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Living inThe San Antonio Area

Once you discover everything San Antonio has to offer, you will definitely remember the Alamo City. To be sure, there’s plenty to see and do here with all the rich history, exciting attractions and outstanding dining. But with the city’s festive atmosphere, picturesque neighborhoods and easygoing lifestyle, you’ll also feel welcome right away. Clearly, San Antonio is much more than just a wonderful place to visit. It’s an inviting place to call home. 

Winding its way through downtown, the River Walk meanders past an endless array of alluring shops and restaurants. There are activities galore – everything from touring the Alamo itself to Six Flags Fiesta Texas and Sea World. The NBA Champion Spurs play here. And there are all kinds of ways for you to play too. 

With its convenient location on the southern edge of the Texas Hill Country, San Antonio delivers the best of both city and country. Residents often take day trips to charming Hill Country small towns, passing the time at weekend fairs in Wimberley, winery tours in Fredericksburg and tubing on the Guadalupe River in New Braunfels. You can enjoy all kinds of recreation here, from hiking and biking to rock climbing and cave tours. If you have a love for life, there’s no question – you’ll love living in San Antonio!


I think the very first thing I noticed when walking into my first Scott Felder home was the visual appeal. Now I understand this is the result of very specific staging selections, and that a person's preferences in this regard vary, but there was something different about this home compared to all the others I had visited. There was no ostentatious display of luxury. There was no "contemporary" feel, soon to be supplanted by the next fad. I walked into a Scott Felder model home with an understated elegance; a perfect balance of form and function. I had found a builder that I wanted to move forward with.

Aaron G. | Austin, TX