T I F F A N Y  S T E V E N S


One of the best things about living in San Antonio is that it is truly a family friendly city.  From restaurants to parks to school choices, San Antonio offers a wonderful environment in which to raise children.  San Antonio is also a very large city, and there are many different areas of town, each with its own distinct personality.

So whether you are new to San Antonio and trying to decide in which area of town to settle or a current San Antonian who is curious about different areas of town, I hope you enjoy this video guide to neighborhoods in San Antonio.


My San Antonio video tours allow you to explore top San Antonio neighborhoods without ever leaving your home.  Each San Antonio video overs essential information about each neighborhood.


Over the last few years, North Central San Antonio has expanded at a rapid pace. A wealth of new shopping, dining and entertainment options have popped up and there is more to do on this side of the Alamo City than ever before.

Among the recent developments, you’ll find established neighborhoods – usually boasting traditional-style architecture. The residences in these communities enjoy easy access to major thoroughfares and large employers, including USAA, Valero and the University of Texas at San Antonio.


Ensuring a desirable suburban lifestyle, Stone Oak is home to many gated communities, golf courses and upscale shopping centers.

Many of the residences in the area are recently built and the newly completed interchange between US-281 and Loop 1604 makes Stone Oak easily accessible from various parts of San Antonio. Combining modern amenities and tradition, Stone Oak offers every necessity, comfort and luxury.

A lifestyle near the I-10 corridor ensures that shopping, dining, grocery stores, entertainment and attractions are always just mere minutes away.

Stretching from the vibrant downtown area, to the quaint town of Boerne, there is a place to suite everyone’s needs along the I-10 corridor.


Alamo Heights is surrounded by beauty, character and charm. The homes you’ll find here are diverse, from lovely cottages to extraordinary manors. This unique city is a home-rule municipality and is dedicated to creating and maintaining its infrastructure and excellent city services. Alamo Heights is in a perfect location, just 4.5 miles north of downtown San Antonio and near many shopping amenities.

Find yourself close to the Alamo Quarry Market, Quarry Village, Lincoln Heights Shopping Center, HEB’s Central Market, adorable specialty boutiques and more for you and your family. Alamo Heights is also known for its top-rated school district.


Known for its prestige, Terrell Hills is one of San Antonio’s “Tri-cities” – the others being Alamo Heights and Olmos Park. The municipality is located roughly five miles northeast of downtown and is home to some of the most notable estates around.

From grand historic residences and wonderfully remodeled Mid-century Modern homes, Terrell Hills properties tend offer great curb appeal and even better amenities.


The Monte Vista Historic District is located slightly north of downtown San Antonio. Characterized by distinguished architecture, the community offers roughly 100 city blocks of residences from the early 20th century including Classical Revival, Tudor, Spanish Eclectic, Queen Anne, and Craftsman-style houses.

Monte Vista residents value quality, preservation and neighborhood involvement. Various events and meet-ups are held throughout the year to encourage residents to meet their neighbors and keep the cohesive community strong.