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New Construction Homes in Guadalupe

Guadalupe County, a place full of nuts. Oil-booms may come and go, but the humble nut industry will always remain dear to Guadalupe, aka the “Pecan Capital of Texas”. This is indeed the largest producer of pecan nuts in America. A too big to ignore, 5-ft long and 3 ft. wide, pecan nut, was erected in 1962 and was proudly named “World’s Largest Pecan”. In 2011, an even bigger concrete pecan was erected at the Texas Agricultural Education and Heritage Center. With so many nuts in town, there is also a classic museum dedicated to nutcrackers. With 8000 types of nutcrackers, Pape's Pecan House and Nutcracker Museum rightly epitomizes this city’s nutty spirits.

Many festivals are celebrated with much energy and are graciously merged with an ever-flowing lineup of events, street arts, theaters, and operas that keep the locals ever-busy and ever-connected. Accompanying these festive moods, there are restaurants and bars to enjoy the city as it is.

There are also a number of places to visit, both old and new. History buffs will love the Sebastopol House Historic Site or the Robert Hall House. The town’s own festive hotspot is the ZDT's Amusement Park, which packs in a healthy dose of entertainment for all age groups. Malls and shops abound, your shopping checklist will always get ticked here. The Forum at Olympia Parkway is a nice mall with a spacious a food court, while Courtyard Shopping Center will take care of all your daily needs. Try out the quirky Downtown Antique Mall for some awesome home decor antiques.

Being in the vicinity of San Antonio, parts of this county is included in the San Antonio, TX Metropolitan Statistical Area, which contributes a gigantic share to the country’s GDP.                

NewHomeSource digitally brings you closer to the housing market of Guadalupe. You can browse through the homes in the range of mid $100’s to the upper $600’s. Whether you are solo or a family, you can avail 2 to 6 bedroom plans, with 2-5 baths, and the option of multiple garages. They float in the range of 1200-5000 sq. ft. and are planned with great aesthetics. The homes are built by trusted names like Centex Homes, KB homes, Meritage Homes, etc. and are often the most prized ones in the neighborhoods.  


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    Dartmouth (6944 Hallie Hill)

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    Hallie's Cove - Classic

    • 4 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 3 Gr
    • 3,391 sq. ft.

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    Yale (6944 Hallie Hill)

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    Hallie's Cove - Classic

    • 3 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 2.5 Gr
    • 2,609 sq. ft.

    Schertz, TX 78154

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    Stanford (6944 Hallie Hill)

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    Hallie's Cove - Classic

    • 4 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 3,517 sq. ft.

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    Villanova (6944 Hallie Hill)

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    Hallie's Cove - Classic

    • 3 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 3 Gr
    • 2,900 sq. ft.

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    Princeton (6944 Hallie Hill)

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    • 3 Br
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    • 3 Gr
    • 2,960 sq. ft.

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    Brown (6944 Hallie Hill)

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    from $400,990

    Hallie's Cove - Classic

    • 5 Br
    • 3.5 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 4,016 sq. ft.

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    Harvard (6944 Hallie Hill)

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    Hallie's Cove - Classic

    • 3 Br
    • 2 Ba
    • 3 Gr
    • 2,513 sq. ft.

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    Tulane (6944 Hallie Hill)

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    Hallie's Cove - Classic

    • 3 Br
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    • 2,400 sq. ft.

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    Sandpiper (6944 Hallie Hill)

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    Hallie's Cove - Signature

    • 5 Br
    • 3.5 Ba
    • 3 Gr
    • 4,719 sq. ft.

    Schertz, TX 78154

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    Monarch (6944 Hallie Hill)

    Monarch - Hallie's Cove - Signature: Schertz, Texas - Gehan Homes

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    from $447,990

    Hallie's Cove - Signature

    • 4 Br
    • 3.5 Ba
    • 3 Gr
    • 3,810 sq. ft.

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    Top New Home Cities in Guadalupe County

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    City Homes Average New Home Price
    New Braunfels 825 $322,918
    Cibolo 201 $304,235
    Schertz 187 $322,961
    San Marcos 143 $290,437
    Converse 135 $214,920
    Seguin 97 $269,837
    Saint Hedwig 26 $250,561
    Universal City 17 $254,379
    Selma 12 $238,823
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