SAN ANTONIO TEXAS THE WAY YOU’VE ALWAYS IMAGINED

+INSIDE LADERA+

MASTER PLANNED COMMUNITIES SAN ANTONIO

STAY COOL IN THE POOL AT LADERA’S NEW RESORT-STYLE AMENITY CENTER

Texas summers are always more fun with a pool of your own, and Ladera residents will love having their own piece of paradise. The awe-inspiring amenity center has an expansive pool with walk-in beaches, plenty of shade-covered lounge chairs and a pavilion for picnics. Your family will spend one spectacular summer after another playing, swimming and relaxing here. When looking for homes for sale in Northwest San Antonio, the Ladera amenity center, scheduled for completion in late summer 2018, is certain to help make your decision easier.

HEAD OUT TO EXPLORE THE COMMUNITY’S CREEKSIDE TRAILS

You’ll want to spend as much time as possible discovering the natural wonders of Ladera’s creekside trail system. The Lucas Creek Trail is the main path for the extensive network of trails linking Ladera’s neighborhoods. Throughout the trail system, you’ll find trailheads, scenic lookout spots and convenient seating. Explore the area’s varying terrain as you walk, bicycle, jog or run along the trails.

NORTH RIDGE POCKET PARK PROVIDES ADDITIONAL GREEN SPACE FOR RESIDENTS TO GATHER

Ladera features a pocket park for families to gather, relax, or simply enjoy the outdoors. Fully ADA-compliant, everyone has access to this park neatly tucked into the landscape that is Ladera.

MEDINA VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL WILL BE BUILT WITHIN LADERA

Medina Valley Independent School District has purchased land for an elementary school inside Ladera with a projected 2020 construction start and a fall 2021 opening (subject to change). Your youngest students will have a short commute to school, and you’ll love the convenience of being so close to where they’re spending their days.

NATIVE PLANTS ADD TO LADERA’S UNIQUE APPEAL

The Native Americans and early settlers who once lived near Ladera relied on native plants for a variety of uses. Of course, today, you won’t need them to make your own medicine or build your own fence, but you can enjoy the blooming wildflowers and blossoming trees as you spend time outdoors.
When planning Ladera, Denton Communities carefully considered the wildlife, vegetation, topography and specific environmental features that reflect the heritage of the land and nature. With more than 1,100 acres and a sizeable range of plant diversity, Ladera provides many opportunities for discovery and exploration. You’ll appreciate the rugged beauty of this unique area with features such as rolling views, rock shelters and unique flora and fauna. The native plants that have been catalogued in Ladera include:

SUCCULENTS

  • Nopales
  • Barrel Cactus
  • Pencil Cholla
  • Damianita
  • Horse Nettle
  • Faxon Yucca
  • Threadleaf Yucca
  • Twistleaf Yucca
  • Devil’s Shoestring

GRASSES

  • Muhly Grass
  • Sideoats Grama
  • Feather Grass
  • Little Bluestem
  • KR Bluestem

TREES & SHRUBS

  • Retama
  • Guayacán
  • Mesquite
  • Catclaw Acacia
  • Huisache
  • Mountain Cedar
  • Kidneywood
  • Red Mulberry
  • Little Leaf Hackberry
  • Hackberry
  • Live Oak
  • Mountain Laurel
  • Cedar Elm
  • Pecan
  • Mexican Buckeye
  • Elbow Bush
  • Condalia
  • Texas Persimmon
  • Wright’s Boneset
  • Agarita
  • Roughleaf Dogwood
  • Gum Bumelia
  • Whitebrush
  • Evergreen Sumac

PLANTS & WILDFLOWERS

  • Milk Thistle
  • Statice
  • Frost Weed
  • Poison Ivy
  • Bee Balm
  • Wild Carrot
  • Maypop
  • Yellow Mallow
  • Zarzaparilla
  • Anil de Muerto
  • Senna
  • Ebony Spleenwort
  • Shield Fern
  • Mexican Flowering Fern
  • Bluebonnet