King William

Settled by German immigrants in the 1840s, the King William Historic District is one of the city’s most picturesque neighborhoods, bound by the river to the west and South St. Mary’s to the east. South Alamo Street serves as a commercial corridor between the pecan tree-lined residential streets with carefully restored Victorian-era mansions and a mix of locally owned small businesses, galleries, lively pubs and restaurants.

The King William neighborhood is rich in history and cultural diversity. The area includes three local and national historic districts, as well as properties individually recognized for their historical significance. The neighborhood offers bed and breakfasts, art galleries, restaurants, and a thriving commercial corridor known as Southtown.

The King William Historic District is located just south of downtown San Antonio, about 1 mile from the Alamo, on the Mission Trail Corridor. Street boundaries are E. César Estrada Chávez (formerly Durango), S. Flores, S. Alamo, Eagleland and S. Presa. A visit would be well spent at hot spots, like Rosario’s, now in its 15th year of serving a contemporary twist on Mexican food, super arty Liberty Bar or Blue Star Contemporary Arts Center.

Homes in King William vary drastically on price with consideration to the condition a property is in. The prices can range from the low $100,000 to well over $1 million.

Children who live in the King William Area are zoned to attend school in the San Antonio Independent School District.

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