Originally a collection of grand homes in the midst of Mission San Antonio de Valero’s farmland, the King William neighborhood experienced a revitalization in the 1960s, showcasing architectural styles like Greek Revival, Victorian, and Italianate. A mixture of historic homes, shops, museums, and eateries, The King William Historic District offers a breath of fresh air to creatives all over town. The clean, stately manors and eclectic air of the King William neighborhood draw in professionals and married couples interested in something besides the classic suburb. Naturally, due to its location in the heart of the city, downtown attractions like the Alamo, the River Walk, and the Tower of the Americas are only a quick jaunt up the street.
Besides easy access to higher education like San Antonio College and Trinity University, King William is located within the San Antonio Independent School District. Serving grades pre-k through 12th grade, this vast district shapes the minds of over 50,000 students attending 99 schools. In the immediate King William neighborhood, students are zoned to Bonham Academy, Page Middle School, and Brackenridge High School; however, specialty magnet programs and schools throughout the city are available to students with specific interests or career paths.
From brand new, luxury condos to charming Victorian-era estates, King William offers nothing but the best. The historic streets are lined with plenty of architectural gems, many restored to their full glory. Due to the diverse home styles and conditions, properties can sell as low as $250,000 or stretch into the millions. The current median listing price is $512,000, and the price per square foot is $194.