Community Siteplan
 

 

About the Preserve

The splendor of the land on which The Preserve at Medina River sits is legendary.


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The stories of its spectacular natural beauty likely began with the Spanish explorers and early missionaries dating back to 1718. The Mission San Antonio de Valero, later known as the Alamo, had been established along with a frontier presidio and a bustling community was thriving. They were surrounded by the most lush, verdant hill country in North America.

The historic Medina River gently flows through the most breath-taking terrain in Texas, just minutes south of old San Antonio. Along its banks, lies an amazing 532-acre master planned community with home sites overlooking crystal clear lakes, magnificent trees, rugged limestone bluffs and the scenery that has captured the imagination of everyone who passed this way before.

Welcome to The Preserve at Medina River. We’re brand new but families have enjoyed the view for almost 300 years.