A community of several gated neighborhoods (The Heights I and II of Inwood, the Hollow of Inwood, Inwood Forest, Inwood Village, Inwood Place, and The Estates of Inwood), Inwood is an esteemed community located in far north central San Antonio. Spanning from the Bitters/Huebner intersection, up Bitters Road to Loop 1604, Inwood has close access to major highways, including 1604, IH-10 and Hwy 281. Due to the extremely accessible location, some of the San Antonio’s premier shopping (The Rim at La Cantera, The Shops at La Cantera, Huebner Oaks), entertainment (The Palladium, Six Flags Fiesta Texas), and dining, (Wildfish, Cover 3, Chama Gaucha, Stonewerks, Ounce Steakhouse, Bigz Burger Joint) destinations are within 10 minutes.
Amenities for residents of Inwood include secure, limited access gates, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a playground, tennis courts, and an outdoor basketball court. The Estates of Inwood employs a 24-hour guard at the entrance gate, with a patrol provided during various nighttime hours to patrol the community.
Located within both the Northside Independent School District and the North East Independent School District, children residing in Inwood have access to some of the district’s most celebrated schools. While elementary students are zoned to attend the high-achieving Patricia Blattman or Huebner Elementary Schools, older students attend Rawlinson or Bradley Middle Schools and Clark and Churchill High Schools.
Due to the variety of housing stock across the neighborhoods of Inwood, home styles and prices range greatly. While it is possible to find homes starting at $250k in a few neighborhoods, it is not uncommon to find homes upwards of $1 million. Overall, the average price across all of the neighborhoods hovers in the mid to upper $400k range.