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San Antonio Neighborhood Guide

You will fall in love with the Southwestern charm of San Antonio. With a bountiful supply of great real estate and good restaurants, there is a lot to keep you busy and active. For those that love the great outdoors and being close to amenities, there are many choices in a whole range of price points.

The cost of retirement also depends on your current and future needs. It is always advisable for seniors to plan on increased expenses as they age and need more help. Here are a just a few of the many neighborhoods retirees will want to look at when deciding where they want to be the most.


The Riverwalk in downtown San Antonio is perhaps one of the most pleasant ways to spend a carefree day. When you get tired, you can sit along the river at one of the many bistros and cafes. This is a great place to people watch, and you are close to so many amenities. Expect to pay more to live in the downtown area than farther out from the city. However, if you like to be in the thick of things and don't want to rely on a car, there is a lot to be said for paying a premium to live here.

Alamo Heights

Some of the main attraction of Alamo Heights are the San Antonio Zoo, the Witte Museum, and The McNay Art Museum. If you love to golf, then be sure to visit the San Antonio Country Club and Quarry Golf Club. Olmos Creek is part of the area and allows for walking trails and relaxation for residents.

North Central

For those that crave a more suburban feel, there is the North Central neighborhood. This area is home to Phil Hardberger Park. The park is a former dairy farm amazingly enough. Visitors can enjoy hiking trails, historic buildings, and plenty of spots to spread out a picnic. Sheldon Vexler Theatre offers a lot of entertainment options.


Boutique shopping and the Alamo Drafthouse for great movie await when you explore uptown. It is hard to mistake this neighborhood because it is home to a giant pair of cowboy boots. The San Antonio International Airport is located in uptown so if you or your family like to travel, living in this neighborhood makes getting to and from the airport a breeze.

Planning Your San Antonio Retirement

When it comes to your retirement, it is important to take all your planning very seriously. Where you decide to sign a lease or purchase a residence is going to have a major impact on your overall happiness and well-being. Exploring a variety of neighborhoods within your price range is highly recommended.

Those that are concerned about retirement costs and are single might consider finding a compatible roommate. Sharing household duties and costs in an assisted living community can drastically reduce the cost of your retirement. Many people enjoy having a roommate to spend time with. The San Antonio Chapter of the Alzheimers Association is a valuable resource as well.

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