Nestled 30 miles northeast of San Antonio along the Interstate 35, New Braunfels is a beautiful historic town with lovely architecture and a bounty of lakes and hiking trails. It has a population of approximately 55,000 and has experienced astonishing growth over the past decade, upwards of 40%. Home median prices hover around $150,000, with less than half a percent of growth over the past year.
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Conveniences: The McKenna Memorial Hospital is located in New Braunfels city limits. The city has several airports, including the publicly owned and used New Braunfels Municipal Airport. The nearest Amtrak station is in San Marcos. The region has a low unemployment rate compared to the rest of the country, around 6%. And there is lots to do in the city, with parks, waterparks, and natural bounties sprinkled liberally over the municipality.
New Braunfels is serviced by the New Braunfels School system, attached to the New Braunfels High school. There are a number of other public schools in the area, including Canyon High, Canyon Lake High, and the Comal Leadership Institute. The highest rated elementary school in the area is Hoffmann Lane Elementary.
Crime rates in New Braunfels are comparable to the rest of the state. The rate of property crime is 4.44% and violent crime is 0.27%.
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