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.
Incorporated in 1952, when residents became aware that San Antonio was preparing to annex the area, Leon Valley is centrally located off Bandera Road between Loops 1604 and 410. Made up of approximately 3.5 square miles, Leon Valley is a well-known area and an excellent place for families to live with a strong sense of community.
Greystone Country Estates is a prestigious guard-gated community in North Central San Antonio. Located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country between Camp Bullis and Blanco Rd, this community is the best of both worlds. Greystone Country Estates is one of San Antonio’s best-kept secrets, known for its high-end custom estates, private acreage lots, and stunning views.
Champions Park, a wonderful master-planned community, is located on the west side of San Antonio near the intersection of Loop 1604 and Hwy 90. Champions Park is 15 minutes from JBSA-Lackland and SeaWorld San Antonio and 20-30 minutes from JBSA San Antonio – Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio International Airport, and Downtown San Antonio.
Cinco Lakes is a family-friendly neighborhood located on the west side of San Antonio in Bexar County. Residents can enjoy a country setting with easy access to Loop 1604 and Hwy 90, for the best of both worlds! Minutes away from Loop 410, this neighborhood is less than 15 minutes from JBSA-Lackland and Medina Training Annex and 20-30 minutes from JBSA San Antonio – Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio International Airport, and Downtown San Antonio.