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Centrally located, with all the beauty of the Texas Hill Country, Boerne/Kendall County is growing rapidly. The population, the workforce talent, and area businesses are on the rise.
Residents can choose from an array of single-family homes, multi-family units, and large-acreage lots.
residential lots completed or in the planning stage
occupancy rates in Boerne
median home price
property tax rates
Convenient access to top public and private educational institutions. Nationally recognized K-12 and higher education institutions are located within a 50-mile radius of Boerne. Kendall County also boasts nationally recognized K-12 public schools, as well as private school options.
students in Boerne ISD
students in Comfort ISD
graduation rate in Boerne ISD
universities/colleges within 50 miles of Boerne
miles to The University of Texas San Antonio (UTSA) from Boerne
Wayland Baptist University regularly offers courses in Boerne
The healthcare industry in Kendall County continues to expand to meet the needs of a growing population. Several major health care systems now have a presence here, with plans for additional medical office space.
freestanding Emergency Department
nationally-recognized regional medical systems within convenient proximity
South Texas Medical within 20 miles
projecting opening of ambulatory surgery center
Kendall County enjoys a mild climate, allowing its residents to enjoy the outdoors nearly year-round.
annual average temperature
Generally rolling terrain with elevations ranging above sea level
|Avg. high in °F ||61||65||71||79||85||90||92||94||89||80||71||62|
|Avg. low in °F||35||38||46||53||62||68||70||69||64||55||45||37|
|Avg. precipitation in inches||2.09||2.4||2.95||2.24||4.65||4.65||3.27||2.72||3.43||4.37||3.11||2.24|
Boerne and Kendall County