The Crossings is a popular, 288-acre residential community in New Braunfels offering two single-family neighborhoods from award-winning builder Lennar Homes, Brookside II and Camden, and a range of community amenities, in one of the fastest-growing and most desirable areas in the country. A swimming pool, miles of walking trails, kids’ play areas, and ample green space provide residents with great opportunities to gather and play, while the rolling hills of the Texas Hill Country provide scenic surroundings.
The Crossings’ location between Austin and San Antonio puts the community in one of the nation’s most strategic settings, with unmatched access to Texas’ dynamic work centers. This Hill Country community is just minutes from I-35, making commuting to USAA, the University of Texas, Whole Foods, or any of the large employers in these thriving cities easy.
Even closer to home, all the best of the Hill Country and New Braunfels is right at residents’ doorsteps at The Crossings. Wine tasting on the Texas Wine Trail, relaxing and being active at one of the local parks, enjoying the scenery while hiking, biking, or spending time at one of the rivers, unique cultural outings, and world-class medical facilities are all part of the New Braunfels lifestyle. And nestled in this scenic, growing, family-friendly area with consistent growth and a dynamic local employment base of its own, The Crossings is just the type of community Hill Country homebuyers have been waiting for.
The Crossings’ schoolchildren are served by the highly rated Comal Independent School District (CISD). The CISD offers a total of 18 elementary schools, five middle schools, four high schools, and a discipline center, and is rated a Recognized school district. All schools within the district are fully accredited by the Texas Education Agency (TEA), 12 of the schools are rated Exemplary, and 10 schools are rated Recognized. In addition, many of the CISD schools have achieved Gold Performance Acknowledgement (GPA) Awards by the TEA for outstanding performance every year.