A true luxury community in the heart of New Braunfels’ cultural epicenter, Riada exemplifies the real estate adage: “Location, location, location!” Riada residents have the luxury of being just minutes from the heart of Gruene, downtown New Braunfels, and the convenience of the Creekside shopping development (and many enjoy direct private waterfront access on secluded wooded lots on the Guadalupe). Naturally, these perks come with a luxury price tag: homes in the Riada neighborhood tend to price from the $800s and up above $1 Million. Boasting large, upscale homes that represent an architecturally diverse array of time periods and styles, Riada offers estates set on generous (up to 4+ acre) homesites (generally with four bedrooms and three bathrooms). Other similar neighborhoods (in terms of both location and acreage) to consider include River Place at Gruene and Riverforest.
Located just off FM 306 and Bretzke Road (near Gruene), Riada enjoys all the cultural offerings New Braunfels residents love. This once-tiny Texas town still retains its German-flavored, small-town charm, but has also found itself in the midst of blossoming growth, recently ranking #2 on a list of the fastest-growing communities in the nation. Home to a rich sense of German heritage, iconic live music venues, Wurstfest, and the sparkling Comal and Guadalupe, this New Braunfels remains one of the most unique Hill Country towns on the map.
Where will Riada students go to school? Even the pickiest parents can rest assured that their children will be zoned to attend a school district with a reputation for excellence: Comal ISD. Covering nearly 600 square miles over five central Texas counties (Comal, Bexar, Hays, Kendall, and Guadalupe), this district is as diverse and well-rounded as its neighborhoods are luxurious. For those interested in specifics, students in Riada students are zoned to attend popular Hoffman Lane Elementary School, Church Hill Middle School, and Canyon High School.
Thankfully, Riada homeowners have direct access to everyone’s favorite thing about New Braunfels: the meandering rivers. Besides offering plenty of gorgeous waterfront homes with private access, the Riada HOA has ensured that everyone in the neighborhood is able to enjoy the dreamy banks of the Guadalupe. Swim, fish, kayak, or paddleboard in Riada’s HOA-maintained river park (or simply enjoy the views!). Many residents also love the wildlife easily glimpsed: deer, wild turkeys, and cranes often visit the shores for a drink.
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