Surrounded by a peaceful grove of live-oak-speckled acreage in the northeast section of Garden Ridge (at the intersection of Schoenthal Rd and Bat Cave Rd), Forest Water’s impressive home selection rests in a distinctly “Hill Country” setting. Cul-de-sacs and wide streets wind around peaceful ponds and beautifully manicured landscaping, setting the stage for generous homesites (nearly an acre) and one-of-a-kind homes. From contemporary estates to more traditional architectural silhouettes, Forest Waters homes are both well-designed and beautifully maintained (many including hickory wood floors, energy-efficient design, in-ground pools, and lake views).
Though most neighborhoods in Garden Ridge don’t provide amenities, Forest Waters offers the next best thing: direct access to the Club of Garden Ridge, a premier fitness and events center that boasts a status as “Garden Ridge’s best-kept secret.” This stunning private club’s sprawling state-of-the-art fitness facility features brand new workout machines, massage therapy, childcare, tennis and racquetball courts, an indoor basketball court, a swimming pool and spa, and two stocked lakes (perfect for fishing!).
And, though Garden Ridge is only a few miles northeast of the outskirts of San Antonio, area neighborhoods like Forest Waters are zoned to the “Hill Country district” of Comal ISD (specifically: Garden Ridge Elementary, Canyon Middle School, and Canyon High School). This award-winning district boasts exemplary teachers, high levels of college readiness, and a focus on character development. Plus, it was recognized as “exemplary” by the Texas Education Agency. Go Cougars!
Besides excellent education and exemplary homes, Forest Waters’ location in the community of Garden Ridge affords residents excellent access to a full gamut of local perks. Located just 2.5
miles west of the I-35 corridor, Forest Waters residents are less than 15 miles away from the beloved German-flavored New Braunfels, and just 20 miles from the very heart of downtown San Antonio. Closer at hand, Natural Bridge Caverns, Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch, Bracken Cave, the boutiques of Bracken Village, the Rolling Oaks Mall, The Forum at Olympia Parkway (one of the largest shopping centers in Texas), and the Village Oaks Shopping Center are all just a short commute.
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