Cadillac Drive Apartments for Rent
The Cadillac Drive neighborhood couldn’t be more appropriately named; it’s the Cadillac of residential properties, right inside the city. The street is located inside Loop 1604. It lies between Huebner Road, Churchill Estates Boulevard, West Bitters Road and Farm to Market 2696 (or Blanco Road).
The homes in this neighborhood are lavish residences built on huge properties, ranging in size from 2.5 to 4.5 acres. Cadillac Drive is one of the few areas in the city limits where homeowners can legally keep horses on their property. Residents of this neighborhood get all the benefits of city living in a spectacularly beautiful, wooded and remote country setting.
When the isolation becomes boring, there is plenty to do in the city. The Alamo is a quick 15-minute drive. The east side of the Alamo is the spot where on March 6, 1836, 189 defenders fell after succumbing to the continual attacks by the army of Mexican General Santa Anna. What many people don’t realize is that the Alamo was actually established in 1718, and it served as the city’s first mission. San Antonians, once they are done taking in the history, can be awed at the nearby a Ripley’s Believe It or Not — three floors that house more than 500 exhibits from the collection or Robert Ripley. Ripley’s Haunted Adventure is a multi-million dollar haunted house with all sorts of special effects and live actors.
San Antonio also has its own Guinness World Records Museum. The museum uses state-of-the-art interactive devices that are designed to bring the original Guinness Book of World Records to life. The museum is a combination of world record artifacts, touch screen computers, videos and exhibits and games. The newest attraction is the Tomb Rider 3D, a wild adventure ride with special effects in 3-D.
The Riverwalk has loads of interesting shops, restaurants and outdoor cafes for San Antonio residents, all a short drive from the peace and open spaces of Cadillac Drive.