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The premier gated community of Encino Ranch is in historic San Antonio, Texas. After a Spanish expedition stopped in this area in 1691, San Antonio was named for San Antonio de Padua. Today, San Antonio is famous for its Spanish missions, the Alamo, Riverwalk, its multitude of festivals, and its NBA team, the San Antonio Spurs.

Located in zip code 78259 of Bexar County, Encino Ranch is roughly bordered by Claudia Taylor Johnson High School in the north, Evans Road in the south, Frank Tejeda Middle School in the west, and Bulverde Road in the east. This pet-friendly community features a pool and an active homeowners association. Many homes afford views of downtown, yet all enjoy a quiet, country-style living atmosphere.

The children of Encino Ranch attend schools in the Northeast Independent School District. Roan Forest Elementary School, Frank Tejeda Middle School, and Claudia Taylor “Lady Bird” Johnson High School are within walking distance, right outside of the neighborhood bounds. There are several places of worship nearby, such as Summit Christian Center, St. Padre Pio Catholic Church, St. Thomas Episcopal Church, and Community Bible Church.

Many shopping and dining options can be found in the immediate area. Local favorites are combined with well-known chains to provide a fine array of selections. The Village at Stone Oak is just down the road, and there is a CVS Pharmacy, Pizza Hut, and Whataburger right next to the neighborhood. The Village at Stone Creek is home to stores like Home Goods, Hobby Lobby, Cost Plus World Market, Coldwater Creek, Ann Taylor Loft, AT&T, Jos. A. Bank, Party City, and American Eagle Outfitters.

When Encino Ranch residents have guests in town, they can check in to the Candlewood Suites, located just down Evans Road.

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