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Just north of Loop 1604 in San Antonio, you'll find the beautiful area off Kyle Seal Parkway along the Alamo City Golf Trail. One course stands out in particular in this region called Cedar Creek.  

Cedar Creek Golf Course Homes for Sale in San Antonio October 30, 2020
4
Listed
54
Avg. DOM
$173.01
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$549,900
Med. List Price
4 Properties
$549,900
Subdivision: Sonoma Mesa
4
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
3,438
Sq.Ft.
2013
Year Built
24
Days on Site
1468764
MLS
BOM: Buyers father was in the hospital and needed to cancel last minute! Attention Golfers! Gently lived in 1.5 story open floorplan in desirable Sonoma Mesa! Quiet gated community next to Cedar...
$549,900
Subdivision: The Ridge @ Sonoma Verde
4
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
3,202
Sq.Ft.
2010
Year Built
38
Days on Site
1485027
MLS
This gorgeous home in Sonoma Verde has all the bells and whistles! This former Rialto Model home sits on an over-sized lot with Texas size patios on both stories. You'll love the knotty wood cabinets...
$745,000
Subdivision: Reserve At Sonoma Verde
5
Beds
5
Baths
4,351
Sq.Ft.
2010
Year Built
42
Days on Site
1484505
MLS
Tuscan style home w/tile roof overlooking nature preserve & golf course in gated community. Views from all the windows in back. Listed below market price. All the desirable amenities are packed into...
$530,000
Subdivision: Sonoma Mesa
4
Beds
3
Baths
2,802
Sq.Ft.
2014
Year Built
115
Days on Site
1468804
MLS
Beautiful Executive Style Home With Fantastic Views of The Texas Hill Country and Cedar Creek Golf Course** Controlled Access Community** Featuring A Gourmet Kitchen w/ Gas Cook Top, Granite...

This course is a one of a kind nearly hidden gem in San Antonio. Built in 1989, the Cedar Creek golf course was designed by Finger Dye Spann and offers a true rolling hills golf course with plenty of challenges and scenic beauty along the way. Many of the gorgeous fairways, oak trees and pastoral green scenery are what make Cedar Creek one of the best courses to live by. Homes for sale in this area are luxury residential properties, owned by some of the exclusive San Antonians and golfers who love the Alamo City Golf Trail.

What's Inside Homes for Sale Near Cedar Creek

Many of the luxury homes that you find north of the big city are historical, well built, estate-style properties with tons of special features and custom elements. Quality home builders from the area developed residential communities that provided a better quality of life for residents. Inside of these homes you'll find things like granite counter tops, mosaic tile, Mediterranean architecture and furnishings, premium grade fixtures, marble showers, spa bath tubs, hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, extra living areas, large bedrooms and island kitchens. Many families who move to this area love the space that is available for any type of decorator or family size, particularly those who need extra garage space, storage space and lots of backyard area to play around in.

Why People Love Living On the Alamo City Golf Trail

The Alamo City Golf Trail is an assortment of award-winning golf courses praised by the pros and beginners from the area who love to compete and practice this past time. Cedar Creek golf course is one of the best places to find amazing golfers, challenging design and beautiful fairways. It's also one of the more hidden and private golf courses that you find around the city. Homes built around the course enjoy the same rolling hills, easy access to the clubhouse and scenic walkways throughout the area.

You can view all of the properties for sale near Cedar Creek online. Listings show off both interior and exterior photos, property details, contact information and pricing.

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