The Top Three Reasons why we Love Stone Oak

Stone Oak is one of those suburbs that just makes sense. After the real estate crash of the 1980s, Stone Oak remained strong, as did many of the other master-planned communities in the area. In fact, the idea behind the master-planned community of Stone Oak works just as well today as it did in years past.

Stone Oak was built under a master-planned community concept. Not only would this town offer plenty of residential real estate, but it would also offer everything a community would need: offices, churches, banks and schools, among other things. The location would allow residents to work close to home, and the children would all attend the same school. In short, Stone Oak was built as a community-oriented concept.

Many communities have been built on the master-planned community principle, but it seems like Stone Oak works particularly well. Here are the following, top three reasons why Stone Oak has become such a highly desired neighborhood and why we love it so:

  1. The Texas Hill Country provides a picturesque backdrop to Stone Oak, which features four elementary schools, two middle schools and an expansive high school. There are also several private schools throughout the community.  All of the schools of Stone Oak are highly regarded and acclaimed.
  2. Stone Oak features many medical facilities, one of which is located in the center of the community: North Central Baptist Hospital. Another recently opened hospital, Methodist Hospital, is also located in the center of the community. Both of these hospitals offer many medical services, and house plenty of doctors, as well.
  3. Stone Oak real estate is highly sought after and is varied to suit nearly every budget, taste and style. In fact, Stone Oak real estate often varies from the $100,000 for smaller, starter homes to estate homes worth in excess of $1 million. Individuals who work in San Antonio often find Stone Oak real estate to quite ideal, as it affords them a quite, suburban lifestyle, yet is just minutes from the opportunities of the city.
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