- Current Prices:$199,900 to $275,000
- Closed Prices:$79,900 to $430,000
- Median Sale Price:$167,000
- Average $ per sq ft:$130
- Association Fee Ranges:$396,$0
- Type:Single Family Home
- Age:1900 to 1945
- Sq. Ft.:1,104 to 3,322Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:0 to 5Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:0 to 3Bathrooms
Where to Live
This is an eclectic neighborhood with a variety of home types. Many of the homes and apartments in Five Points have been updated and rebuilt, as they were quite old, some dating back to 1890 and needing architectural renovations. Many of the properties are multiplexes though there is a spattering of single-family homes. These factors make this an up-and-coming neighborhood to call home and it's only a few minutes from San Antonio.
Where to Eat
You can find many types of food all within walking distance in the Five Points area. You can choose from home-style food, pizza, pasta, Italian, and several fast food shops along with coffee shops. There are enough restaurants to choose from that you can travel the world through food, right in your own backyard or neighborhood for your convenience.
What You'll See
You can expect to see a lot of foot traffic in this area, as it is a small community that is developing into an active scene. Many of the citizens of this area enjoy cycling as a hobby and the local bike shop on North Flores is a gathering spot for enthusiasts. Some of the establishments are multi-use facilities in this area, such as a neighborhood favorite spot that includes a restaurant, bar, carwash, and Laundromat for one-stop shopping all in one building.
Friday Night Fun
A typical Friday night in this neighborhood finds residents from the multiplexes enjoying the warm, balmy weather outside together. Many of the neighbors band together for potlucks and barbecues, and you can find them listening to music outdoors while the children play on the lawns. Students from San Antonio College can be found studying together and brainstorming while enjoying each other's company.
The Perfect Sunday
On Sundays, you can find many of the residents at San Pedro Springs Park. It is spacious, occupies 46 acres, and is supposedly the oldest park in the state of Texas. The park was the first site of San Antonio and houses a Payaya Indian village. It is also a Historic Texas Landmark that visitors travel to see. Families and students alike enjoy all the amenities the park has to offer. They can picnic in the gazebo or go swimming in the pool. It also has both softball and tennis courts for exercise. Some of the children can be found playing on the large playground or in the skate plaza. This park is also home to the San Pedro Library and the San Pedro Playhouse with Broadway shows.
Walkability • Tight-knit community • Quiet neighborhood • Friendly neighbors.
Locals Don't Love
Traffic in the park during Broadway shows • Some houses still need updating.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.