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Inwood real estate is an oft-desired piece of north central San Antonio, Texas which is located within the inside of Loop 1604. This gated community provides upscale amenities and public spaces to its residents on the foothills of the Texas Hill Country. Inwood homes for sale were built in conjunction with the expansion of San Antonio’s north side during the early 1990s. Homes in Inwood listed in 2012 were sold from anywhere between $343,000 and $1,004,000. However, The average list price for homes sold in that year was roughly $504k. This marks an upward trend from previous years such as when in 2010 the average list price was $469K and in 2011 when the average list price was $496K. The average price per square foot for houses in Inwood was $130 for 2012 and houses were likely to spend an average of 148 days on the market. Inwood real estate is known for a “green motif” that permeated the common areas of the neighborhood. These include parks and amenities like an olympic-sized pool perfect for making a splash in the torrid summer months, or a complete outdoor basketball facility.
Homes for sale in Inwood are set within treed lots filled with mature native trees that at times, create a continuous canopy through the neighborhood. Since Loop 1604 is next door, residents can enjoy quicker commutes as well as an ease of access to Greater San ANtonio and its activities. This include shopping at The Rim, or The VIneyard Shopping Center, or a truly diverse array of other shopping options in the general area. Or set out to enjoy some of the scenic and relaxing parks in the area like Eisenhower Park, Salado Creek Park, or Panther Spring Park. If you dream of hitting the links, you’re in luck with Inwood. Inwood real estate sits between both Silver Horn Golf Club and the excellent Club at Sonterra. The schools of Inwood are under the management of Northside ISD.
This is the largest district in San Antonio, and size seems to have its benefits since the district has received the “Recognized” rating by the TEA for four consecutive years and is in constant expansion so as to maintain the quality of education it provides in the very much in demand portions of San Antonio it serves. The students of Inwood attend Blattman Elementary school, William P.Hobby Middle School, and finish their public education at Tom C. Clark HS.