This is a perfect property for heading out after work to relax with friends, and long weekends. The ranch presents the tranquil feeling that you are far away, while still being minutes away from San Antonio. Allowing you to have easy accessibility to various options to shop and eat from.
The ranch presents the tranquil feeling that you are far away from the bustle of the city of San Antonio, while still minutes from all the big city amenities of shopping and restaurants. This is a perfect property for heading out after work to relax with friends, long weekends, entertaining and hosting fundraiser parties or for a quaint family wedding setting.
The ranch is reached by exiting US Hwy 281 North onto East Evans Road. Travel approximately 4 miles down East Evans Road. Cibolo Vista Road will be on your left hand side. Travel north on Cibolo Vista for 1 mile to reach the property.
Located along the east side of Cibolo Vista Road, the 101 +/- acre portion of the Parman Ranch is breathtaking. A well-maintained caliche road takes you from the main entrance to a quaint 2B/2B cabin. The cabin is located in an oasis-like setting with amazing canopy coverage and a bubbling water feature that is supplemented by a nearby water well. Privacy seems endless as you overlook 2,700 +/- acres of property controlled by the Nature Conservancy and Bat Conservation International. Located below the cabin is Cibolo Creek, a seasonal waterway stretching 2,000 +/- feet. The creek is known to hold pockets of water during select parts of the year. As you gain approximately 150 +/- feet in elevation to the main hilltop, the private and secluded views transition into long range vistas of the surrounding Hill Country. This undisturbed terrain offers multiple building sites with electricity located nearby.
Surrounded by large heritage live oaks and a lush yard lies a peaceful 1,700 +/- square foot cabin. This 2B/2B hideaway rests in a tranquil setting tucked away at the bottom of a beautiful hill. The cabin has a wonderful backdrop encompassed by rich vegetation all around. The outside of the structure boasts a wrap-around porch supported by beautiful wooded beams. Crawling green ivy covers a portion of the structure adding to the aesthetically pleasing outdoor setting.
The ranch 101+/- acre tract backs up to 2,700 +/- acres of Nature Conservancy and Bat Conservation International land per the Bexar and Comal County Appraisal District. With that being said, wildlife is abundant, including whitetail deer, feral hogs, dove and other animals native to the Hill Country.
Cibolo Creek, a wet weather creek traverses through 101 +/- acre tract, stretching approximately 2,000 feet. Located below the cabin, this waterway holds pockets of water on a seasonal basis. The 101 +/- acre tract also has a water well that provides water to the main cabin.
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