Classic rock homestead overlooks Cibolo Creek and is surrounded by 43 acres of native Hill Country. Amazing views of the surrounding Cibolo Creek Valley offers an idyllic weekend getaway. The home is located in the lower portion of the property overlooking this live-water creek, while the remaining acreage at higher elevations allows excellent hunting, hiking or possibilities for other building sites. Elevations near the home are approximately 1,600 to 1,845 feet at the peak of the hill. Healthy populations of white-tailed as well as axis deer are
seen regularly throughout the property. Quiet seclusion on the cul-de-sac road is only minutes from Boerne and just down the road from Boerne Lake, within 20 minutes of San Antonio.
Original restored 1930's rock homestead maintains its original appeal with approximately 2,485+/- s.f., and owners added on second story. Home has 3 full bedrooms and additional loft/sleeping area, 2 + 1/2 baths, and 2 fireplaces. A spiral staircase overlooks the living area with high ceilings and fireplace. Master suite has stunning views and hosts a second fireplace, located downstairs, and an expansive master bath with claw foot tub and shower, as well as a double vanity.
The ranch fronts 1,200+/- feet of both sides of live water Cibolo Creek. There is one well with a 1.5 HP submersible pump, storage tank and booster that supplies the home. For further information on underground water resources in the Texas Hill Country Area, please contact the Cow Creek Underground Water District Office located in the Kendall County Courthouse in Boerne.
Abundant free roaming white-tailed and axis deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Wild Hogs, doves and other game and non-game species.
Approximately 4 miles from Boerne with frontage on Upper Cibolo Creek Road, 20 minutes from San Antonio. Upper Cibolo Creek is a cul-de-sac offering limited traffic through the area. Minutes from Boerne Lake. Boerne I.S.D.
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