This is one of the most eclectic neighborhoods in the Wimberley area because of the mix of old and new, simple and elegant. You have “old Wimberley” stone cabins, new Mediterranean, Santa Fe, and Texas Hill Country style architecture. It also has a large private water park on the Blanco River only available to the home owners. At the top of Paradise Hills, there are some of the best views in all of Wimberley. Paradise Valley is the lower section of the subdivision and offers homes on the Blanco River. Scroll down for additional information.
The Best Thing about Paradise Hills and Paradise Valley
VIEWS AND WATER! The water park is a green belt that runs between all the homes on the river and the river itself. That is a lot of space to play in this beautiful clear limestone bottom river! The neighborhood is quiet and peaceful as there is no outlet for through traffic. It has natural hill country look with many varieties of trees and wildlife. You are very close to all the action in Wimberley; shopping, schools, The Coral,Market Days and restaurants. Click here for stats about Paradise Hills and Paradise Valley.
Where is Paradise Hills and Paradise Valley?
Driving on South on Ranch Road 12, after the Wimberley Square, cross the Blanco River turn left on Valley Drive for entry into this subdivision.