418 Crabapple Road, Kendalia, Texas, 78027




MLS: 42238-21011

25 Acres



What You Should Know

  • Views

  • Hunting

  • Close to Town

  • Excellent Homesites

  • Privacy

  • Low Taxes

Why You'll Love It

Additional acreage and other tracts available. Please contact for more information. Some images include land that are not part of the 25 acre parcel.

LOCATION:  The property lies in northeastern Kendall County about 3.75 miles north of Kendalia with road frontage on the west side of Crabapple Road, a paved Kendall County Road.  The small community of Kendalia (population 569) lies about 7.4 miles west of U.S. 281 on Texas F.M. 473 and only a few miles southwest of Blanco.  Blanco has a population of 2256 and has number of commercial stores.  Kendalia has a restaurant, small grocery store and post office. (See Location Map.)

TERRAIN:  The property is hilly with elevations ranging from a high of just over 1840 feet above msl on the south west boundary to a low of about 1,680 feet above msl in the northeast corner along Crabapple Road.  On top of the main hill feature on the property which runs southeast to northwest, the ground is fairly level and there is an existing road which provides for easy access to several possible homesites on top with great long distance views to the North and East. The easy way to access these tracts (up on top of the hill) would be by this existing road which would be designated as an easement described by metes and bounds. The main entrance for this easement would be in the southeast corner of the larger parent property.   All of the homesites can have patios facing east to provide shade in the evening. With all of the Crabapple Road frontage, it is possible that several tracts will have two entrances if one chooses to build in the valley closer to Crabapple Road.  (See maps) 

VEGETATION: The property is mainly wooded.  The main trees and shrubs are cedar (juniper redberry and blueberry) live oak, elm, post oak, pin oak, Spanish oak, evergreen sumac,  flameleaf sumac, mountain laurel (mescal bean), hackberry, agarito, wild plum, wild cherry, mesquite and native persimmon.  Near Crabapple Road along the dry creek are a number of dwarf palm which only grow near underground wet areas. There are also a number of native pecan trees along the valley near Crabapple Road, in the valley to the west and some on top.   The area on top of the hills where the main road runs and in the valley have been somewhat cleared of cedar; but, leaving the larger oak trees.  Native grasses include little bluestem, KR bluestem, sideoats grama, buffalograss and  curly mesquite grass.

WATER:  The Trinity water strata is thought to be in the 670- 810 foot range from the surface depending on if the location is on the hilltop or in the valley land and the Glen Rose, or other strata above that.  Water production from nearby wells range from 10 gpm to 60 gpm.  Consulting with a local water well driller should answer any water well questions.  Water well drillers for the area include: H.W. Schwope & Sons, Inc of Boerne and T.R. Drilling & Service, LLC of Boerne.

SOIL: The soils are clay loam with rocky limestone outcroppings with some caliche on the hill sides.

IMPROVEMENTS: The property is currently fenced on the east boundary along Crabapple Road. After closing the owner will fence the remaining boundary lines.

ROADS:  The primary entrance to this tract is right off of Crabapple Road and as mentioned above, a secondary road entrance in the southeast corner of the parent property will be used as an access road to the top of the hill.  Because of the easy access and the terrain, it is planned to be a 60 foot ingress egress easement described by metes and bounds, (30 on either side of the centerline of the road) from the entrance all the way to the area to the north.

UTILITIES: Pedernales Electric Co-op is provider in the area. A buried Guadalupe Valley Telephone Co. fiber line is located along Crabapple Road.  Cell service is good on the hilltops and probably not so good in the valleys.  

WILDLIFE:  Wildlife in the area would include whitetail deer, axis deer, feral hog, grey fox, raccoon, opossum, squirrel, coyote, rabbit, skunk, dove, turkey and a few bobwhite quail.

TAXES:  For 2021 the property is taxed Ag Use taxation. To continue Ag Use or Wildlife taxation, the new property buyers will need to apply with Kendall County.

MNERALS: Seller believes he owns all of the mineral estate and will convey one-half of what he owns.  There is no mineral or oil and gas lease in effect.

EASEMENTS: Access Easement for this tract and a utility easement only on this parcel.

NOTE: NOTE: The above information has been deemed correct, but is not guaranteed and is subject to changes, corrections, and/or withdrawal from the market without prior notice. The Owner and Broker make no representations, warranties or disclosures as to the property except as to title. The property is "as is, where is" with all faults and without warranty, representation or guaranty, express or implied, as to the condition or fitness of the property.

Where You'll Find It

  • Street Address: 418 Crabapple Road
  • City: Kendalia
  • State: Texas
  • County: Kendall

Dustin Ray

Broker / Owner
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