San Antonio Homes for Sale
San Antonio's downtown district, the center point of the city, is a popular destination for tourists, due to attractions such as the Alamo, Riverwalk, Tower of the Americas, and the Rivercenter Mall
The enclave cities of Alamo Heights and Terrell Hills are included in this area. This area also includes a large swath of Broadway from Mulberry to Loop 410. Inside this area is also Mahncke Park (the neighborhood and the park), the Witte Museum, Brackenridge Park, Botanical Gardens, San Antonio Zoo, San Antonio Country Club and Japanese Tea Gardens.
Midtown is one of the most historic areas of metro San Antonio, home to Temple Beth-El, the Pearl Brewery, Trinity University, and neighborhoods such as Five Points, Tobin Hill, Monte Vista Historical District, Alta Vista, Beacon Hill, University Hill, Trinity Height, and Olmos Park Terrace.
North Central is home to many small cities landlocked within the city of San Antonio. Some of these cities are the San Antonio CO-OP district, Castle Hills, Dellview, Hill Country Village, and Hollywood Park. The area also includes the upscale neighborhoods of Elm Creek, Inwood, Rogers Ranch, and Bentley Manor as well as the upper-middle class neighborhoods of Deerfield, Churchill Estates, Hunter's Creek, Oak Meadow, and Summerfield.
FAR NORTH CENTRAL
Far North Central is home to many of San Antonio's most luxurious homes. Such upscale master-planned communities in this area include Scenic Oaks, Sonterra, Canyon Springs and Stone Oak.
The northeast side is home to Randolph Air Force Base, Schertz, Converse, Universal City, Selma, Kirby, Windcrest, and Live Oak. Four school districts educate this side of town, including Judson ISD, Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD and North East ISD.
The northwest side of San Antonio is home to a wide range of neighborhoods, suburbs, and businesses unique to the Alamo City. The community is the location of the main campus of the University of Texas at San Antonio, the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, and the Northwest Campus of University of the Incarnate Word, which includes the Rosenberg School of Optometry.
Also located in northwest San Antonio is the Medical Center district, which is home to the South Texas Medical Center hospital and research district. The Medical Center is surrounded by neighorhoods including Bluemel, Oak Hills, Mockingbird Hill and Cinnamon Creek. Insurance and banking giant USAA is also headquartered in the area.
This area is located south of Downtown, south of Durango along South Presa/South Saint Mary's/South Alamo streets and, more recently, South Flores. Southtown includes the King William Historic District and the Lavaca neighborhood, as well as the warehouse and loft conversions of Blue Star Contemporary Art Center(On the first Friday of every month, Blue Star essentially acts as the hub of the downtown event known as First Friday) along South Flores/Probandt/Cevallos streets. Once labeled Texas' most eccentric neighborhood by Texas Monthly magazine, Southtown is known for its diverse community, art galleries, restaurants, and Victorian era homes
Home to Saint Paul Square, the Alamodome, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, the AT&T Center and its older neighbor, the Freeman Coliseum. Other northern cities include Windcrest, a northeastern suburb known for its extravagant Christmas light displays. The southeastern suburb of China Grove is located along US 87
The West side is home to the historic Our Lady of the Lake University, and St. Mary's University. The West side's historic Prospect Hill neighborhood, one of the first communities to be built in this area, is rich in history and is within the original 36 miles of downtown San Antonio.
FAR WEST SIDE
This is one of the fastest growing areas in Metropolitan San Antonio. A large part of this area is outside of the San Antonio city limits, but is served by Bexar County Government. Here you will find Sea World Texas, Northwest Vista College, QVC, Wachovia, CitiCorp and several other large employers.
The Far West subdivisions attract many military families who relocate from all over the US due to its close proximity to Lackland AFB. With new homes starting in the low to mid 100's, the area attracts many middle-class families and first time home buyers. Major roads include Loop 1604, State Highway 151, U.S. Highway 90, and Loop 410. Due to the recent real estate boom in the area, Christus Santa Rosa Westover Hills Hospital, numerous businesses including Kohl's, HEB Plus, and Super Wal-mart have moved in as well as many restaurant chains and other specialty stores to the new master planned community of Alamo Ranch.
|Alamo Heights||Alamo Ranch||Boerne|
|Boerne Stage||Brooks City-Base||Bulverde|
|Camp Bullis||Converse||Downtown San Antonio|
|East San Antonio||Fair Oaks Ranch||Fort Sam Houston|
|Garden Ridge||Grey Stone||Helotes|
|Hills & Dales||Hollywood Park||Kelly AFB|
|Kendall County||Lackland AFB||Live Oak|
|Medical Center||North San Antonio||Northwest San Antonio|
|Olmos Park||Randalph AFB||Seaworld|
|Schertz||Shavano Park||South San Antonio|
|South Central San Antonio||Southeast San Antonio||Southwest San Antonio|
|Stone Oak||The Dominion||Thousand Oaks|
|Universal City||UTSA||West San Antonio|
|Wildhorse||Wilson County||Search Map|