New Braunfels, TX is such an excellent community to call home.  With a warm neighborly feel and conservative values you are sure to find something you love.  Founded in 1845 by Prince Carl of Solms-Braunfels, New Braunfels, Texas is located within southeastern Comal County, making it a crucial part of the San Antonio–New Braunfels metropolitan area. Situated along the Balcones Fault, where the Texas Hill Country meets rolling prairie land, New Braunfels is rich with grasslands. With San Antonio, San Marcos, and Austin all falling within a 50 mile radius, New Braunfels offers opportunity and culture to its 74,000 residents and a very convenient location for family looking to be close to big cities without having to move there.


Divided by the Guadalupe River, New Braunfels Independent School District and Comal Independent School District make up the primary districts in New Braunfels.  With school ratings that rank above average, parents take pride in sending their children off to school. Among the most highly regarded are Hoffman Lane Elementary, Smithson Valley Middle, and New Braunfels High; all of which received an 8/10 rating or higher. Within a 50 mile radius are over 20 colleges, including the University of Texas and Texas State University.  See NBISD school ratings here.  See Comal ISD school ratings here.

Real Estate

With a median home value set at $280,000, New Braunfels growing market invites individuals from all walks of life. In the past year, home values have increased 3.7% with a 1.5% increase predicted within the next year. Whether owning a few acres of land piques your interest, or settling down in a quaint southern style townhome is what you desire, New Braunfels offers an abundance of living options.

Local Attractions

 Home to the original Schlitterbahn, New Braunfels is full of fun and lots of water.  Loved for the Comal and Guadalupe rivers, Landa Park, and Canyon Lake, New Braunfels is rich with nature and outdoor recreation. New Braunfels also takes pride in their historical background, offering historic district landmarks and museums for both newcomers and natives. With mouthwatering dining including Gruene River Grill, McAdoo’s and Clear Springs Cafe, New Braunfels will never leave you bored or hungry.

Your New Life in New Braunfels

As a city that takes pride in their settlement and evergrowing culture, New Braunfels is the perfect addition to the Lone Star State, and hopefully the next place you’ll call “home.”


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