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Hollow at Inwood real estate lies within the interior of Loop 1604 in north central San Antonio, Texas. This upscale community is nestled in the foothills at the opening of the lovely Texas Hill Country. Hollow at Inwood homes for sale were primarily built during the early 1990s - a development that coincided with the growth of San Antonio’s expanding north side. This neighborhood is considered to be one of the most distinguished in San Antonio and is home to a number of famous personalities, from basketball players to senators. Hollow at Inwood real estate, and all real estate in Inwood, is known for its green motif that extends through common public areas in the neighborhood. These common areas include parks and amenities like an olympic-sized pool and complete outdoor basketball facilities.
Homes for sale in the Hollow at Inwood are also set in throngs of mature trees that provide a thick and untruncated canopy in large sections of the community. Loop 1604 is close enough to Inwood so that residents can quickly explore the rest of Greater San Antonio, commute, or head to any of the nearby shopping, dining, and entertainment options. This include shopping at The Rim, The VIneyard Shopping Center, or Huebner Oaks Shopping Centers. Or the array of excellent parks like Salado Creek Park, Panther SPring Park, or Eisenhower Park. Golfers rejoice,Hollow at Inwood real estate is located between the excellent Club at Sonterra as well as Silver Horn Golf Club.
The schools of Hollow at Inwood are operated by Northside ISD. This is the largest district in San Antonio, but don’t let that dissuade you. Northside ISD has received the “Recognized” rating by the TEA for four consecutive years and has plans to expand so as to maintain the quality of education it provides. The young scholars of the Hollow at Inwood attend Blattman for elementary school, William P.Hobby for middle school, and finish their public school education at Tom C. Clark HS.