Welcome to Alamo Heights
Charming, historically significant community with a prime location and beautiful tree-lined streets
Travel north of central San Antonio to find the historically significant Alamo Heights, home to some of the city's wealthiest residents. With its premier location north of downtown San Antonio, Alamo Heights is home to a collection of family-friendly attractions, fantastic shopping centers, quaint cottage districts, and several upscale eateries.
Centrally located, Alamo Heights is easily accessible, surrounded by several major highways, business centers, and the airport. Alamo Heights is a great place to live for people who regularly commute to the neighboring business districts. The city encompasses an assortment of historic grand homes spread out along beautiful tree-lined streets. Families are attracted to the welcoming community and top-rated public schools.
What to Love
● Charming tree-lined streets
● Several well-maintained parks
● Top-rated public schools
● Historical significance
● Tight-knit community
● Central location
People & Lifestyle
Alamo Heights is one of the best suburbs in San Antonio for young professionals, retirees, and families. This active, lively community is always busy with family-oriented events and activities. Alamo Heights is a charming, developed environment including numerous housing options ranging from cozy cottages to luxurious manors.
Alamo Heights is a standout suburb among the many San Antonio districts because of its higher education rate, home values, and dense suburban feel. One of the most robust attractors to the area is the welcoming, active community. Throughout the year, the neighborhood hosts many events, including parades, runs, and holiday celebrations. A vibrant, bustling hub of activity, Alamo Heights is the perfect place to live life to the fullest while surrounded by an abundance of natural beauty and convenient amenities.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Residents are attracted to Alamo Heights because its many early 20th-century homes are brimming with character and nestled close to downtown and cultural institutions like the McNay Art Museum
and the Witte Museum
. McNay Art is the first modern art museum in Texas, and the Witte is a natural history museum with long-term exhibits educating visitors on Texas heritage.
Broadway, the main street running through Alamo Heights, is dotted with couture boutiques and upscale grocery stores like HEB
and Whole Foods
Locals love the many fine-dining establishments like Cappy’s
, Paloma Blanca
, and SILO Elevated Cuisine
. Cappy’s is known for serving fresh seasonal seafood, regional specials, prime steaks, and New American fare. SILO is a charming bistro known for its bar and brunch. If you love Mexican food, there’s no better spot in the area than Paloma Blanca, which has elevated upmarket menu options that include gluten-free and paleo selections.
Things to Do
Alamo Heights is zoned to the acclaimed Alamo Heights Independent School District. Schools include Cambridge Elementary, Woodridge Elementary, Alamo Heights Junior School, and Alamo Heights High School. There are also several prestigious private schools in the area, such as Keystone School, St. Mary’s Hall, Incarnate Word High School, and St. Anthony Catholic High School.