We at Los Cazadores Real Estate specialize in the Brush Country of South Texas!
Our experienced staff has vast knowledge of this region and all the tools to aid our customers in the entire process. Through extensive marketing campaigns, excellent communication, and state of the art technology we can provide every client the best possible service.
Brush Country of South Texas
The South Texas Brush County bounded on the west by the Rio Grande and Mexico, and on the north by the Balcones Escarpment is vast, serene, and unpeopled. The South Texas region owes its diversity to the convergence of the Chihuahuan desert to the west, the Tamaulipan thornscrub and subtropical woodlands along the Rio Grande to the south and coastal grasslands to the east. Essentially a gently rolling plain, the region is cut by arroyos and streams, and is blanketed with low-growing vegetation including mesquite, granjeno, huisache, catclaw, blackbrush, cenizo and guayacan. Since the early days of settlements in the Brush Country of South Texas outdoorsmen from around the State and Nation have made annual treks to South Texas in pursuit of trophy whitetail deer. Old newspapers, books and magazines indicate that groups of hunters from areas such as San Antonio, Dallas, and Houston would travel by train to South Texas each winter, where they would stay for a few days to several weeks in the “outdoors”, enjoying the sport of hunting. That ritual has sustained itself throughout the years and is just as prevalent today as it was back then.