KENDAL COUNTY REAL ESTATE
Kendal County Real Estate
Upon the Edwards Plateau lies the County of Kendall Texas. The Gulf of Mexico is approximately 170 miles from the County. Boarded on all sides by the Counties of Gillespie, Comal, Blanco, Bandera, Bexar, and Kerr, this county is 30 miles to the northwest of San Antonio. The County Seat is the city of Boerne. Boerne is located along the Cibolo Creek. The landscape of the county encompasses 663 square miles of beautiful hills and elevations of 1000 to 2000 square feet above sea level. The area is filled with natural vegetations of Live Oaks, multitudes of tall grasses, junipers, and mesquite.
Rivers and Creeks of Kendall County include The Guadalupe, going east to west, and The Blanco, which is in the north. Cibolo Creek lies in the southern section of the county. There
Purchasing land, farms, or ranches within Kendall County is open range. Small parcels to extremely large acreage farms and ranches can all be found here in Kendall County. Areas of the county to purchase, include within the cities of Boerne, and Fair Oaks Ranch. Other locations of unincorporated communities include Alamo Springs, Bergheim, Kendalia, Lindendale, Nelson City, Kreutzberg, Walnut Grove, Waring, Oberly Crossing, Pleasant Valley, Sisterdale, and Comfort. By location, Boerne has the most available properties for purchase. Lands and properties in the county include parcels of less than an acre and upwards of 500+ with a mecca of choices in between. Currently, there are approximately 45 ranches and farms available to purchase. Purchase prices start below the 159,000 range and go upwards to exceed just over 2 million.
There are also 9 known abandoned/ghost towns within Kendall County. These include Welfare, Wasp Creek Windsor, Currey’s Creek, Amman’s Creek, Bankersmith, Schiller, Benton and Block Creek.
The county has approximately 8 different locations of Caves and Caverns. These include Reed Cave, Alzafar Water Cave, Pfeifers Water Cave Three Whirlpool Cave, Spring Creek Cave, Cascade Caverns,
One more piece of notoriety about Kendall County, Texas, it was listed as “Best Places to Live in Rural America” by the Progressive Farmer Magazine in 2006. If you are looking for a break, away from the city life, thinking of moving to parts unknown, where life moves at a quieter pace, it is time for you to check out Kendall County, Texas for yourself.
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