The development of Alamo Heights began when the historic Anderson Ranch was bought in 1890. Estate-style homes were constructed, and the Anderson mansion was converted into The Argyle Hotel. Initially connected to downtown San Antonio by a dusty carriage ride or by river in a canoe, increased travel to the area soon necessitated a train line followed by a paved “River Avenue.”
That roadway is now known as Broadway, where 7600 Broadway resides. These days, Alamo Heights is known for its excellent city services, world-class schools and unmatched proximity to everything that living well requires. 7600 Broadway sits at the intersection of a well-designed grid for easy access to every corner of the city and with the property’s unparalleled location, you likely won’t have to venture very far.
“The three most important things in selecting a place to live are location, location, location.”