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The Waters at Deerfield Apartments for Rent

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With trees encompassing the majestic estates of The Waters at Deerfield in the northern suburbs of San Antonio, Texas, residents are able to enjoy a tranquil and pleasant neighborhood without losing the benefits that come with living in a large city. The houses in Deerfield are all of modern architectural designs, most with rather large driveways and yards, and most with swimming pools for leisure in the warm San Antonio weather.

San Antonio is filled with wonderful parks, an abundance of which are a short distance away from the neighborhood. Panther Spring Park is a tree-laden perfect park perfect for a hike through the woods. Mud Creek Park has a lot of open space for more unconventional recreational activities. McAllister Park has a wide-open green fantastic for tossing around a Frisbee or flying kites. The Athletic Field has several fields for baseball, softball, and tee ball, as well as several soccer fields both large and small, depending on the size and age of the players.

The families of Deerfield are quite satisfied with the selection of schools in the nearby vicinity, both public and private. Another family-friendly feature of the suburbs of San Antonio near the neighborhood includes the vast array of houses of worship for all different denominations and religions. Medical centers nearest the neighborhood include North Central Baptist Hospital, Methodist Stone Oak Hospital, and the Laurel Ridge Treatment Center.

For more adult recreation in the area, The Club at Sonterra Golf Course is a little slice of paradise. There are many activities that members can participate in, such as an 18-hole game of golf, diving, swimming laps, relaxing in the hot tub, playing tennis, as well as many other activities sponsored by the country club.

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