Olmos Park Terrace is a historical subdivision located near Downtown San Antonio. Designated a local historic district in 2007 and 2008, Olmos Park Terrace is one of 31 acclaimed historic districts in San Antonio. Originally platted in 1931 by developer H.C. Thorman and the Northside Improvement Company, Olmos Park Terrace is full of primarily English stone cottages with shaded tree-lined streets.
If you love being outside, Olmos Park Terrace is an excellent neighborhood because Olmos Basin Park is right down the road. Olmos Basin Park offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy some fresh air and get out into nature, including trails, sports fields, a dog park, and more! Alamo Heights Bike Park and Alamo Heights Pool are also located nearby for those hot summer days.
Located about 10 minutes from Downtown San Antonio, many homeowners are drawn to Olmos Park Terrace because it’s an established neighborhood close to everything downtown has to offer without being right in the hustle and bustle of it all. There are also various amenities nearby, including:
Olmos Park Terrace is a wonderful neighborhood for military families because it’s close to JBSA Fort Sam Houston, Brooke Army Medical Center, and San Antonio International Airport.
Olmos Park Terrace is located in the Alamo Heights Independent School District, one of the top districts in the area. Young residents will likely attend the following schools:
Have questions about Olmos Park Terrace or want to learn more about the community? Contact Homefront United Realty Group today at 210-756-3553 or email us at homefrontunitedrealty.com for more information!
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