Homes for Sale in Hollywood Park | San Antonio Property Search

Homes for Sale in Hollywood Park, 78232  are located off the Hwy 281 north corridor inside loop 1604 in the  City of San Antonio. Hollywood Park  is an enclave of San Antonio and a part of the statistical metropolitan statistical area.  The median price for homes for sale in Hollywood Park range from $250,000 to $550,000. The city is primarily composed of residential real estate and commercial businesses at it’s borders. Homes for sale in Hollywood Park are primarily original custom homes, built in the 1950’s with sturdy construction practices. This was a time in history when homes were built with the intent to remain intact for family generations to come.  Today, homes for sale in Hollywood Park are highly coveted due to the mature native oak covered properties and its location between San Antonio’s vibrant far north side dining, entertainment, and nightlife and downtown San Antonio .  Today, professionals and families are attracted to this area due to the central location, the public school district, and the near proximity to the San Antonio International Airport. Families in this community are proudly served by the North East Independent School District. Homes for sale in Hollywood Park Castle Hills Alamo Heights San Antonio Real Estate Property Which is reported to be one of the most desired school districts in Bexar County.

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The City of Hollywood Park has an interesting and humble history.  In 1951,  Mr. W. Barnes, developer, purchased the land and named it Hollywood Park. Creating a country suburban option north of the city center.  The first home built in Hollywood Park was at 204 Sequoia Drive, by the Sargent family. This was the land at the entrance of Hollywood Park. Eventually this family established a lumber yard where other locals could purchase supplies without driving over 10 miles to San Antonio businesses. The lumber yard was used for the cities official business. Later this land was purchased by the city to house the Town Hall and Fire Department. At this time, Hwy 281 was called San Pedro Drive and Mecca Drive was developed to access Hollywood Park from San Pedro. The land north of this first homeowner, was owned by Mr. Voigt, a rancher, who later sold large parcels of land to more development in the area.

 

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