Stone Oak is a master-planned community that began in 1984. The development of the area encountered a temporary halt during the 1980s financial crisis but picked up right after, and it has become one of the safest and most serene environments in the United States.

    The community is also the home to the famous Canyon Springs Golf Club that has a multitude of flourishing green areas. The area is also growing rapidly in numbers, thereby bolstering its income revenue and quality of lifestyle. It has 24-hour security and many granite structures for aesthetics.

    Stone Oak - one of the highlights of 10 Most Popular Neighbourhoods in San Antonio (Read all about San Antonio here)

    photo by stexas09er (CC BY-SA 3.0) modified

    Stone Oak San Antonio highlights

    The area possesses a stunning view of the nearby rolling hills and is one of the most luxurious neighborhoods you will find. There are many great restaurants, shopping malls, and entertainment centers in Stone Oak which is always great for both visitors and community dwellers alike.

    The place also consists of three standard medical centers and churches. There are over thirty homeowners associations and neighborhoods in the same region as Stone Oak. Members enjoy golfing at Canyon Springs Golf Club and the Club at Sonterra Golf and Country Club.

    photo by Ken Lund (CC BY-SA 2.0) modified

    Good to know when visiting Stone Oak San Antonio

    There are over 100 gated and luxurious homes for sale at Stone Oak. The average price for one of these homes is $500,000. The quality of education is high due to choices of schools you can choose from for your children to attend. You'll find parks for their physical well-being too.

    The neighborhoods are designed in suburban-style for affluent commuters. There is a presence of well-known hotels like Hyatt Place that is always welcoming for visitors. It is also one of the largest neighborhood communities in San Antonio.

    Stone Oak

    Start planning your trip

    Keep exploring


    United States of America

    Back to top