3RD MID QUARTER 2020
|ZIP CODE||COMMUNITY||BUILDER||BASE PRICE – TO BE BUILT|
|78155||Arroyo Ranch||D.R. Horton||$100s (high)|
|78155||Cordova Crossing||Lennar||$200s (low)|
|78155||Hannah Heights||CastleRock Communities||$200s (low)|
|78155||Hannah Heights||Hakes Brothers||Not Published|
|78155||Hannah Heights||Kindred Homes||$200s (low)|
|78155||Hiddenbrooke||Century Communities ★||$100s (high)|
|78155||Navarro Oaks||D.R. Horton||$200s (low)|
|78155||Village of Mill Creek 50’s||Perry Homes||$200s (mid)|
|78155||Village of Mill Creek 60’s||Perry Homes||$300s (low)|
|78155||Woodside Farms||KB Home ★||Coming Soon|
Seguin, TX is now home to over 27,000 people and counting. The population keeps growing — and for good reason. The area has a lot to offer residents, and with new home options offering affordable living, there’s even more reason to check Seguin out today.
Living in Seguin
With about 380 acres of parks, open space, and playgrounds, Seguin is prime real estate for people who love the outdoors. Twelve parks, a wave pool, softball fields, an events complex, and a dog park are also huge attractions for residents. They enjoy time after work, on the weekends, or during the hot Texas summers hanging out at any one of these Seguin spots.
The area even offers its own school district, Seguin ISD. This means that parents don’t have to drive far to get their kids to quality, highly-rated education; there are nearly a dozen K-12 campuses for students to choose from. Summer camps, a wide range of athletic programs, and a strong recreation program in the community all make Seguin a great place to raise active, engaged kids.
And of course, Seguin is a fun place to play, eat, and visit. The downtown Main Street area offers unique local food and a few favorite watering holes, as well as a robust community calendar. Farmer’s markets, concert series, art festivals, and holiday parades are all something to look forward to in Seguin. The city is also part of the River Heritage Tour, offering a ton of opportunities to explore the history of this beautiful part of Texas.
When it’s time to get back to everyday living, Seguin residents can stock their fridge and homes from stores like Arlan’s Market, H-E-B, and Wal-Mart. Being located along the I-10 corridor also lets Seguin residents hop around to neighboring areas for shopping sprees, tons of entertainment options, and more – all within a few minutes’ drive.
For emergencies and basic medical care, Seguin residents can access local practitioners right in the city itself. Hospitals like the Guadalupe Regional Medical Center are also right in Seguin, making it easy to get care when residents need it most.
Thanks to its location along I-10, Seguin also offers some fast commute times for people who work in San Antonio or other neighboring areas. About 36 miles slightly northeast from San Antonio, Seguin gives homeowners enough space from the bustle of the city while still making it easy to get downtown in about 40 minutes.
Best of all, the new home communities currently being built in Seguin offer a lot to buyers. Check out the different builders and their floor plans in Seguin; some homes even start in the low $200s!