The Villas at Manor CreekThe Pecan, is a one story with an optional half story, 2273 square foot 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home with study at the Villas at Manor Creek. The large family room invites an open floor plan into the kitchen with a large island with a double sink. Stainless steel Frigidaire appliances are included along with granite countertops. The floor plan has a large master suite, separate vanity in the master bathroom, and a his/hers closet separate. Master bath includes double vanity, cultured marble countertop, garden tub and shower. Additional features are two car garage, covered back patio, full sprinkler system/sod, and is a natural gas community. Other key optional features include a 4th and 5th bedroom, bonus room, three car garage, and fire place.
New Braunfels, TX
LIFE IN SOUTH CENTRAL TEXASWelcome to New Braunfels! D.R. Horton in the New Braunfels area provides quality homes in our Express Homes, Emerald Homes and D.R. Horton Homes brands, to provide a home for every stage in life. Many of our communities offer amenities like community swimming pools and parks, and our homes are built with open-concept floor plans. Find your dream home with America’s #1 Builder.
Whether you’re hiking the trails of Purgatory Creek Natural Area, tubing down the Guadalupe River, dancing in Gruene Hall or shopping in historic Downtown New Braunfels, you’ll find something you love in the New Braunfels area.
New Braunfels ISD
San Marco CISD
PARKS AND RECREATION
Landa Park: With nearly 51 acres of special trails, shaded by giant, ancient oak trees, this local treasure boasts some of the best views of both Comal Springs and Landa Lake.
Purgatory Creek Natura Area: Ashe juniper groves, grassland meadows and oak mottes co-exist to create excellent hiking trails with varying levels of difficulty.
Downtown New Braunfels: Nestled along the banks of the Comal River, this renowned destination offers some of the finest shopping, dining, entertainment and history in Central Texas.
ARTS AND LIFESTYLE
Gruene Hall: Located a few miles outside of New Braunfels, this 19th-century historical venue is the oldest continuously operating dance hall in the state.