SAN ANTONIO LAND AND WATERFRONT PROPERTY
James Bigley specializes in rural and waterfront properties throughout Texas. He uses his diverse background with the USFS as a Wildlife Tech and a Wildland Firefighter, ranching, and in Corporate America to assist his clients in buying and selling properties, and consulting. His goal is to offer top-notch professional service, consult in managing lands, and assisting in making the State of Texas a better place. His credentials include GRI, MRP, FAA Drone License, a BBA in Logistics. Real Estate Agent in New Braunfels, Seguin, Stockdale, Floresville, Mico, San Antonio, Kerrville, Stonewall, Uvalde, Leakey, Medina, Rocksprings, and others. County Coverage: Bexar, Medina, Kerr, Gillespie, Wilson, Caldwell, Guadalupe, Edwards, Comal
SAN ANTONIO LAND AND HOMES FOR SALE BY COUNTY
San Antonio, Texas has a real estate market filled with lands and lots. A massive city, (the 7th largest in the country) with a plethora of land options are available. Conservative lot size options and massive contiguous plots of acreage are available. Whether you’re looking for a place for a business, or a place to call home, San Antonio may fulfill all your needs.
San Antonio is a thriving mix of the old and the new. Mansions of the Greek Revival Period, Victorian Mansions, and Italian Style Homes line the streets of the King William District. Homes dating back to an era gone by, create architectural grandeur. Walking tours of the city, allow residents and tourists alike to enjoy all the sites, bakeries, brew companies, restaurants, and delectable foods created within the walking district areas. There’s even a Taxi Boat!
Of the famous within San Antonio, is the Alamo Spanish Mission. There are a total of 5 missions within San Antonio. Four missions are within the care of the National Parks. Each mission is unique in its’ own right. Mission Espada had its’ original founding in 1690. The visitor center located at the San Jose Mission has a film which documents the history and life of the time periods of the Missions. Each of the missions has Sunday Service
Catholic Mass. Unique to some of these Mass Services is the Mariachi music! San Antonio Missions National Historical Park is a “must see” when in San Antonio.
Education is thriving in San Antonio. Colleges and Universities are abundant. The University of TX at San Antonio, Texas A&M University-San Antonio, University of Texas Health Science Center @ San Antonio, Our Lady of the Lake University, The Culinary Institute of America, Trinity University, St.Mary’s University, The Alamo Community College District, the University of the Incarnate Word, are all found within the City of San Antonio.
Like many other larger cities, San Antonio is not short on transportation options either. The San Antonio International Airport can be found just a few miles from downtown. There is an Amtrak train station, located at San Antonio Station. The VIA Metropolitan Transit is another way to commute, within the city limits, and the surrounding suburbs. For those who prefer to drive, there is no shortage of Interstates and US Highways.
San Antonio loves the Arts. From outdoor sculptures to Art Festivals, Galleries, Artist Studios, Museums, and First Fridays Art Walks, San Antonio is bustling in the Arts! Museums include the Witte Museum, which is a science and history museum. The Witte Museum has children’s exhibits, dinosaurs and also has a free admission day!. Another free admission Museum is found at the Steves Homestead of 1876. This 3 level historic mansion, is part of the King William Historic District and is a great way to take a peek into the past. Looking for more history, how about visiting the San Antonio Museum of Art. This museum hosts approximately 5000 years of historical culture and art from around the globe. The San Antonio Museum of Art also includes a free admission day, twice a week! If you like blown-glass artwork, don’t forget a stop by the San Antonio Central Library, where world known artist Dale Chihuly sculpture of blown-glass hangs magnificently displayed.
From River Walks to Historical Significance, from Theme Parks to Holocaust Museum and the Alamo, San Antonio is astounding, enjoyable and filled with adventures. One has to see it and experience it to really take it all in. Whether you already live in the area or are looking to migrate here, we can help. Finding Waterfront property near San Antonio is not a dream and readily available. Farms, Ranches, Commercial Properties and Residential Homes are all view-able and searchable right here on TX4Sale.com. If you have any questions at all, feel free to Contact Us Today.