Located in northwest Bexar County, about 12 miles north of downtown San Antonio, Shavano Park is often called an “ideal location” because of its boundaries of Loop 1604 to the north, Huebner Road to the south, Lockhill Selma to the west, and Salado Creek to the east. Known for its excellent schools, high safety rating, accessible location, and beautiful homes, Shavano Park is an extremely desirable area in San Antonio.
An incorporated city, Shavano Park maintains its own water system, provides emergency services, a police force, street maintenance, public works, code enforcement, building inspections, municipal court, and twice a year brush and bulky item pick-up.
Home to over 3,000 residents, Shavano Park is composed of multiple small, gated, neighborhoods including Huntington, Willow Wood, and Bentley Manor, along with several non-gated, well-established neighborhoods including Willow Wood and The Woods of Shavano. Additionally, Shavano Park presents a variety of multi-family housing, offering a large number of apartments and condos.
Boasting some of San Antonio’s most luxurious homes, neighborhoods in Shavano Park such as Bently Manor and Huntington offer custom homes ranging in price from $800k to well over $2 million. Though the area is known for higher housing prices, it is not uncommon to find homes starting at $300k.
Served by the acclaimed Northside Independent School District, children who live in Shavano Park are zoned to attend some of the highest rated schools in the district. Specifically, elementary aged children attend Patricia Blattman Elementary, while older children attend Rawlinson Middle School and Clark Highschool.