Why Move to New Braunfels?

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Why Move to New Braunfels ?


The question is why not?


New Braunfels is located at the heart of the Texas Hill Country. Living just 45 minutes south of Austin and 30 minutes North of San Antonio means that residents can easily enjoy the conveniences of a large city while enjoying the charm of small town life. Residents can while away a lazy Saturday afternoon strolling through the downtown square.



Living in New Braunfels offers the perfect blend of old world charm and modern convenience. It is a town that is rich in tradition, and it’s residents take pride in upholding those traditions. There is a sense of community that simply cannot be found in bigger cities, and the fun, laid back atmosphere is reflected in the people who live here. Once you make the decision to call this town home, it becomes a part of you. Living in New Braunfels is truly like being on vacation everyday.



Residential neighborhoods range from conventional subdivisions to gated communities. New Braunfels will vary from garden home lots to standard size city lots. Or if acreage is your preference, the area offers several acreage subdivisions. If being on or close to the water is in your desire, then consider the opportunities available on one of our two rivers or many of our area lakes. New Braunfels offers a variety of price ranges to fit any budget. I can help you find the best neighbor for your family.

Call or visit my website so we can find you your little piece of heaven here in New Braunfels.




Dawn Loding, Realtor


Keller Williams Realty


New Braunfels, TX







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Dawn Loding, Realtor




Comments (1)

Sharon & Bruce Walter
Keller Williams Realty Lafayette, IN - Lafayette, IN
West Lafayette homes for sale

Dawn, this is a great post telling consumers about the many amenities that New Braunfels has to offer!  I have always heard of the hill country outside of Austin, but have always wondered what Texans consider a hill?

Jun 24, 2014 10:16 AM