Nestled amid the hills of the area known as Texas Hill Country, Kerrville is a town with a long history and fewer than 30,000 people. The Guadalupe River flows through the town, offering a variety of recreational activities. Highway 27 is Kerrville's Main Street, which runs through the picturesque downtown area. Highways 16, 394 and 173 connect Kerrville to other towns in the region, and Interstate 10 is only minutes away. Residents of Kerrville have the opportunity to experience a variety of cultural activities, including the Kerrville Folk Festival, an annual event that attracts folk musicians and fans from across the country as well as Canada. The city's Museum of Western Art specializes in works related to the American West by living artists. Kerrville also hosts the Texas State Arts and Crafts Fair every May; participating artisans are Texas residents who have been selected by a panel.
Northridge Village in Kerrville is located just blocks away from Interstate 10, Highway 16 and Loop 534. San Antonio is approximately 58 miles southeast of Kerrville and Austin is 85 miles to the east. However, residents need not travel far from home to find a variety of excellent restaurants and stores, including upscale dining, fast-food chains, big-box stores and eclectic boutiques.
Northridge Village is a community of one-story duplexes nestled among stately, mature trees and neatly manicured grounds. All of the units are two-bedroom, one-bath floor plans containing approximately 875 square feet. Residents and their guests will have no difficulty finding a parking space, often just steps from their doors. Dogs and cats are allowed, subject to management approval.