Universal City Real Estate
Within Bexas and Guadalupe Counties, Universal City real estate borders San Antonio to the northeast. Approximately 20,188 people make their home in Universal City and homes range from single-family to multi-family, townhouses, condos and homes with acreage. In addition, a variety of land is available for building. Pat Booker Road is the main commercial road within the city. This is a community that enjoys a lower cost of living than the national average and is one of the attractive aspects for buyers when choosing Universal City homes for sale.
Park Olympia is a subdivision located in Universal City. This is a highly desirable area in which to live. It is within walking distance of shopping, parks, schools and entertainment. Homes in this subdivision are typically affordable single-family homes with features such as wood floors, granite countertops, game rooms and Jacuzzi tubs.
Universal City has a number of recreational opportunities including an 18-hole disc golf course and six parks with various amenities. Universal City Park is 32 acres that include a jogging path, two sand volleyball courts, three lighted softball/baseball fields, a regulation size football field and two playgrounds. The Crossing has a clubhouse that is used for meetings, showers and parties. Featuring 1500 square feet, the clubhouse has a kitchen and restroom facilities. A playground in the back is open during regular hours.
Residents of Universal City real estate are served by the Judson and Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School System. Sperling’s Best Places ranked Universal City at #5 for Best Places for Military Retirees and #17 for Best Cities for Teleworking – Large Metro Areas. It was ranked at #8 for Best-Rested Cities 2011.
Olympia Hills Golf Course is located in Universal City and is one of the well known courses in the area. A challenging course for all skill levels, Olympia Hills provides breathtaking views and a restaurant on-site. The community is committed to reducing their dependence on energy sources that affect the environment and in accordance with this commitment have become a Green Power Community. Approximately 10% of the energy consumed in the city is from wind energy.