The City of Shavano Park is more than just a building called City Hall, it is a collection of communities that form the larger community of Shavano Park. These communities offer slightly different neighborhood aesthetics, but all provide a quiet and relaxing setting. All the listed communities receive their electricity and trash services from the same providers, CPS and Republic Services respectively. The communities are however, on different water systems. Which neighborhood is on the Shavano Park Water System or the San Antonio Water System is included in the descriptions below.
Old Shavano Park
The oldest section of town dates to original founding of the City of Shavano Park in 1956, and provides a rural atmosphere and setting while nestled in Greater San Antonio. The neighborhood boasts the largest lot sizes of any residential area, with some lots approaching 10 acres. The spacious lots and quiet neighborhood roads provide the rural small town atmosphere so beloved by Shavano Park residents. Old Shavano Park covers the residential neighborhoods east of NW Military Highway as well as those areas along Elm Spring and Long Bow north of the Municipal Tract at the corner of De Zavala and NW Military Highway. Old Shavano Park is entirely on the Shavano Park Water System. All its lots also have septic facilities for sewage.
Shavano Park Estates
Shavano Park Estates is the second oldest community in Shavano Park. The Shavano Park Estates offers smaller lot sizes and a greater small town atmosphere than the more rural setting of Old Shavano Park. Shavano Park Estates, however, boasts the same quiet streets and exquisite homes amid natural beauty that is the hallmark of Shavano Park living. Shavano Park Estates receives its water service from the Shavano Park Water System.
In the south-west corner of Shavano Park near the corner of Lockhill-Selma and Huebner, Shavano Creek is a collection of exquisite homes on 1 to 2 acre sized lots. The community was annexed by the City in 1999. The community has its own Housing Association and offers a sleepy suburban atmosphere. Shavano Creek receives its water and sewage service from the San Antonio Water Service.
Bentley Manor - Explore - Housing Association
Bentley Manor is an exquisite community located along Lockhill-Selma in the western section of Shavano Park. It is composed of two different neighborhoods that offer slightly different lifestyles: the Bentley Manor Garden Homes and the Bentley Manor Garden Villas. The Garden Homes are on larger lots while the Garden Villas are on smaller lots while still offering a spacious 3,500 foot floor space. All homes are custom-designed and built by Monticello Homes and Prestige Homes and offer luxurious amenities.
The neighborhood receives its water from the San Antonio Water System and not the City's own water system.
Huntington - Explore
Nestled in the north-west corner of Shavano Park, Huntington is a luxurious gated community boasting one acre plus size lots. The area is a recent development of premier custom-designed homes that will eventually encompass 142 homes. Huntington’s location near Loop 1604 and IH-10 is within minutes of restaurants and destination shopping in The Vineyard, The Rim, The Shops at La Cantera and Stone Oak.
Huntington also features a distinctive front gate and clock tower, giving the neighborhood an elegant entrance. Huntington receives its water from the San Antonio Water System and not the City's own water system.
Willow Wood - Explore
Willow Wood offers a small town living atmosphere surrounded by natural beauty in northern Shavano Park. A 49-acre tract of land with 93 estate homesites offers a secluded community with easy access to NW Military and Loop 1604. It is also within walking distance of the Shavano Park Tennis club, offering a great amenity to Tennis lovers. The neighborhood offers estate-style homes custom built by Davis Custom Homes.
Willow Wood, like Huntington and Bentley Manor also receives its water from the San Antonio Water System.