Like many German immigrants who settled in this area, Braunfels became a new area for settlers who were moving in from Galveston. The area is largely historical with a few residential community and multiple luxury homes, as well as a highly acclaimed school district.
What's Inside New Braunfels Real Estate
The city around this area is part of the Gruene historical district. While some of the homes were built in the early 1900s, there are lots of newer develops in master-planned neighborhoods. Luxury homes feature custom elements and special extras, including granite counter tops, hardwood floors, garden tubs, island kitchens and large living spaces. The master suites in some of these listings are particularly spacious and lavish. In addition to luxurious interiors, homes also have beautiful stone exteriors, garden landscaping, stone walkways and patios. Residential communities in Braunfels surround the Guadalupe River and reside just a few miles from Lake McQueeney and multiple skiing lodges.
Why People Move Near Guadalupe River
Living near the river offers a variety of activities like skiing, fishing, canoeing, kayaking and camping. The restaurants around this area are also some of the best in Texas Hill Country. The school system is also highly rated with several recognized for academic performance. The athletic programs at Canyon High School are also award winning with multiple teams seeing championships in recent years. There are also several private schools in this area including Calvary Baptist Academy and Cross Lutheran school. Perhaps the town is most famous for Wurstfest or sausage festival held in November to honor the city's German heritage.
You can view all of the properties available in Braunfels online. The listings include interior and exterior photos, property size, pricing and special features. Contacting an agent can help tour available luxury homes and prime real estate properties in this area and around Guadalupe river.