Within the growing area of Potranco and 151, Heritage Park is the largest subdivision in San Antonio not made up of smaller subdivisions. With 126 streets, 4280 housing units, and a population of approximately 12,000. Heritage could be considered a city in itself.
Bordered by Potranco Rd to the North, Marbach Rd to the South, Hunt Lane and Ingram Rd to the east, and the Park Place subdivision and Bexar County line to the West, Heritage provides access to some of the fastest growing areas of San Antonio.
With construction times spanning nearly four decades, the homes in Heritage are diverse. Affordable in nature, the homes in the community range in price from $75,000 to $150,000.
Within the community is a swimming facility, two tennis courts, a park, and a duck pond, which are maintained by the Heritage Neighborhood Association. Dedicated to strengthening the community, the association has helped to create a tightly knit neighborhood, earning numerous awards for the National Night Out program, to include the city wide NNO Award for 2010.
Given its location within the top-rated Northside Independent School District, children living in Heritage attend Ed Cody Elementary, E.M. Pease Middle School and Stevens High School. Area private schools include Sunnybrook Christian Academy and New Life Christian Academy.