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Presidio is a lovely community that is just moments away from popular San Antonio, Texas employers like NuStar, USAA, Valero, and Camp Bullis. This community is located just north of Loop 1604 on NW Military, a location that makes it convenient to both Interstate 10 and Highway 281. This neighborhood is considered by many to be one of the ideal places to call home for a commuter. Homes for sale in Presidio are in a prime location that allows for shopping at The Rim or La Cantera as well as other entertainment and dining options. The neighborhood itself offers a myriad of hiking and jogging trails as well a lovely recreational center that features a beach-entry swimming pool. The main architectural touchstones for the neighborhood come from a Spanish-style that promotes stucco homes with metal or tile roofs. However, to reach these impressive homes one must first pass through the very impressive entranceway that is adorned with sizeable palm trees and a gorgeous community monument that greets those entering. Homes for sale in Presidio are built by McMillin Homes and are separated into two subdivisions, The Hills and The Reserve. Homes in The Hills range from 1,977 square feet to up to 3,048 square feet and start from the mid $230k’s. In contrast, The Reserve offers larger homes and homesites with up to 3 car garages. The square footage for homes in this subdivision start a 3,238 and move upwards to 4,118 square feet. As a result home prices in this neighborhood are higher and start at the $350ks.
Students in the Presidio can expect to attend Northside ISD. Northside ISD is considered as one of the best districts in San Antonio, Texas. It is the largest district in the city and has roughly 110 campus locations. 2012 marks the fourth consecutive year that the district was awarded the rating of “Recognized”. A breakdown of the district’s results reveals that roughly half the schools in the district were considered “Exemplary”, while 38.5% were “Recognized” , 1.9% received the rating of “Academically Acceptable”, and 10.6% were not eligible to receive a rating.