Bulverde Hills subdivision, a single-family residential development which consists of platted lots with an average size of three-quarters of an acre. All lots are serviced by a central water system and individual septic systems. Bulverde Oaks, a smaller single-family residential subdivision, joined with Bulverde Hills to incorporate as Bulverde South in 1996. Included in the new city were strips along Bulverde Road, Amman Road and Farm/Market 1863. The purpose of these strips was to form part of a barrier that would keep the City of San Antonio from annexing further north into Comal County. Want to know when new listings come up in this neighborhood? Sign up for alerts, contact us, and don’t forget to find us on Facebook.
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