Immaculate 3-2-2 single story in popular NE area off Bulverde Rd, just outside 1604, Area has own elementary school and middle school. Open floor plan, eat-in kitchen w/ ...
Listing courtesy of Jessica DeLaRosa from Redbird Realty LLC
3BR / 2.5BA home in the secluded gated community of Summerfield. Beautifully updated with rich wood flooring, farmhouse white cabinets, neutral granite counters, and new...
Listing courtesy of James Overson from JP & Associates, REALTORS
Picturesque views of the San Antonio skyline! Lock-and-Leave meets modern design and well-appointed finish-outs to include stained concrete flooring; wood staircases w/st...
Listing courtesy of Michelle Ryan from Keller Williams City-View
Natural sunlight light fills 3 bed 2 1/2 bath home in Northwest Crossing with no carpet downstairs. All bedrooms are located upstairs and master bedroom to include a mast...
Listing courtesy of Enrique Serrano from REAL Broker, LLC
This meticulously maintained, brick single story features charming curb appeal and lush landscaping has been lovingly owned by the same family since the 60s and pride of ...
Listing courtesy of Lisa Martinez from Coldwell Banker D'Ann Harper
Nicely maintained home in a great location, just minutes away from Alamo Ranch and local entertainment. This home offers an oversized master with walk-in closet. the op...
Listing courtesy of David Avila from Xsellence Realty
Calling all investors and fixer uppers. This convenient single story is a great investment and ready for an owner with a vision. Short drive to downtown San Antonio, St. ...
Listing courtesy of Joed Tague from Coldwell Banker D'Ann Harper
Move in ready. Whether you're first time home buyer or an investor this could be the home for you. Newer roof. HVAC replaced in 2018. Many upgrades. This one will definit...
Listing courtesy of Jeffery Shaffer from BHGRE Homecity
Fantastic one story home that backs to a greenbelt, nestled in a quiet Cul-de-sac beautifully landscaped with a mature trees. This home has it all, a great floor plan tha...
Listing courtesy of Sonia Perez-Olivares from Keller Williams City-View
Adorable, move-in ready, 4 BR/2.5 BA, 2312 sq ft home in Tausch Farms at Wildhorse. Meticulously maintained, this newer 2-story offers Master Suite downstairs w/ garden t...
Listing courtesy of Tammy Cooper from RE/MAX North-San Antonio
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Not finding what you like in San Antonio? There are plenty of nearby cities that combine a great value with a lifestyle that fits around you and your family.
Here are the top five best suburbs of San Antonio, according to real estate experts.
Alamo Heights: Alamo Heights is an affluent incorporated city that is surrounded by the city of San Antonio. It is known for its all-star restaurant lineup and provides a diverse nightlife that young and old residents alike can enjoy.
Helotes: Helotes is located 25 miles northwest of San Antonio and described by city officials as a “vibrant community boasting a flourishing economy and a high quality of life.” It is home to the John T. Floores County Store, which has attracted many top musical artists such as Elvis Presley and B.B. King, and is considered by many to be the musical “birthplace” and Willie Nelson.
Boerne: Boerne was named after Jewish German author Karl Ludwig Borne and boasts a proud German heritage. It’s home to Enchanted Springs Ranch, where 183 films have been shot to date, and prides itself on its Hill Country landscape.
Terrell Hills: Terrell Hills is considered to be one of the safest suburbs in the Greater San Antonio area and prides itself on its education, housing and community. It was also ranked as one of the most expensive suburbs in the U.S., with home prices averaging $1.32 million.
New Braunfels: Also known for its rich German heritage, New Braunfels is a popular tourist destination located 32 miles outside of San Antonio. The town is home to the annual Wurstfest festival, also known as a “Ten-Day Salute to Sausage.” Visitors can also cool off at Schlitterbahn Waterpark or float the Guadalupe River.
San Antonio was recently declared one of the best markets in the United States by real estate experts and ranks as the 11th most buyer-friendly housing market in the country. The median home value in San Antonio is $192,800, and homes stay on the market for an average of 77 days.
San Antonio has a population of 1.3 million people and is the second-largest city in Texas, behind Houston. Despite its size, San Antonio’s cost of living is more affordable than the other big cities in Texas, such as Dallas and Austin, and is 14% below the national average.
“Alamo City” is home to, well, the Alamo, the River Walk and the San Antonio Spurs. It was the third-fastest growing large city in the United States from 2015 and 2016 and has cultivated its own unique personality with beautiful scenery, a substantial food scene and diverse population.
Discovered by four college students in 1960, Natural Bridge Caverns consists of two miles of stalagmites, stalactites and chandeliers that are tucked under a 60-foot bridge of natural limestone and situated 180 feet underground. Visitors can check out the first half mile of the beautiful and mysterious caverns in the Discovery Tour, which is highly recommended by tourists and locals alike.
Brackenridge Park is an outdoor sanctuary in the heart of the city that dates back as early as 9,200 B.C., thanks to Native American artifacts. The 343-acre park features the San Antonio Zoo, a golf trail, Japanese tea gardens and the Sunken Garden.
After the Pearl Brewing Company closed its doors in the 1990s, the area where it once resided was transformed into a picturesque community gathering space that now bustles with events such as the Farmers Market and concerts. The trendy shops that surround the area also offer unique entertainment.
The San Antonio Missions span the San Antonio River for several miles and are part of a UNESCO world heritage site. While the Alamo is the most famous of the missions, the city is also home to Missions Concepcion, San Jose, San Juan and Espada. Visitors and locals often bike the Mission Reach Trail to visit each location along the 15-mile trek.