Sort Option
  • Price


145 Lincoln Street, New Braunfels, Texas 78130

Resort commercial Comal river ready for development. Across from Schlitterbahn. Possibilities: Restaurants, Hotel, Outfitters, condominiums, or build your one of a kind vacation home. These 3-50’ wide lots are some of the very last lots available for the comal river frontage. Partially wooded with mature trees.


118 Edgewater Terrace, New Braunfels, Texas 78130

Location, Location, Location! This unique property offers a true once in a lifetime opportunity at owning 100' on the Comal Springs waterfront! *2 lots* (1/2 acre) with a 3000 sq ft hill country style home! Main house features 4 bedrooms and 4 baths, with an additional 1 bed/1 bath "Mother-In-Law" suite. Properties like this simply do not along very long.

Comal River Homes for Sale

The Comal River is a hidden gem located in the heart of New Braunfels, TX. The rivers source comes from several springs located in and just upstream of Landa Park. Heading downstream from Landa Park, the Comal River flows past the Wurstfest grounds, Landa Park Golf Course, Schlitterbahn and the Historic Camp Warnecke just before converging with the Guadalupe River upstream of IH 35. The river is a constant 70-72 degrees and the water clarity is very clear.

There are very few single family residences located on the Comal River as the majority of the shorelines real estate are condominium complexes, part of the Schlitterbahn Waterpark or owned by the City of New Braunfels. Near the headwaters of the Comal River lies Edgewater Terrace, a street which is home to some of the most exclusive single family residences on the river. Comal Ave., Guada Coma Dr. and E. Lincoln streets are also home to single family residence on the Comal River. Homes for sale on the Comal River start in the $500’s and go up from there.

If you are looking for a Condominium to use as a second home or vacation rental, there are several complexes available along the Comal River to include Camp Warnecke, Inverness and River Run. Condo prices start in the high $100’s to the mid $400’s.

Central Texas Lake Map


(map not to scale)