate three corn fields and one sunflower field that is used as a calling card for migrating doves. Located in an ecological transition zone, the land showcases the best of the Hill Country and South Texas. While the low-fenced farm has been managed primarily for dove (and offers some of the state’s best wing shooting), the farm is also home to white-tailed deer, feral hogs, free-ranging exotics and a host of varmints, small game and non-game species. The Verde Creek Outpost, converted from the original New Fountain Post Office, is a multi-purpose facility that is outfitted with Yancey Water Corporation Supply water. Another structure, the former New Fountain Café, is completely empty and awaiting the new owner’s personal stamp. The property has frontage on FM 2676 as well as County Roads 4256 and 451 ensuring easy, unfettered access. The combination of easy access, plentiful water and unmatched productivity is rare. CB Farm has a place in an investment portfolio—and your family’s life. To experience the opportunity of the CB Farm for yourself, call Howard W. Hood with Hood Real Estate Inc. at (830) 739-3815. The farm is listed for $11,275,000.