Rebecca Creek Farm
- County: Comal
- Address: Rebecca Creek Road
- Zip: 78070
- Type: Horse Property, Recreational Property, Residential Property
- City: Spring Branch
- Price: $1,300,000
- Acres: 13
- State/Zip: Texas 78070
- Status: Available
This is a rare opportunity to own an Ag exempt, unrestricted 14+- acres full of amazing amenities in Spring Branch Texas, Comal County!
Rebecca Creek farm is perfectly located just 30 minutes north of San Antonio, Texas and one hour west of Austin. Two international airports are within quick and easy reach.
The 3 bedroom / 2 bath historical main house, built in 1842, is beautifully updated and has all the comforts of home with views looking out to this lovely property and beyond. Gas stove, wood and tile flooring, large windows drawing in the light, and much more make this house elegant and comfortable. Large trees add to the beauty and supply shade to much of the property, while lovely stone pathways and patios meander throughout the amazing gardens creating the perfect spots to relax and have an evening beverage.
There is an adorable updated 2 bedroom, 1 bath guest house that is ready to rent out if desired, or do whatever you want with - your imagination the the limit.
This property boasts a plethora of outbuildings, including a nicely appointed ten-stall stable. Six are extra large Warmblood stalls and four are smaller stalls. The stable has a tack room, feed room, electricity, and a soft cement walkthrough. There is also a professional Olympic arena as well as other smaller barns, a grain room, hay loft, and milk house on the property along with many other improvements that can be used to make this gem your own.
The well-kept garden house was built in 1841 out of geode rock and is adorable. It is equipped with a toilet and shower. Great potential!
Most buildings, including the main house, received new metal roofs 2 years ago.
The property has one water well; however, a MUD district supplies water to the farm.
The perimeter is fully fenced; galvanized pipe across the front of the farm and good cross fencing. There is a nice size pond that is spring fed as well as collects run-off and is conveniently located for livestock. The pastures are full of good soil and grass. The property is doted with large mature trees such as Oak, Bur Oak, Elm, Chinaberry, Pecan, and many more. No Cedar. The property is also home to many wildflowers. The terrain is slightly rolling and slightly rectangular in shape making it easy to work with.
Rich history abounds here! Dating back to 1841, The farm was the first to be built in the Rebecca Creek area (named for Chief Rebecca). Indian artifacts, old bottles, as well as other items have been found around the property. For the adventurous, there is an Indian burial ground on the property waiting to be rediscovered.
This is a great opportunity to own a special property!
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