Welcome to Rogers Ranch!
One of North Central San Antonio's most popular subdivisions, the master planned community of Rogers Ranch is conveniently located directly off of Loop 1604 and Bitters Road. Featuring gated communities as well as sought after amenities, the neighborhood offers an unbeatable location near three major highways. Masterfully positioned for secluded tranquility and incredible Hill County scenery, homes in the community are adorned with rolling hills and soaring live oaks.
Offering a variety of housing choices in a vast range of price points, Rogers Ranch is divided into the subsections of Falling Brook, Crosstimber, Salado Canyon, and Point Bluff. With an average home size of around 3,000 square feet, the homes boast of large open floor plans, however, The Gardens on Point Bluff offers luxury hillside garden homes constructed with convenience in mind. Alternatively, Point Bluff also offers sprawling custom estates in the exclusive section of The Peninsula, allowing homeowners to spread out over 4,000+ sq ft. With a diverse range of homes in the neighborhoods, prices can vary from as little as $275,000 all the way to over $900,000.
While the diverse property selection is a large draw to the neighborhood, part of the appeal of this community lies in the neighborhood amenities. Not only are the subdivisions of Rogers Ranch gated, they also feature sparkling pools, walking trails, lush greenbelts, a community center, playgrounds, tennis courts, and more. Just outside the neighborhood residents have access to some of the best shopping, dining, and entertainment in San Antonio.
Students in Rogers Ranch are serviced by Northside Independent School District and North East Independent School District, both premier San Antonio public school districts. Though the public schools around Rogers Ranch are excellent, residents in the neighborhood also enjoy the convenience of several private schools in the area including The Montessori School of San Antonio, Concordia Lutheran School, The Atonement Academy, and TMI.