With only about 1,100 residents, Marion, TX is one of the smallest San Antonio submarkets you’ll find. But that doesn’t mean this community lacks anything; it offers a ton of space and loads of fun for residents.
Living in Marion
With quick and easy access to miles of trails, open space, and beautiful parks, Marion is centrally-located for anyone who wants space to play. Only about a 10 minute drive away from Lake McQueeney, it’s easy to find a cool place to hang out on evenings, weekends, or lazy days off. Marion residents also have some great local food options, like Gg’s Corner Cafe, La Prima’s Taco House, and Lupitas Mexican Restaurant.
Marion Independent School District offers two elementary schools and a middle school and high school. This means that parents and their kids can get a great education close to home. You’ll also see that Marion residents love their high school football, so get ready to cheer!
Living close to Live Oak Family Health, Guadalupe Regional Medical Center, and Baptist Emergency Hospital makes it easy to get care when Marion residents need it. There’s even a Marion Animal Hospital to treat sick fur-babies. Eye care, chiropractors, and family practitioners are also close by for regular check ups and care.
Being so close to I-10, Marion offers plenty of access to pretty much anything residents need and want. Drop by Live Oaks for shopping and entertainment or head straight into San Antonio for work or play. Commuters love Marion because it offers the space they want without sacrificing proximity to their jobs. In about 35 minutes, Marion homeowners can be in San Antonio for work during the week.
But best of all, people buy in Marion because it offers some amazing new home options at a price they can actually afford. Make sure to add this great community to your “Must See” list – homes start in the mid $300s.