Cibolo, which means buffalo in Native American is still the same beautiful country town it was 125 years ago. Only now there is Buffalo Crossing.
Built on a section of cotton fields, oak trees and rolling terrain, Buffalo Crossing offers residents quiet, country living close to town. With 50 acres of dedicated park area and nearly 20% of homesites bordering greenbelts, families are just a stone's throw from outdoor relaxation. Designed with a widened turn lane into the community, plenty of cul-de-sacs and a beautiful landscaped entry. Buffalo Crossing creates an environment you'll be proud to call home.
By invitation only, the finest of Central Texas' homebuilders are creating exquisite designs in this family-oriented community. Located in the Schertz-Cibolo Universal City Independent School District, Buffalo crossing students attend the brand new Byron P. Steele high school just minutes away, and are in proximity to the elementary, intermediate and middle schools.
"I remember swimming and fishing in spring fed Cibolo Creek every day."
"I remember the wide open cotton fields. And the little white school house. And the first church by city hall. And..."
- Fredrick "Fritz" Schlather (Great Grandson of Jacob Schlater, founder of Cibolo in 1867)
"I remember everyone riding horses to each other's houses."
We extend the invitation to you to begin making memories in Buffalo Crossing, the friendly neighborhood, just minutes north of downtown San Antionio.
Amenities and Attractions
- Elementary - Wiederstein (1-4)
- Intermediate - Barbara Jordan (5-6)
- Junior High - J. Frank Dobie (7-8)
- High School - Byron P. Steele II (9-12)
- Electric: GVEC Electric
- Water & Wastewater: CRWA
- Cable: Time Warner
- Garbage: Bexar Waste
- 20 minutes to San Antonio International Airport, Outlet Malls and UTSA
- Ten miles from Forum Shopping Center and Rolling Oaks Mall
- Semi-private golf courses just minutes away: Northcliffe and Woodlake
- Retama Park, Class A Racetrack in Metrocom