New Homes for Sale in San Antonio, TX

LGI Homes offers San Antonio new homes for sale in several area communities. If you are tired of renting in San Antonio, locate new homes in San Antonio by visiting the new home communities below.
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Luckey Ranch Foster Meadows Magnolia Springs Potranco Ranch Talise de Culebra Preserve at Medina Morningside Trails Savannah Place Hightop Ridge
Foster Meadows
East San Antonio
Last Home Available!
Grand Opening
Luckey Ranch
West San Antonio
New Floor Plans Now Available
Magnolia Springs
New Braunfels
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Morningside Trails
New Braunfels
Immediate Move-in Available
Potranco Ranch
West San Antonio (Terrata)
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Exceptional Location
Now Selling
Upgraded Homes Ready for Move-in

San Antonio's Affordable New Construction Home Builder

LGI Homes is proud to offer beautiful new homes in amenity-rich, conveniently located communities in San Antonio, Texas. Each community exemplifies the LGI Homes commitment to service, quality and value, through their stunning new home communities and affordable no money down homes. Enjoy the slower pace, open space and reduced living expense that exists just a short distance from downtown. LGI Homes' San Antonio new home communities offer the best of both worlds: affordable homeownership, and the vibrancy, attractions and amenities of Greater San Antonio. Intersted in moving to San Antonio? Call or visit us today to see what LGI Homes can do for you. 

Foster Meadows - (866) 694-1895 - East San Antonio, Texas
Luckey Ranch - (866) 669 - 8200 - West San Antonio, Texas
Magnolia Springs - (855) 806-2800 - New Braunfels, Texas
Morningside Trails - (855) 806-2800 - New Braunfels, Texas
Potranco Ranch - (855) 871-6400 - West San Antonio (Terrata), Texas
Preserve at Medina - (833) 896-6919 - San Antonio, Texas
Savannah Place - (866) 694-1895 - San Antonio, Texas
Talise de Culebra - (844) 692-4500 - Alamo Ranch, Texas

About San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, Texas ranks as the 7th most populous city in the country with more than 1.5 million people calling it home. San Antonio got its start as a colonial outpost and Spanish mission back in 1718 and is technically the oldest municipality in the state of Texas. That means the city carries with it a proud and rich history celebrating a variety of cultures and backgrounds. When searching for new homes in San Antonio, just know that you’ll be looking in an area full of historical significance.

History plays a big role in one of the biggest tourist attractions in San Antonio, Texas: The Alamo. Located right in downtown San Antonio, The Alamo was the site of the famous Battle of the Alamo. In this battle in 1836, hundreds of men died in a 13-day siege. All the men defending the Alamo mission died in the battle, including Davy Crockett. The battle is what sparked the famous war cry, “Remember the Alamo!” Since that historical event in San Antonio, the Alamo has not only become well known, it’s the most visited tourist attraction in all of Texas with more than 2.5 million people visiting it every year. The Alamo makes for a fascinating stop as you look for new homes in San Antonio.

San Antonio, TX also has the River Walk, another popular tourist attraction. The River Walk consists of a series of walkways that run right alongside the San Antonio River. Along the way, you’ll find a wide variety of restaurants, bars, historic missions, shops, and much more. The River Walk has proven so popular that San Antonio has earned the nickname of “River City.” So as you’re looking for San Antonio houses for sale, don’t forget to take a stroll down the famous River Walk.


Other San Antonio, TX Factoids

Be sure to check out the San Antonio Zoo as you’re searching for the right home for sale in San Antonio. The zoo contains more than 3,500 animals and is the 3rd largest zoo in the country.

It can get hot in San Antonio, Texas, but the locals do have a history of staying cool. San Antonio was the first city in the country to have an air-conditioned high-rise building, hotel, bank, and Catholic church.

In the San Antonio River you’ll find Marriage Island, and as you’ve probably guessed, it’s where a lot of couples get married. More than 200 couples exchange vows on the island each year.

Another famous attraction in San Antonio, TX is the Tower of Americas. It’s a 750-foot tall tower that opened back in 1968. It’s the tallest building in the city, meaning you can see it from pretty much anywhere as you’re traveling around San Antonio.

The San Antonio Art Museum is unique in that it was converted from an old brewery. Now it offers more than 30,000 pieces of art for you to look at.

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