Current Prices: $140,000 to $1,390,000
Closed Prices: $108,200 to $1,600,000
Median Sale Price: $360,000
Average $ per sq ft: $232
Association Fee Ranges: $0, $45 to $926.01/mo, $40 to $1014, $308 to $385, $89.87/quarter
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1882 to 2021
Sq. Ft.: 1882 to 2021 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 0 to 10 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 0 to 9 Bathrooms
Getting Around Midtown
There is a reason homebuyers are flocking to Midtown San Antonio. The neighborhood offers a variety of home styles at reasonable prices and is close to most of the business sectors of the city. Trinity University also falls into the boundaries, so there are plenty of affordable housing options geared towards students. There are also historic neighborhoods offering attractive pieces of real estate. These builds range from modern one-story homes to historical Victorian-inspired mansions.
While Downtown caters to a mainstream food audience, Midtown is where you will find some truly unique San Antonio eats. From American cuisine to hole-in-the-wall spots with amazing burgers, it's all available in Midtown. Because of the proximity of the University, you'll also have quick access to any of your favorite fast food restaurants, which is perfect for those on a budget or seeking a late night snack.
Walking around Midtown, you're more than likely going to see people out and about enjoying the area. The closer you get to Trinity University, you'll find students in cafes cramming for finals or enjoying the scenic campus. Weekends pick up when people hit the town to dance the night away at the nightclubs that litter Midtown. Venture into the neighborhoods and you'll find families and residents tending to their yards or homes and interacting with the community. There are plenty of great walkable shops, including a great vintage selection, so don't be surprised to see local shoppers out and about.
If you're looking for a great night out, Midtown is the place to be. With a young vibe, it's the perfect place in San Antonio to dance the night away. Catering to a student population, there are plenty of clubs and bars in the area. However, the university also brings arts and theatre events, which aren't as accessible in other parts of the city. To the South is Downtown, which means the River Walk and other tourist attractions are only a quick walk, bike, or cab ride away.
To wind down on a Sunday, Midtown residents take in brunch at the great eateries or visit the San Antonio Zoo and Japanese Gardens. The San Antonio Zoo has a reputation for being one of the best zoos in Texas and is a great way to see interesting and unique animals. The Japanese Gardens are a beautiful representation of nature and a peaceful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. There are also plenty of great shopping areas in Midtown, including a great selection of local and vintage boutiques where you can spend your hard-earned dollars.
- Plenty of attractions and nightlife options
- Highly walkable
- Great shopping
- Strong sense of community
Locals Don't Love
- Busy part of the city
- Loud at times
- Transient student population
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