Welcome to Alamo Heights
A cozy neighborhood brimming with charm.
Situated just minutes from San Antonio (just off of Highway 281) is the quaint city of Alamo Heights. Suburban and cozy, the area’s neighborhoods deliver an unmatched sense of peace and comfort. Alamo Heights borders a large natural space that contains the Olmos Soccer Fields, the Olmos Basin Park Trailhead, and Headwaters Sanctuary. It is also minutes from the San Antonio Zoo as well as the San Antonio Country Club.
Prospective home buyers love this city for its convenience and character. Houses here are anything but cookie-cutter and have an abundance of charm. You can easily find properties that meet a wide range of budgets. There are fantastic starter homes as well as luxurious properties with all the latest features.
What to Love
- Close to major San Antonio attractions
- Comfortable and cozy vibe
- Top-rated schools
- Ample space for outdoor recreation
Seeking a relaxed place to relocate near San Antonio? Alamo Heights is an outstanding choice. Not only do residents live near top schools, restaurants, stores, and other businesses, but they are also close to wide expanses of green space. Even though the city is so close to San Antonio, it has an abundance of parks, trails, and other nature spots. As soon as you relocate, you’ll feel right at home in Alamo Heights.
Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping
Around Alamo Heights, there are several spots to find the city’s best shopping and dining experiences. Head to either Basse Road or Broadway for nearly all of your daily needs and wants.
Going shopping? Near Alamo Heights, you can find a plethora of stores at the Alamo Quarry Market shopping complex. Frequent upscale retailers such as Nordstrom Rack, Whole Foods Market, Kendra Scott, SEPHORA, Ulta Beauty, and Pottery Barn. In this same complex, you can also browse what’s new at Michaels, Trader Joe’s, Francesca’s, and Old Navy. The Alamo Heights Farmers Market is also held on-site every Sunday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
On Broadway, there is a fantastic selection of both restaurants and retailers. If you’re getting hungry, sample the menu offerings at Mon’s Thai Bistro & Sushi Bar, The Broadway 50 50, Cappy’s Restaurant, The Winchester, and la Madeleine French Bakery & Cafe. Other dining highlights in town include Paloma Blanca Mexican Cuisine, Ida Claire, and Alamo City Market. Notable stores along Broadway include Antiques at Broadway, Satel’s (men’s clothing boutique), and Central Market gourmet grocery.
Things to Do
Outdoor recreation abounds throughout Alamo Heights. Whether you enjoy hiking, playing sports, or simply soaking in nature, there is so much to do and see.
On the western edge of Alamo Heights, locals can walk or drive to an expansive green space that features every kind of recreation experience you could want. Take the morning, afternoon, or entire day to explore the Olmos Basin Park Trailhead, Brackenridge Park, Headwater Sanctuary, Olmos Soccer Fields, the Alamo Heights Bark Park, Judson Nature Trails, and the Japanese Tea Garden.
Upon relocating to Alamo Heights, parents can effortlessly find quality schools for their children, from pre-K to 12th grade.
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