Wimberley Homes for Sale and Real Estate

 

Life in Wimberley is part culture, part fun, and all country.

This a cherished Hill Country community because of the people who contribute to it. Regular productions at the Emily Ann Theater are true family events, with children’s story productions, the seasonal trail of lights, and annual Butterfly Festival, make this enchanting local theater a special place any time of year. The expanding list of artist galleries and local craftsman has continued to grow and was officially recognized as a state cultural district by the Texas Commission of the Arts. The culmination of these artisans work is showcased every April with the Wimberley Arts Fest at Blue Hole Park.

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This storybook community of artisans has remained a secret among Texans as a vacation spot tucked away in the southern reaches of the Hill Country and Hays County. This region has always played a gracious host to visiting day trippers, with a healthy dose of hometown hospitality.Cafes, artist galleries and a multitude of charming Bed and Breakfasts draw repeat visitors sometimes over the course of generations, particularly in the summertime when the areas multiple swimming holes are a big draw for kids of all ages.

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Luxury Homes for sale around Wimberley Texas


If a place this wonderful sounds like a great spot for a vacation home, you’re not the only one. Many homes for sale in Wimberley are specifically built as turnkey properties to host visiting families or other prospective renters. Inventory ranges from modest cabins all the way to luxurious lodges fitting for corporate retreats. For anyone looking to settle in and leave the city life behind for good, there are several different sized parcels to be found that will match your plans for a new life in the country.

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No mention of Wimberley would be complete without paying credit to fortitude and strength of the local community after a catastrophic flood of the Blanco River in 2015. Despite this sad point in an otherwise peaceful history, the good people of Wimberley maintain a profound appreciation stewardship for areas riverways.

The pristine natural beauty of Cypress Creek, which transects through the heart of Wimberley town center, from the Blue Hole Regional Park just to the north and empties into the Blanco River just to the south. The banks of these shores have long been a source of tranquil beauty for fishermen and bird watching enthusiasts.

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