The Schiebel-Chandler-Watkins house is nestled on the south border of this private 14 +/- acre tract. The home was originally 1887 in the North Alamo Plaza area known as the Irish Flats by then German immigrant Charles Schiebel a tanner and carpenter by trade. The home was relocated to where it sits today in 1979 to preserve the historic architectural style. This home features a truly spacious front porch with traditional baby blue ceiling, two large master suites with his and hers closets and original built-ins, a spacious oversized remodeled bathroom, spacious great room, bright and airy living room and an oversized kitchen. Original wood floors and most original windows can be found throughout. From front porch to back porch the home has been meticulously maintained with new paint inside and out, updated bathroom, updated utility room, new standing seam metal roof, newer HVAC, newer submersible & pressure pump for the four ring storage tank. Just off the back patio you find a rustic detached workshop, greenhouse and two car garage with bunkhouse with full bath perfect for overflow & short-term rental use. The main house is adorned with droves of fruit trees to include, apple, peach, figs, pecan and persimmon. The acreage features traditional and private hill country topography to the east boundary with three cleared pastures. The main house has smooth hog wire fencing with gate perfect for keeping livestock. There is a second homesite splitting the west boundary and main drive with septic, power and water. This property is located 2hrs from Austin Bergstrom Intl, 45min from San Antonio Intl, 10min from downtown Boerne, 7min from downtown comfort and 25min from Kerrville. This home has been loved by the current owner and is turn key ready for the next owner to enjoy the privacy and convenience this property has to offer.
Listing courtesy of Michael Schultz from San Antonio Portfolio KW RE AH