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Olmos Park, Tx is the second wealthiest city in the San Antonio Metro Area after the Hill Country Village. It is located in Bexar County and is at 29º 28’ 30” N, 98º 29’ 17” W on the map. The city has a total land area of .6 sq mi. It is elevated 807 ft above sea level and observes the Central Standard Time zone. The city’s population as of the 2000 census was 2,343, and has a population density of 3,860/ sq mi. US Route 281 runs across the city from north to south.

Search Olmos Park MLS Listings March 5, 2021
3
Listed
69
Avg. DOM
$288.05
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,160,000
Med. List Price
3 Properties
$1,200,000
Subdivision: Olmos Park
7
Beds
4
Baths
4,358
Sq.Ft.
1945
Year Built
59
Days on Site
1502485
MLS
Welcome to Midcentury Retreat on Parklane in Olmos Park! This Lamb architect's home has been wonderfully well kept and has updates built for royalty with a perfect mother in law retreat that can also...
$1,160,000
Subdivision: Olmos Park
4
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
3,509
Sq.Ft.
1931
Year Built
121
Days on Site
1491904
MLS
Magnificent Thorman renovated home boasts most of its original architecture elegantly blended w/modern conveniences of today. The kitchen is well positioned with modern amenities. Downstairs master...
$755,000
Subdivision: Olmos Park
4
Beds
3
Baths
2,924
Sq.Ft.
1974
Year Built
31
Days on Site
1507754
MLS
Nestled in the treelined streets of Olmos Park, this home offers a limitless floorplan with a slew of updates. Enter from the private courtyard into the home featuring gorgeous Saltillo tile, an open...

More Information on Olmos Park Texas

Olmos Park was established in the 1920’s and is often confused with Olmos Park Terrace which has the same developer in 1930’s. As of the census of year 2000, the city had resident of 1,043 households and 616 families. Also at the time, the median earnings for a single household located in the city were $87,560 and $128,814 per family, and a per capita income of $65,697. With such statistics, there is only 3.9% of the population living under the poverty line. In 2005, the city’s median home price was $400,960.