Kingsbury is a small unincorporated community located in Guadalupe County, Texas, with a population of approximately 800 people. The community covers an area of around 6 square miles and is situated approximately 20 miles northeast of San Antonio.
The demographics of Kingsbury are predominantly White, with a small percentage of Hispanic and African American residents. The median household income in Kingsbury is around $60,000, which is slightly higher than the national average.
The housing market in Kingsbury is relatively affordable, with an average home price of around $200,000. The property tax rate in Kingsbury is also moderate compared to other cities in the region, which is around 1.8%.
Kingsbury offers a quiet, rural lifestyle with various outdoor recreational activities, such as hunting, fishing, and hiking. The community is located near several state parks, including Palmetto State Park and Gonzales Memorial Museum.
The schools in Kingsbury are part of the Seguin Independent School District, which is responsible for providing education to students in the region. The district comprises several schools, including the Seguin High School and the Jim Barnes Middle School.
For more information about Kingsbury, residents and visitors can contact the Guadalupe County Chamber of Commerce or the Guadalupe County government offices.