Located on the outskirts of Northeast San Antonio, you’ll find the small city of Cibolo. The city has a rich history in the development of Texas wherein, Comanche’s and other tribes wandered this area before the first German settlers arrived. In 1876, originally, Cibolo was named as “Buffalo” by the Indians, until a local businessman – Mr. Schlather, renamed the city to Cibolo after the Southern Pacific Railroad was constructed which connected with other larger cities such as Houston and San Antonio. Today, the city has been growing continuously where many businesses and industries have located in the area.
Being conveniently located on I-35, Cibolo is being just minutes away from both the busy city of San Antonio and the tranquil Texas Hill Country. To the north, the Hill Country landscape provides amazing views and picturesque attractions like the Natural Bridge Caverns and the nearby Warbler Woods Bird Sanctuary. In addition, Cibolo is also home to premier shopping and dining comforts, like The Forum – a shopping center that features a vast array of stores and fine restaurants. You can also find Bracken Village, which boasts a unique collection of boutique and gift shops.
As of 2016, Cibolo has an estimated population of 28,259. Because of many things, the city is a great place for families with children live here where both parents and children could develop social ties easily with other families, as well as find family-oriented services and community. Also, the city’s excellent school system served by Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District provides an environment conducive to academic values. Students in Cibolo are generally zoned to Dobie Junior High School, Wiederstein Elementary, Watts Elementary, Barbara C Jordan Intermediate School, Elaine S Schlather Intermediate School, and Byron P Steele II High School. Nearby private institutions include the Allison Steele Enhanced Learning Center. Also, Cibolo’s overall crime rate is lower than the average for the country.
Concerning the real estate of Cibolo, the city has a high rate of single-family homes. Many properties have been built since 2000 featuring modern and popular architectural styles and trends. When buying a home, it can be hard to know where to start. But in Cibolo, finding homes for sale will provide you an affordable and a variety of real estate options with amazing Hill Country views and great amenities. Cibolo is also perfect for military personnel because of nearby military bases like Randolph AFB and Fort Sam Houston.
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