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Scott Felder Homes – Hidden Trails in Bulverde, TX / scottfelderhomes.com



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Bulverde, TX is a fast-growing suburb of the San Antonio area. Directly north of San Antonio, the area is becoming a haven for people who want to have it all.

Living in Bulverde

With a population just over 5,000, Bulverde is a small town with plenty of amenities – without the big city noise and traffic. Residents enjoy the historic feel of downtown Bulverde, from the cotton gin to the general store. With new home communities building in the area, the city council has big plans for more open space, parks, and community activities in the downtown “Village.”

Bulverde Community Park Entry Sign / bulverdetx.gov

Bulverde Community Park / ourkidsmagazine.com

Residents currently have access to Bulverde Community Park, complete with a large pavilion, play structure, and splash pad for the little ones. Plenty of community events happen here, from movie nights to 5k marathons. For Bulverde homeowners interested in gardening, the city also offers a community garden. In the garden, residents get to connect, learn, and feed their families.

Bulverde Community Garden / rcgardenclub.com

And for people who love authentic local food, Bulverde offers a handful of options. From Mexican grills to upscale cafes, the area has local hotspots residents enjoy for brunch and dinner. Only a few miles down the road, homeowners can get all their groceries and home necessities at H-E-B Plus and Walmart. There are also Bulverde favorites like Chuck’s Prime Meat Market for those who like to shop local.

Parents and their school-aged children also love Bulverde because of its proximity to a few top-notch private schools (that are actually affordable). Bracken Christian School and Gloria Deo Academy offer K-12 openings, or Comal ISD offers a few campuses close to Bulverde.

Close by, there are a number of family practitioners, dentists, and even veterinarians so Bulverde residents can keep the whole family healthy. For emergencies, Baptist Emergency Hospital or Methodist Stone Oak Hospital are just a quick jaunt down US-281.

But the selling point for many Bulverde residents is the fast commute into San Antonio and the surrounding area. While working in San Antonio is a must for many, that doesn’t mean you have to deal with the congestion. Directly south on US-281, San Antonio is just 26 miles away from your new home in Bulverde.

Because Bulverde is still a growing submarket, you’re lucky to get in on the “ground floor.” This means that new home prices are lower than most communities in the area, even with the growth the city is experiencing. Homes start in the high $100s, so make sure to show Bulverde to your next new home buyers.

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Last updated: 9-28-2020