The spot where Kerrville began may eventually be the site of its newest establishment.

With the pending sale of almost 5 acres of prime downtown property comes talk of putting a cafe or restaurant on the most historically rich spot in town: the place where Joshua Brown and a handful of men built a shingle camp and settlement in the 1840s, before Kerrville existed.

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