The homes in the Johnson Ranch community range from the mid $200,000 to $800,000 on a variety of lot sizes in distinct enclaves. If interested in seeing any of the builders in this community please email, call or visit us today. For more information on working with a home builder and one of our Realtors® please visit with us today. This area offers the closest access to Johnson Ranch Elementary. The lots are 55′ and 65’ wide and range in depth from approximately 120′ to 160′ offering great choices in yard size.
Corriente Estates at Johnson Ranch is just north of The Homestead area off of Johnson Way. Homes in this gated enclave have lots that are 65’ and 75’. The pond at the entrance and great Live Oaks throughout this community give great home options. Lot depths in this area range from 125′ to 200′ deep.
La Creciente at Johnson Ranch greets you as you climb the hills of Johnson Ranch and offers larger lots and views across the Cibolo Valley. You’ll reach this gated enclave continuing north on Johnson Way. They’re two exclusive builders on these 85’ and 95’ wide lots. These lots range from a quarter acre to half an acre in size and this enclave will be the closest to the Amenity Center planned for 2015.
Johnson Ranch North consists of gated communities. With about one-third of Johnson Ranch remaining as a natural area, homeowners will often enjoy a greenbelt running behind their home. All owners will have easy access to the future nature trails connecting the community.
Future phases of development at Johnson Ranch will offer an estate section of lots that will range in size from the 85’ wide to 120’ wide lots that may be sold directly to the public. These acreage lots will also have the central water and wastewater that all of Johnson Ranch will enjoy. The panoramic views of the Cibolo Creek valley and the rolling hill country are visible from more than half of the home sites in Johnson Ranch. As you drive through the miles of land covered with massive oak trees, you can sense the passion the Johnson family had for their ranch by how well kept their grounds are. Unlike most developments in the hill country which are on well and septic water sources, Johnson Ranch will be served with central surface water from Canyon Lake (via GBRA) and a central wastewater treatment system. Electric and gas will be provided by CPS while GVTC will serve the community with its “Fiber-to-the-Home” technology for telephone, cable TV and high-speed Internet.