The Reserve at the Dominion: Luxury Living in the Dominion

Hill Country living has never looked so fine. One of the newest communities of the super-exclusive Dominion community, The Reserve at the Dominion is a haven for some of the most beautiful, single-family homes in San Antonio.

Prime Location

An ideal location is perhaps one of the first things that draws San Antonio residents to consider The Reserve at the Dominion: this upscale community is located just minutes from Interstate 10 and Loop 1604, while downtown San Antonio and the San Antonio International Airport are both less than 30 minutes away. From a variety of shopping and dining venues, to a myriad of corporate centers and cultural destinations, The Reserve at the Dominion is ideally located in the center of it all. Some of the best shopping in San Antonio can be found near the Dominion, including the upscale shopping center of the Shops at La Cantera, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus and Tiffany & Co., just to name a few! There are several state and local parks located just minutes from The Reserve at the Dominion, including OP Schnabel and McAllister Parks. From hiking and biking to playing and picnicking, these parks provide a variety of wonderful, outdoor recreational activities.

Surrounding Luxury

Luxury homes are nothing new to the Dominion, and The Reserve at the Dominion is no exception. This gated community features some of the most prestigious homes in San Antonio. The residents of The Reserve at the Dominion have full privileges to the Dominion Country Club, a 260-acre, 18-hole, world-class championship golf course. There are also a number of other private and semi-private golf courses located nearby, including the Westin La Cantera Resort and the Palmer Course.

Home Features Home package prices for The Reserve at the Dominion range from the $400,000s to the $700,000s. The homes of this community feature either four or five bedrooms and three to five bathrooms. Some of the features of the homes of The Reserve at the Dominion include: two-story foyers, formal living and dining rooms, first-floor studies, gourmet kitchens with center islands, spacious pantries and breakfast areas, two-story family rooms, master bedrooms suites with cathedral ceilings, and master bathrooms with dual vanities and glass-enclosed showers.

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