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Located within stored Alamo Heights, real estate in Lincoln Heights provides high quality, luxury homes close to the heart of San Antonio, Texas. Located along the perimeter of the Quarry Golf Club, this community is filled with mature trees and palatial homes on expansive lots that provide a unique place to call home in the Alamo City. Homes for sale in Lincoln Heights tend to feature more than 4 bedroom and 4 bathrooms and feature custom architectural styles that are elegant and well designed. The neighborhood is well placed between golf courses and parks, so it tends to have a more set apart and quiet feel than the majority of Alamo Heights. This includes parks like the Olmos Basin Park and Mahncke Park. However, despite this seclusion and natural beauty, the community is almost directly at the southeast corner of Highway 281 and Loop 410. This provides quick travel times to the rest of Greater San Antonio, without sacrificing a bit of peace and quiet. Local points of interest include the variety of parks and golf courses, along with The Quarry shopping center, and a great variety of both casual and upscale dining choices. Homes for sale in Lincoln Heights have a median listing price that hovers around the $630k’s and a median listing price per square foot of roughly $186.00.
Real estate in Lincoln Heights is serviced by the Alamo Heights ISD. This district only has six campus locations and features an average classroom size that hovers around 14 (the state average is 15). The schools district is currently looking at constructing more schools since attendance in the district has risen over the past three years. In the most recent Texas Education Agency evaluation the district performed admirably and was awarded the rating of “Recognized. An analysis of how individual schools performed shows that half of the schools in the district were “Recognized”, while 16.7% were “Academically Acceptable” and 33.3% were not rated.