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3922 Gentle Brook

San Antonio, TX  | was $419,990   $399,990

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    4
    Beds
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    2
    Baths
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    1,787
    SQ FT
  • Stories Icon
    1
    Stories
  • Garages Icon
    2
    Garages

Estimated Completion: April

Community: Park Hill Commons

Plan: Lanport

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About this Home

This single-story home epitomizes comfort and style with its four bedrooms and two bathrooms, and an inviting open-concept design. The luxury vinyl plank flooring graces the main living areas, providing a modern and low maintenance touch, while the sleek white cabinets and quartz countertops in the kitchen exude an air of sophistication. The real highlight, however, is the extended-size patio in the backyard, which offers a perfect setting for outdoor relaxation and entertainment, all while overlooking a serene backdrop of lush trees. Ask about our closing cost incentive!*

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Area
Park Hill Commons

** Homes starting in the mid $300's ** Park Hill Commons offers single family luxury homes in a prime central location surrounded by lush Oak trees. Luxurious open-concept homes from the American Classic Collection offer smart features, premium design finishes, the best of thoughtful living with efficient spaces, and meticulously crafted... Read More

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Schools

Area Schools

  • School Redland Oaks Elementary School
  • School Driscoll Middle School
  • School Macarthur High School

Map & Directions

Driving Directions

Take HWY 1604 North Exit Bulverde Rd. and continue down Bulverde Rd for 1.7 miles. Take a left on Jung Rd. Park Hill Commons will be on your right hand side, continue to take a right on old Jung Rd. to the Entrance. Model home on 15326 Golden Prairie

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Area Schools

  • School Redland Oaks Elementary School
  • School Driscoll Middle School
  • School Macarthur High School

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We lost our house in a fire just over a year ago. We are on an excellent 1 acre lot in Shady Hollow and really wanted to stay on the property in a nice home. We talked to several contractors, and nobody who was in our price range (insurance $) really inspired a ton of confidence, though there were one or two who we felt we could go with if SF Homes wasn't able to build a house for us on our lot. Turns out they did, and they did a spectacular job. We ended up with the Mendocino II plan and their builder did a meticulous, thorough, quality job throughout. From the first rate materials to the first rate subcontractors and the thoughtful planning by everyone involved, we ended up with a house which exceeded the quality and beauty of the house we lost to the fire.

Michael D.