San Antonio, TX - Live Oak, TX - Auburn Hills at Woodcrest

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San Antonio, TX – Live Oak, TX – Auburn Hills at Woodcrest


Are you looking for a home that is close to everything and provides a family friendly atmosphere?  Then your search has led you to Auburn Hills at Woodcrest. 

Auburn Hills at Woodcrest

Located in the city of Live Oak, TX, this community is comprised of one and two story single family homes.  Auburn Hills at Woodcrest is a newer neighborhood and approximately 5 years old.


The community provides a Recreational area that includes a playground for the kids, a basketball court and a pool!!


Auburn Hills at Woodcrest Recreational Facilty

Playground at Auburn Hills at Woodcrest


Homes range from the low $100s-$200s

Model Home, Auburn Hills at Woodcrest


The HOA for the community is approximately $300 annually.  The School District is located in the coveted North East ISD. 

Auburn Hills at Woodcrest is located near the Forum Shopping Center, Randolph Air Force Base and FT Sam Houston.



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Brenda Mullen – San Antonio Texas Real Estate Professional

Brenda Mullen Your San Antonio TX Real Estate Agent
Selling a San Antonio Texas area home involves many steps and having an experienced  San Antonio  Texas Real Estate Agent by your side will make the transaction run a lot smoother. I would love to be your San Antonio Texas Area Real Estate Professional! I assist both buyers and sellers in the San Antonio Texas area with either the purchase and or sale of residential real estate.
As an Accredited Buyer’s Agent, I have received special training to guide and educate you through the entire home buying process. From start to finish, I listen to your needs and desires in what you would like and take the information you give me to find you home.
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Comments (4)

Kathryn Acciari
Arc Home LLC - Shrewsbury, MA
Relationship Manager/Mortgage Loan Originator

Brenda, this looks like a lovely neighborhood.  I wish we had areas like this here in central MA.

Sep 21, 2009 10:42 AM
Brenda Mullen
RE/MAX Access - Schertz, TX
Your San Antonio TX Real Estate Agent!!

Hi Kathryn, Thanks for stopping by.  I bet you have some nice neighborhoods in Central MA too!  My goal is to get to as many neighborhoods that I can this month and blog about them :o)!

Sep 21, 2009 10:57 AM

I was wondering how I could get another copy of the HOA rules and regulations. My grass just won't grow! I've spent so much money on it and it still looks so bad. Do you know if I can take out the grass and put in those pretty stones and rocks for a desert type of motif?

Jul 05, 2010 01:00 PM
Brenda Mullen
RE/MAX Access - Schertz, TX
Your San Antonio TX Real Estate Agent!!

Hi Rhiannon,

Thank you for stopping by!  Here is the phone number for the Home Owner's Association  (210) 545-1888 at Auburn Hills.  They should be able to get you another copy of the covenants that will tell you if you can remove your grass and put in rocks instead.  You may have to get a permission letter from them, but I can't see any reason why they wouldn't let you.  Good luck to you and your yard :o)!


Jul 05, 2010 02:13 PM