OPEN HOUSE CANCELED DUE TO UNDER CONTRACTThis is a great property with NO HOA's, large lot is 0.22 with trees, covered patio, sprinkler system, painted inside May 2017, 3 sides brick, updated water heater 2014, wood laminate flooring, hard tile, remodeled master with the higher vanity double sinks, big garden tub, large master with a sitting area/office or extra bedroom, master walk-in closet is very large, formal dining, breakfast area in kitchen which is open to the family room with fireplace. Great Open Floor Plan. Come see Today!!!
Kyle, Texas | Top Seven Things To Do :
1. Visit Texas Pie Company for a little slice of heaven 2. Test your racing skills at Central Texas Speedway 3. Visit our Historical Sites 4. Fish & Hike at Lake Kyle
5. Steeplechase Disc Golf Course designed by John Houck 6. Enjoy a picnic lunch at 5 Mile Dam
The City of Kyle was founded in 1880 by nearby settlers from the communities of Blanco and Mountain City.
History of Kyle:
Fergus Kyle, for whom the town was named, and the family of David Moore donated 200 acres of land for a town site when the International and Great Northern Railroad built a line from Austin to San Antonio. Lots were first sold in October 1880 at an auction held beneath a Live Oak tree at 204 Sledge Street. And thus the rich history and tradition of Kyle began.
Kyle is now a booming community and home to thousands of citizens. Straddling I-35, eight miles north of San Marcos and 20 miles south of Austin, Kyle is the second largest city in Hays County. Approximately 60 miles north of San Antonio, 200 miles west of Houston and 250 miles south of Dallas, the community of Kyle enjoys a south central location convenient to most major population centers in Texas. With a strategic location close to major highways, airports and rail, Kyle is a great community to live and conduct business.