Homes in Finesilver
Finesilver subdivision is located on the outskirts of San Antonio, still in Bexar county. With easy access to major highways like 1604, 151, loop 410 and more. Homes in Finesilver capture the beauty of the hill country still closely located to the city. Just a quck 15 minute drive up Bandera road for a night out on the town. Families that enjoy mountainous views, wide open spaces, and wildlife are sure to feel right at home here.
Finesilver Subdivsion is located within the award winning NISD, giving children the option to attend some of the finest public school in the city. Each school within NISD offers more than just an education but an environment that is important to helping children also develop socially. Students that reside within Finesilver would attend schools within their boundaries. For grades PK-5th there is Nichols Elementary, grades 6th-8th would attend Stevenson Middle School, and for teens in grade 9th-12th there is Oconnor High School which is highly recognized for its sports and high graduating rates. Schools in NISD are strong supporters of athletic opportunities as well as scholastic advantages.
Families that find a great home in Finesilver will be pleased to discover all the fun opportunities close by. Parents who need a night out will be pleased to know that the drive to downtown San Antonio is not far away, they can enjoy a night out on the Riverwalk. With fun new places like TopGolf families can also enjoy time together or for children who want a night with friends Silverado theater is just right down the street. Also just a quick drive to Helotes for fathers and sons to enjoy some hunting. Finesilver subdivision exuberates fun, comfort, and home for families.
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