Steeplebrook Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Steeplebrook takes advantage of the Texas landscape and lush growing climate with landscaped yards that often resemble parks. The gated community was developed in the late 1990s and early 2000s, and its 147 luxury homes are built on large lots amidst tall trees. Residents have added small ponds, water features, and manicured landscaping, making Steeplebrook a picturesque place to live.
Children from Steeplebrook attend Leon Springs Elementary School, Hector Garcia Middle School, and Louis D. Brandeis High School. The neighborhood is west of Interstate 10, and the entrance is on Steeple Park off the I-10 frontage road. Steeplebrook is south of Boerne Stage Road and north of Friedrich Wilderness Park, a 180-acre nature preserve with an elevated walking trail through the Texas hills landscape. More challenging trails are available at Crown Ridge Canyon.
Downtown San Antonio is a 25-minute commute south on I-10. Major employers such as Valero Energy Corp. and Tesoro Petroleum Corp. are fewer than 10 miles away in north San Antonio, and the entrance to the Camp Bullis Military Training Reservation Army training camp is seven minutes south.
San Antonio residents root for the San Antonio Spurs professional basketball team, which plays in the AT&T Center in downtown San Antonio. The San Antonio Rampage, an American Hockey League team, and the San Antonio Silver Stars, a professional women’s basketball team, also play a the center. This year, San Antonians will add regular season college football to the city’s sports, as the University of Texas at San Antonio’s new Roadrunners football team takes to the field. The city also hosts the NCAA football Alamo Bowl in the winter.