14 Apache Trail is a true Texas Hill Country gem with many features you wont find anywhere else in the state. +/- 13 ag-exempt unrestricted acres with a newly fenced exterior is ideal for cattle and horses alike. Cross fencing, as well as mature oaks and many other native species that dot this acreage, perfect for any livestock enthusiast.
Over 1,300 linear feet of a wet weather creek that is a tributary to Sabinas Creek, runs along the border of the property, as well as a spring fed pond stocked with bass, catfish, and perch. Stretching across the creek, is Kendall countys first covered bridge, a 60x25 foot masterpiece, allowing for easy access from one end of the property to another. (See Attachment for Further Information) On the other side of the property you will find a tree covered hillside, with various wildlife species such as whitetail deer, axis, and turkey,
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From I-10 W, take exit 537 to merge onto US-87; turn left onto Sisterdale Road; turn left onto Walnut Grove Road; turn right onto Apache Trail