3 Great Neighborhoods for Families in South San Antonio

3 Great Neighborhoods for Families in South San Antonio

South San Antonio is a diverse, vibrant part of the city with many great neighborhoods to choose from for your first or next home. When raising a family, it’s essential to consider the type of neighborhood you want your children to grow up in. There are many factors that make a great family-friendly neighborhood, such as proximity to schools, safety, culture, diversity, and housing affordability. With these factors in mind, here are some of the wonderful neighborhoods in South San Antonio where you can raise your family.

Mission del Lago Mission del Lago
The rich history, pleasant neighbors, and convenient access to shopping and services at the city’s edge where Mission del Lago can be found makes San Antonio’s Southside an appealing place to live. Mission del Lago is a dynamic community with quiet streets where friendly neighbors wave hello from their porches. They know each other by name and enjoy walking together for exercise, chatting with each other about everyday life, and attending local events. The fastest-expanding neighborhood of Mission del Lago has more than 1,000 residents who appreciate the contrast of peaceful surroundings and easy access to the heart of San Antonio. Families love going to the Mission del Lago golf course, which sprawls directly through the center of the community and features a beautiful lake. If you are looking for a charming community with modern amenities, consider living in the Mission del Lago neighborhood of South San Antonio.

Southtown San Antonio

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Southtown
Southtown is one of San Antonio’s oldest neighborhoods and is located just south of downtown. The neighborhood has a funky, artsy vibe and is popular with young professionals and artists. Southtown is also home to many families who appreciate the walkability of the neighborhood and its proximity to downtown and other trendy neighborhoods. Southtown is a great neighborhood for raising kids because there are great schools nearby and plenty of outdoor activities for them to do. Residents and visitors alike enjoy Southtown’s shopping boutiques, delicious eateries, and spending time walking around to observe the beautiful murals that adorn the walls of many buildings and art galleries. The beauty and charm of Southtown is still relatively “undiscovered” by many, so it’s never overly crowded. You always feel like you have a little bit of the neighborhood to yourself with a genuine community connection. If you are looking for a trendy neighborhood that is also family-friendly, look no further than the artsy vibe of Southtown.

Family at the table at home

VIDA
Nestled on San Antonio’s Southside, you’ll find VIDA— one of the city’s newest neighborhoods that will become a 600-acre regional hub for education, health and community. VIDA will soon be home to thousands of residents that will live in a vibrant mix of apartments, townhomes and student housing steps away from Texas A&M – San Antonio and Palo Alto College. It’s town center, known as the Zocalo, will include shops, restaurants, and areas of entertainment that can all be walked to in a pedestrian-friendly community. The surrounding 35+ acres of greenway trails and parks will provide opportunities for biking and hiking through nature. From apartments to townhomes to single-family homes, you can find various living options for your family to fit any lifestyle.

So, what are you waiting for? Raise your family in one of these great neighborhoods today and enjoy all that San Antonio and its surrounding area have for you to make memories together.

Sources:

https://www.missiondellago.net/

https://www.extraspace.com/blog/moving/city-guides/best-neighborhoods-in-san-antonio-for-families/

https://www.pods.com/blog/2021/08/san-antonio-neighborhoods/

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