Hill Country Village is a close-knit enclave of San Antonio located in Bexar County. Hill Country Village is known for its beautiful mansions, mature trees, and generous acreage. With a population of 1,114 (as of 2019) and 2.2 square miles of land, Hill Country Village is the 7th wealthiest location in Texas by per capita income.
Residents of Hill Country Village love the small-town, rural feel it offers, which is why it’s ranked as one of the best cities to live in in Texas. Due to the city’s size, residents can walk to many local restaurants, coffee shops, parks, businesses, and more. Although it feels like Hill Country Village is miles from the city, US Highway 281 is a 5-minute drive, offering easy access to San Antonio and other nearby cities.
Hill Country Village is zoned in the highly-ranked North East Independent School District, with children likely attending Hidden Forest Elementary School, Bradley Middle School, and Churchill High School. All three schools are a quick drive from Hill Country Village. Because Hill Country Village is an enclave, it also has its own police department, adding to the overall security and safety of the area.
Hill Country Village is located near four Air Force facilities, making it a popular location for the military. Best Places.net ranked Hill Country Village 5th for Best Place for Military Retirees and 7th for Best Cities After Military Service. In addition, the San Antonio Airport is a 10-minute drive, and residents can enjoy fun amenities like the San Antonio Zoo and San Antonio Riverwalk.
Homes in Hill Country Village are known to be much larger and more expensive than homes in other neighborhoods of San Antonio. The median home value is $933,500 compared to the national median, which is $244,900.
Take a look at what homes are for sale in the neighborhood here. If you’re curious about Hill Country Village or want to learn more about the area, reach out to our team today! We would love to answer any questions you may have!
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