San Antonio is home to some of Texas’ most historic landmarks, including El Mercado, Missions National Historical Park, and The Alamo. It is also the perfect melting pot of cultures. If you looking for a new home in the San Antonio area but don’t know where to begin, check out these planned communities!
The Esperanza community is located just outside of San Antonio in Boerne, Texas. Over one dozen homes designs made with mission-style stones and Spanish tiles await new occupants in this charming community. Residents love the water center (complete with their own lazy river) and access to parks and bike and walking trails. Families looking for schools will be happy to find an elementary, middle, and high school located less than five miles away from home.
If you are looking to settle in San Antonio’s Hill Country, check out Johnson Ranch located in Bulverde. These neighborhoods, both gated and non-gated, offer unique houses that start in the upper $200s. Families will find that they are only minutes from schools in the well-performing Comal Independent School Districts. Residents looking for outdoor activities will find a 5-acre amenity park equipped with a swimming pool, an indoor and outdoor pavilion, a playground, and a sport court. For a peaceful walk, check out the nature trail with a view of the Cibolo Creek Valley.
The homes in Meyer Ranch are located in charming New Braunfels, Texas. With over five builders and 700 acres of land, these neighborhoods have everything you could want in a new community. Meyer Ranch promises naturally inviting surroundings that are perfect for gathering with family, friends, and neighbors. Residents have access to an amphitheater and pavilion for concerts and farmer’s markets, as well as nearby parks and playgrounds. In the future, Meyer Ranch plans to add even more amenities such as a pool and splash pad area, butterfly gardens, camping areas, and large sports & recreation fields. These neighborhoods are also part of Comal ISD.
Vintage Oaks in New Braunfels, Texas has many neighborhoods to find your perfect home. These single-family homes range from sitting on small lots to multiple acres of land. Residents of these neighborhoods never find themselves tired of their surroundings as they are right in beautiful Hill Country. They also have access to a lovely pool area, their own lazy river, a fitness club, sports facilities, picnic areas, and maintained walking trails.
Homestead community in Schertz, Texas has many floor plans for you to choose from. Starting in the $200s, these homes are bound to make an impression. These neighborhoods are located in the Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District (SCUCISD), giving families plenty of options for schools. Schertz is between San Antonio and New Braunfels, so residents find themselves surrounded with city life while still able to hide away from the hustle and bustle. In the neighborhood, residents can relax by the pool, exercise in the gym, walk on the trails or play with their furry friends in the pet park!
Located to the east of San Antonio in Converse, Texas, Horizon Pointe neighborhoods consist of over 1,300 single-family lots with more than 20 floor plans to choose from. This community is zoned to Judson ISD, and high school students have access to both Wagner and Judson High School. Residents can relax at the community pool or spend an afternoon playing in the park. Horizon Pointe is also commuter friendly, as it is close to Loop 1604, Interstate 35 and Interstate 10.
Cibolo Canyon is located right at the center of the Hill Country, minutes away from downtown San Antonio and within driving of both San Marcos and Austin. This community offers over one dozen home plans with builders who promise impeccable quality. The neighborhood provides activities for everyone, including swimming pools, parks, sports facilities, and walking trails. Families have two options for school districts, North East Independent School District (NEISD) and Judson Independent School District (JISD).
Jessi Gonzalez writes on the topics of home-buying, home decor, and home-ownership for New Home Source. She has a degree from Coastal Bend College and is currently enrolled in the English degree program at Texas A&M Corpus Christi.