Located in Bandera, Texas, about an hour Northwest of San Antonio, is Bandera River Ranch, a beautiful Hill Country community full of lush landscaping, expansive lots and stunning real estate.
Homes in Bandera River Ranch run from the upper $200,000s to the high $500,000s, with most built in the mid-2000s or later. Though the community itself has been around since the early 1970s, Bandera River Ranch isn’t built out just yet. So if building your home from the ground up is your dream, this may be the perfect place to do it. Most lots offer sizeable acreage, and many even overlook the nearby Medina River or Privilege Creek Bluff. Many homes are custom-built.
The Bandera River Ranch community boasts a Homeowners Association, as well as neighborhood amenities like a swimming pool, tennis courts, basketball courts, picnic areas, a playground, and a park. The neighborhood is just a short drive away from San Antonio proper, New Braunfels, Kerrville, Fredericksburg and other Hill Country hubs, and though Bandera itself is small, the town offers plenty of amenities right within the city limits. Within the community, there’s the Bandera Natural History Museum, the Frontier Times Museum, several dude ranches and Bandera City Park, which boasts fishing, swimming, picnicking and more.
Children in Bandera River Ranch attend schools in the Bandera Independent School District, a district the Texas Education Agency deems “Recognized.“ For preschool through fifth grade, children are zoned to attend either Alkek Elementary School, Pipe Creek Christian School or Hill Country Elementary School. Beyond that, students attend Bandera Middle School and Bandera High School, which was named a National Blue Ribbon School in 2002.
Nestled Northwest of San Antonio in the “Cowboy Capital of the World,” Flying L Ranch is Bandera’s only resort golf course community. Surrounded by the picturesque and luxurious Flying L Ranch Hill Country Resort, the community is beautiful, well-maintained and packed full of amenities.
Homes in Flying L Ranch range from the upper $200,000s to the mid-$500,000s. Luxurious, spacious and often custom-built, they’re as beautiful as the resort itself. Residents of Flying L Ranch have year-round access to the resort’s stunning 18-hole golf course, gourmet restaurants, spa, tennis courts, and more. Fishing opportunities at the nearby Medina Lake and Medina River abound, and the community also boasts a pool, horseback riding, a putt putt course, and a water park.
In downtown Bandera, residents can enjoy museums, parks, five-star dining and quaint mom-and-pop shops. And while the small town of Bandera offers plenty to see, do and eat, the city is only a short drive from San Antonio, New Braunfels and Fredericksburg—as well as the amazing amenities and attractions they have to offer.
Located within the Bandera Independent School District, children in the Flying L Ranch community attend Alkek Elementary School, Bandera Middle School, and Bandera High School. Bandera ISD was deemed a “Recognized” district by the Texas Education Agency in 2011.