Tranquil countryside charm with easy access to town.

Welcome to Saddleridge

Tranquil countryside charm with easy access to town
Flanked by ancient oak forests and sprawling cedar fields, Saddleridge sits exactly 12 miles east of San Marcos and four miles south of the bustle, shopping, and entertainment of Wimberley Square. This tranquil neighborhood boasts over 200 multi-acre homesites, and many lots are completed or in active development.
This village is the prime retreat for retirees and all who seek refuge from the hectic pace of neighboring metroplexes. As a Wimberley subdivision, Saddleridge was once home to native Americans before the arrival of Spanish explorers looking for gold until they ultimately staked a claim to its many natural treasures. 
Today, Saddleridge brims with well-built single-family residences on 2-acre lots featuring lush gardens shaded by oaks to 10-acre farmhouses offering sweeping views of the valley or custom homes with spacious carports seamlessly sculpted into a paradise of greenery. Homes in this neighborhood typically range from $390k to a little above $500k.

What to Love


People & Lifestyle

Saddleridge is ideal for anyone seeking an affluent countryside abode that's a mere walk away from the amenities of town. 
It’s the perfect place for young workers who need an easy commute to San Marcos or families and retirees who desire exquisite eateries while reveling in the charm of their rural residence.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

You can't beat the amazing dining options available to residents of Saddleridge. From top-notch eateries and stores at Wimberley Square to vibrant entertainment in the bustling downtowns of neighboring cities, Saddleridge locals have got the best of both worlds.
Dine-in or order takeaway for a savory meal featuring picks from a classic menu at Shamrock Tacos or nestle into a cozy seat at Sugar Shack Bakery's stone-clad cottage for a hearty cinnamon roll or buttery chocolate-filled croissant accompanied by hot tea or iced orange juice.
Craving traditional Texas BBQ? Stop by at Creekside Cookers BBQ & Bar for the crispiest, juiciest pecan-smoked chicken wings or brisket and seasoned steak. You can even have a salad, burger, or BBQ sandwich off their menu. What about a chicken fried steak at Hays City Store or a quiet place in the corner to sip a refreshing, world-class cocktail at Longleaf before retiring to your cozy residence?

Things to Do

Haunted drives, scenic trails, pleasant waters — Wimberley's got all of it.
Get on a road trip through the Devil's Backbone for stunning Hill Country views and a lush picnic area to pull over at. Residents whisper about mysterious sightings of Native Americans, ranchers, and even Confederate soldiers on this drive, but we don't know how true that is!
Starting July 5, you might want to take your kids to experience Shakespeare Under the Stars at the popular EmilyAnn Theatre, where they can learn how to design film sets, play with wardrobe styles and act out exciting roles! 
Wimberley sure knows how to enjoy the magic of starlight, so nighttime fun doesn't end at Shakespeare! Join the neighborhood for a first-run movie at the quaint, outdoor Corral Theatre, right under a star-speckled sky. Don't forget to bring that comfortable lawn chair because the seats here fill up pretty fast. There's an amazing concession stand for crunchy popcorn too.
You can also take out your mountain bike and ride with friends down the scenic Winters Mill Hike and Bike Trail or submerge your body in the cool waters of Cypress Creek to get away from all that summer heat.


Saddleridge is served by Wimberley Independent School District and San Marcos ISD, both of which are home to a number of excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
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