Bridlegate Ranch
TEX

San Antonio, TX

#1 Apr 26, 2013
Think before Buy or Build at Bridlegate Ranch! First barns were approved and built with what looks like scrap materials, then a 200sf structure was built up the road from that. The "new architectural control committee" then approves this huge gorgeous home but halfway thru construction they decide they don't like how "tall" it is! Buyers be careful! When you visit your property, you will be watched, your comings and goings will be reported. EXTREME!
Do you really want to live in a community like this?
SHADOW

Bulverde, TX

#2 Apr 26, 2013
TEX wrote:
Think before Buy or Build at Bridlegate Ranch! First barns were approved and built with what looks like scrap materials, then a 200sf structure was built up the road from that. The "new architectural control committee" then approves this huge gorgeous home but halfway thru construction they decide they don't like how "tall" it is! Buyers be careful! When you visit your property, you will be watched, your comings and goings will be reported. EXTREME!
Do you really want to live in a community like this?
Interesting. It is what has been going around.
Well alot of posters on the old thread tried to tell buyers to watch out.
Then the posters that sound like they work for the subdivision started posting that everything was just fine.
They attack anyone who does not agree with them.
CTXBULL

Corpus Christi, TX

#3 May 19, 2013
Found the forum you mentioned and wrote this yesterday....
Please help! I just drove 5.5 hours round trip and spent 3+ hours on a Tour with many others at the Bridlegate ranch. It was OK but wasnt what I expected. I have seen various posted dating back to 2010 and wanted to see if ANY OWNERS can shed light on the values of the property are. I see 2.0 acres going for 59,900 to ????
Of course the 59,900 are no trees, even the ones with one of two oaks and a few Cedars (oh yea) are at 69,900. Thanks for your response
and....
I will certainly look around and appreciate the feedback. Actually looking for a place to hunt rather that just retire or a weekend getaway and Bridlegate certainly wasn't the place for that, hunting I mean. Another concern I had other above the $30,000 per acre, yes that is nuts, is the fact that there are only a few homes that are built and one has to ask, "why?". The passel of sales people, from all over the country as we caravanned around the property, said there were only 30 lots left!! I have experienced the HOA that reverted back to a few for the costs of upkeep and I DONT want to go through that again. I will continue to search and still will monitor here to see what other comments occur. thanks

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