Some of San Antonio’s seasonal residents- especially from Monterrey and Mexico City purchase Stone Oak real estate. They consider it the perfect place for a second home. The area has many gated subdivisions and great shopping and dining options for year round and seasonal residents.
There are many popular options for Stone Oak real estate. The Vineyards, Rogers Ranch, Canyon Springs, Heights at Stone Oak, Big Springs, Bulverde Village, Mountain Lodge, Summerglen are just to name a few! Looking for a home- large or small- Stone Oak and the far north area of San Antonio have one that will fit the bill!
Stone Oak is an affluent master-planned, deed restricted, multi-use development in far north central San Antonio, Texas, USA. Stone Oak is north of Loop 1604 and west of 281. The district is known for its gated-communities, 24 hour security, and well landscaped medians. For privacy, many of Stone Oak’s communities are gated and fiercely guarded . The area has many large and small shopping centers catering to the residents’ needs. The Dominion, Alamo Heights, Olmos Park, Terrell Hills, Hill Country Village, Monte Vista, and Stone Oak round out San Antonio’s top affluent neighborhoods. Stone Oak is also home to the Canyon Springs Golf Club.
Before the 2007-2008 opening of Lopez Middle School, 2006-2007 opening of Wilderness Oak Elementary and Canyon Ridge Elementary School, the entire Stone Oak area was served under Barbara Bush Middle School, Stone Oak Elementary, Hardy Oak Elementary, and Ronald Reagan High School. During the fastest growth times which was 2002 to 2007, Barbara Bush Middle School and nearby elementary schools grew tremendously and was severely overcrowded. According to statistics, Barbara Bush Middle School was considered the fastest growing middle school in the San Antonio area along with Driscoll Middle School and Tejeda Middle School. The schools became so overcrowded that Barbara Bush Middle School, Ronald Reagan High School, Hardy Oak Elementary, and Stone Oak Elementary schools were capped. Therefore, to relieve this growth North East Independent School District opened Wilderness Oak Elementary, Canyon Ridge Elementary, Lopez Middle School, and Lady Bird Johnson High School.