Welcome to Mustang Valley
Classic Hill Country hot spot for new homes
One of Wimberley's newest subdivisions flecked with trees and well-maintained sports courts, a pavilion, artificial lakes, and underground utilities, Mustang Valley sits close to all the excitement and bustle of town while maintaining a bucolic atmosphere seamlessly interspersed with modern-day conveniences.
Like the rest of Wimberley, the oaks and cedars of this neighborhood were once wandered through by Native Americans who called the area home before the arrival of the Spanish, who ultimately established their grist and flour mills, laying claim to Wimberley's population and natural treasures.
Today, a stroll through Mustang Valley is sure to delight you with spectacular custom homes touched with impressive finishes, from villa-style residences on 5-acre lots to ranch homes nestled amidst shady trees and sprawling green spaces. 2019 and 2020 brought the first residential resales in the neighborhood, and average and median sale prices are expected to rise in the coming years — several homes raked in millions in 2021 alone.
What to Love
- The Wimberley Playhouse
- Jacob's Well, The Blue Hole, Blanco River, Cypress Creek
- Picturesque ranches, fabulous theatres, quaint gift shops, and cozy eateries
People & Lifestyle
Mustang Valley is popular with young families and nature lovers seeking the peace and quiet of a scenic neighborhood that’s served by an excellent school district.
This is the neighborhood you settle in if you're looking for the perfect place to have a house specially designed for you with guaranteed 100% involvement in the home building process. Mustang Valley is the ideal spot hidden far from the hectic pace of city life, yet near enough to all the conveniences and fun you'll find in town.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
From restaurants with stunning views to diners playing live music and small vintage shops offering spectacular gift items, you've got a wealth of options to pick from in Wimberley.
Want a snug dinner under a shady oak as you listen to local musicians? Linda Allens
is the place for you. Craving fancy sandwiches or a steaming bowl of soup? The Leaning Pear
has you covered. You can also order their delectable crab cake or a hearty slice of wood-fired pizza. The entire menu is prepared with locally sourced ingredients to foster a healthier community.
Things to Do
Whether you're the daring, adventurous type or you’re content with sitting on a park bench taking in the wonders of your surroundings, you're in the right place because Wimberley's got something for everyone.
Take a stroll through the brightly lit halls of the Wildflower Art Gallery
off Ranch Road to take in the colorful, bold acrylic wildflower paintings and more! You can also go on a Taste of the Hill Wine Tour
with your neighbors and friends or join the community bustle on market day to pick up some great items from a friendly vendor's booth.
And what's living in a rural Texas neighborhood without a thrilling equestrian ride? Explore the shores of canyon lake or Wimberley's ranch trails on horseback with expert instructors from Horseback Adventures of Central Texas
and feel the wind in your face as you ride through the hills.
Mustang Valley is served by the Wimberley Independent School District, home to a number of excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include: