One of the most unique things about Rockwall Ranch lies in its history: this sprawling community is located within the century-old rock walls of the former “Tschoepe Ranch” (of which the original ranch and ranch house still remain intact). This 1800s settlement was built by one of the area’s first German pioneers, chosen for its scenic location and notably level terrain (perfect for building). And, though ownership has changed hands, Rockwall Ranch still retains that pristine pastoral atmosphere, peppered with mature trees and plenty of wildlife.
Composed of one-of-a-kind custom estates (by various award-winning architects and builders), the diverse collection of homes in Rockwall Ranch vary in price from the $400s and into the $900s (with a median sale price of $560,000). Set on generous, secluded homesites (usually between 1-2 acres), Rockwall Ranch homes follow “strong, yet sensible” architectural requirements, including minimum square footage (3,000 for a single-story and 3,500 for multiple stories), 100% masonry exterior, and paved driveways.
Because this community is committed to happy home builders, those building custom estates have immense freedom in the process: no time limit to build, as well as an unlimited choice of builders. Currently, the final phase of construction is taking place within “The Estates” subdivision. River Hills Custom Homes will even provide a cost prediction and analysis at no extra cost, giving you the true value of your intended home.
Besides beautiful homes and a welcoming community, Rockwall Ranch is fully stocked with resort-style amenities (think: community pools, tennis courts, a clubhouse, and plenty of community green space), as well as excellent Comal ISD schools. Students who live in Rockwall Ranch are zoned to attend Garden Ridge Elementary School, Canyon Middle School, and Canyon High School. This district is known far and wide for its excellent teachers, emphasis on character development, and high levels of academic achievement and college readiness.
Rockwall Ranch’s location between New Braunfels and San Antonio affords residents access to both big-city shopping and entertainment and small-town charm. New Braunfels boasts historic dance halls and sparkling rivers, while San Antonio’s cultural hub is full of museums, art galleries, and foodie-acclaimed restaurants. Also within day-tripping distance, Hill Country attractions like <a href="http://www.lakehouses4sale.net/canyon-lake-waterfront-homes-for-sale.php">Canyon Lake</a>, Wimberley, San Marcos (and all its premier shopping glory), and Dripping Springs offer a well-rounded set of options.
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