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300 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE

Farm & Ranch under Wild Life Management.

Approximately 300.6 acres of Texas Hill Country land in a rapidly growing area just north of San Antonio. The property is gently rolling to flat terrain with heavy and attractive tree cover, with a seasonal creek. The property has 3 water wells, electricity, and 2500 feet fronts West Ammann Road.
The Property, (4550 West Ammann Road, Bulverde-Comal County, Texas-USA) is located in the Tri-County area (Comal, Kendall and Bexar counties), approximately 10 miles West of U.S. Hwy. 281, and 10 miles North of Loop 1604 and Blanco Road in North San Antonio. The property is 8 miles East of I-10 and approximately 15 minutes North of Six Flags Fiesta Texas, the University of Texas at San Antonio, and the S.A. International Airport. In addition, the property is located 5 miles from the Fair Oaks Ranch Golf and Country Club, with two 18 hole golf courses, and 20 minutes from the South Texas Medical Health Center.
Boerne, a historical German town – known as the “ Key to the Hill Country” – is a mere 8 miles from the property. Major shopping centers, La Cantera and The Rim, which includes several movie theaters, restaurants and hotels, are located 15 miles from 4550 West Ammann Road.

      Golf courses within 10 to 15 minutes drive are:
      Canyon Lake offers boating, fishing and family recreation within 20 minutes drive. Shopping centers within 10 to 15 minutes are:

The Current average price, for undeveloped acreage, in this area starts at $20,000.00 per acre.

 


GROWTH & OPPORTUNITY

Enough Land to Expand

With one of the highest per capita incomes in the state, service and retail industries are needed to provide the quality of life that Tri-County area (Comal, Kendall and Bexar counties) citizens have come to expect.
The Tri-County is seeking retail and service industries to expand in our area. (Enlarged Map)
This area has experienced strong population growth since 2000. The U.S. Census Bureau estimates the Tri-County is now home to roughly 32,000 residents, a growth rate of 19 percent over the past seven years. Over this same period, Boerne has grown even faster. Boerne’s population now stands at approximately 9,200 residents. The city has grown 44 percent since 2000. It is estimated by 2025 Kendall County will grow by an additional 15,000 to 30,000 residents, this is partially due to the Esperanza Development that will be built on Hwy 46 in Boerne.

 


A+ SCHOOLS

Smart School = Smart Future

The percentage of high school graduates in the population, 25 years or older, was 85.4%, the highest in the region. The average for Texas was 75.7%. Boerne High School has the highest percentage pass rate for all San Antonio Schools on 11th grade exams required for graduation (Spring 2004) and the highest combined 10th and 11th grade scores in 2005 and 2006. In 2006, the number of Kendall County residents with a bachelor’s degree was 21.3%, also the highest in the region.
Those seeking university or community college options for secondary education or for an nearby educated work pool can look to the nearby cities of San Antonio and San Marcos.

Spring Branch’s Smithson Valley High School serves grades 9-12 in the Comal Independent School District. It is among the few public high schools in Texas to receive a distinguished Great Schools Rating of 8 out of 10. This school has an average Community Rating of 4 out of 5 stars, based on reviews from 49 school community members.

Those seeking university or community college options for secondary education or for an nearby educated work pool can look to the nearby cities of San Antonio, San Marcos, Kerrville and Austin.

2 major universities now have educational programs in Kendall County.

There are approximately 15 colleges and universities (San Antonio Chamber) within a 1-hour radius, including Schreiner University of Kerrville.

 


COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CARE

A Community of Growing Providers

Comprehensive health care services are available in Tri-County area (Comal, Kendall and Bexar counties). Boerne is home to dozens of primary and specialty care physicians, clinics and diagnostic laboratories. The city also has dentists who offer treatment in the areas of family, pediatric, orthodontic, periodontal, and cosmetic dentistry. A variety of health care alternatives are available, including chiropractic, acupuncture and more.

Kendall County EMS
Kendall County EMS is currently staffed by 13 full-time employees and many part-time to help cover the county’s EMS needs. The 2010 call volume for the system was 2100+ responses. For more information on their capabilities and community involvement click here (Kendall County EMS).

Comal County EMS
Comal County fire and EMS responders are full time paid professionals that are certified in their specialties. The EMS vehicles are not just ambulances but are fully equipped emergency rooms on wheels. EMS technicians are fully trained to administer life saving procedures and are in constant telephone/radio contact with trauma doctors at local hospitals. Quick decisions are made at the site of the emergency as to whether to transport the victim to a local hospital or to transfer via Life Flight to a level one trauma center. San Antonio hosts three such centers.

The average time for EMS to respond to our community is 5-7 minutes from the time they receive the 911 call. Should the victim need air evacuation to one of the level one trauma centers in San Antonio, the total transit time from the time the first responders reach the scene to the time the victim is at the trauma center averages 30-45 minutes. Keep in mind that during this 30-45 minutes the victim is under the constant care of a skilled EMS technician with state of the art life sustaining resources available (Comal County EMS).

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