Kyle offers a quiet alternative to city life coupled with an assortment of parks, shops and cultural opportunities that make this small town a fun place to live. Residents of Kyle enjoy the small town life and may almost forget that they are just a short trip from downtown Austin (20 miles north). The town was founded in 1880 and named for Fergus Kyle, who donated land for the town site. Settlers from Blanco and Mountain city moved into the area, and a town was born...[more]
25+ acres off Windy Hill Rd, short drive to I-35 and commute to Austin or minutes from shopping and entertainment in Buda and Kyle. Great recreational property, raise livestock and or subdivide. Well maintained house with tasteful updates, original owners.
Large 17.189-acre lot in the heart of downtown Kyle. The lot is square shaped with more than 1100sq.ft. road frontage, perfect for development! Keep the property as a horse farm or rezone and develop it for several homesites. The property is flat and cleared, perfect for running horses or if you'd like a nice community. The farm has a big horse arena, outside and barn stables too. There's also a separate house being used as a workshop. This
Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to own 16 acres minutes from downtown Kyle. Located just down from the Venue Corridor (wedding venues, wineries, breweries, ect.) Nestled around other 10 plus acre properties and backs to the City of Austin Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone. Means no new development. Amazing property! Low Taxes! A Must See!!! New Roof (12/16)
PRICE REDUCED ! Minutes from Austin! Zoned Single Family Farm-Ranch, this quiet rural 10 acre property offers Pecan & Black Walnut trees, a stocked fish pond, a lg lean-to for storage/animals, & a beautifully updated 2 story farmhouse. Majestic home has a master suite on ea. level! Upstairs master has a small bonus room attached which would make a wonderful nursery/second living area, & the attic has been converted into a bonus room
Live among the rolling hills of the Cypress Forest community in Kyle, TX! One-story new home by David Weekley situated on a corner lot behind the proposed amenity center! Jaw-dropping owner's suite w/huge walk-in shower, over-sized tub & massive walk-in closet. Perfect for in & outdoor entertaining w/an open floor plan & massive rear covered porch w/a BBQ gas line ready for grilling! Top Hays CISD schools & a home builder w/a
Stunning David Weekley one-story home for sale in the Cypress Forest community of Kyle, TX! Located in a cul-de-sac w/front views of the community pond & green space, this new home's open floor plan is perfect for gatherings! The large kitchen island looks out to the family room featuring massive sliding glass doors leading to the spacious covered rear porch. Find your new home here, with confidence in our home builder's 40-year reputation
A 3 car garage version of one of our most popular plans. This homesite backs to a forested green belt and you are able to walk to future amenity center. High end wood floors, cabinets and counter tops. In addition, a real glamour bath with a walk through shower AND two custom walk in closets! This same home can sell over $100k more in our other communities. Check it out in Cypress Forest Today.
Location, Location, Location! This popular Catalina Plan backs to a solid wall of trees for ultimate privacy. Yet, it's close enough to walk to the community pool and fishing pond. The large covered patio keeps you grilling, even on rainy days. Very Cool!
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Now home to thousands, Kyle is a growing community of wonderful citizens. With outdoor sports, Lake Kyle, wonderful city parks and a variety of cultural opportunities, Kyle offers everything a small town should while being only a short ride away from the State Capital.
The City of Kyle is a fast-paced growing community with over 32,000 residents (up from just over 5,000 in 2000). Kyle is the second largest city in Hays County behind San Marcos (pop. 55,000). Back in the 1800s, it has been known to be the Gateway to Texas Ranch Country because it is situated in the heart of Central Texas, with Austin to its north, San Antonio to the south.
Kyle's bustling community is situated along Interstate 35 and the International and Great Northern Railroads. The city lies within the Texas Triangle — surrounded by key cities such as Austin, San Marcos, San Antonio, Houston and Dallas — Kyle the perfect place to live and do business.
The Auction Oaks, a famous historical landmark, was the place where the first lots of Kyle were sold way back in October 1880. Auction Oaks is still around today and it has become one of the famous attractions in the City of Kyle.
Over the years, Kyle has become the home of many famous people with different endeavors. The Pulitzer Prize winning author Katherine Anne Porter lived here for almost ten years and some of her popular books were inspired by the Kyle community. Her former home is now transformed into a Museum dedicated to her and to her works
Other famous people who resided here were John Wheeler Bunton the San Jacinto hero, Joseph Fenity the journalist and former talk show host, C.C. Tex Hughson the baseball pitcher of the American League, Lena Elith Hamilton Kirkland the author, Edwin Jackson Kyle the ambassador, Milton Nance the historian, Terrell Sledge the Rhodes scholar, Lou Mendez the President of Kaizen Institute, and Michael James Trujillo the assistant coach of the women's basketball team of Texas State University.
One of the most distinctive places in Kyle is the old Kyle water tower painted with the national colors of red, white, and blue. You can also notice that most of the houses built here still has that old town feel because they are completed with lawns, fences, and porches, three components that every American family miss in the traditional residential community.
Most of the real estate developers and firms in the City of Kyle make it a point to preserve the old town feel of the Kyle community. This kind of dedication cannot be found in other parts of Texas because the charming bungalows in other places are now replaced with towering cemented residential areas which are exactly made to look the same. The City of Kyle, with all the modern advancements of commercial and business opportunities, still incorporates the nice and relaxing old country atmosphere.
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