Times do change and here is a property you do not want to miss. This being one of the most unique properties in Comal County. Set in the heart of town, this incredible homestead sits along the Cibolo Creek, just down the street from Landa Park and Downtown New Braunfels. With over 15 acres of prime real estate, not only is this a perfect place to raise a family, it is an opportunity to invest in a live waterfront property in the center of one of the fastest growing Counties in the Country. Seeing this property firsthand, here are a few things to look forward to and a few more that come to mind: Hobby Farm | Self-Sustainability | Gardening | Organic Farming | Waterfront | Cibolo Creek | Kayaking | Fishing |Camping | ATV | Cattle, Horses, Livestock, Chickens | Out Buildings | Chicken Coop | Covered Shelter for Animals | Tool Shed | 50 Amp RV Hookup | Mature Bat Population for Mosquito Control | Enriched Soil- Fertilized by manure | Hemp Farm | Green Houses | Endless opportunities- let your Pinterest board come to life! | Great School District | Oasis in the middle of town | Speakers Wired Throughout House As you tour the property make note of the bare spots on soil in the fields. These are remnants of the Native American dig site discovered during Coronavirus Quarantine. Over 300 pieces of worked flint with so much more to be discovered. Every square foot of this home tells a story of a New Braunfels family and some of their projects through the years. The owners have salvaged many of the materials from relics of Schlitterbahn's past, the Lower Colorado River Authority, reclaimed wood and reclaimed cabins. Don't miss out. Call and schedule an appointment before it's too late.
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