Hollywood Park Real Estate

Incorporated in 1955, Hollywood Park was initially considered a rural community. With a steady increase in population because of its proximity to a variety of different San Antonio areas, it is now an iconic community, joining Hill Country Village as a premier north side neighborhood. Located just inside Loop 1604 at the Highway 281 interchange, Hollywood Park presents quiet, tree-lined streets and large, established homes atop sizeable lots. Because Hollywood Park is an incorporated city, it maintains its own city government which governs the neighborhoods that make up the community: Hollywood Park, The Reserve At Hollywood Park, and The Enclave At Hollywood Park. Additionally, the incorporated city provides public works and emergency services. Due to its location within the well-regarded North East Independent School District, the community is sought after by families with school-aged children. Serving the neighborhoods that make up Hollywood Park are Hidden Forest Elementary, Barbara Bush Middle School, and top rated Reagan High School. As a well-established, highly desirable neighborhood, Hollywood Park real estate tends to be priced higher than the average priced home in San Antonio. Consisting of mainly of mid-century single family homes sitting on ½ to 1 acre lots, the homes in the community are a mix of architecture and builders, although most generally have large yards and spacious interiors. Starting at $250k, homes in Hollywood Park can exceed upwards of $600k.

Hollywood Park - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Hollywood Park: $610,400 / County Avg $406,000


Avg Taxes in Hollywood Park: $11,800 / County Avg $7,300


Avg Sq. Ft. in Hollywood Park: 3,016 / County Avg 2,101


Avg Price per/sqft in Hollywood Park:$202 / County Avg $193


Avg Walkscore in Hollywood Park: 21 / County Avg 30


Avg Year Built in Hollywood Park: 1975 / County Avg 1995


Avg Days on Website in Hollywood Park: 64 / County Avg 67


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