Part of the Joint Base San Antonio, Lackland AFB was begun in 1941 during the Second World War, it also served as part of America's early-warning radar system during the Second World War and Cold War. Staffed with training Air Force Personnel, it has a long and prestigious history in service to our country.
On the opposite side of San Antonio city center from Fort Sam Houston, Lackland AFB arguably has a more beautiful local area, with the Gateway Hills Golf Course nearby, as well as the Pearsall Park to the South. A variety of delicious local restaurants are available off-base, including residents favorites like El Coqui Restaurant, Yorky's Taco House, and Brenda's Burgers. Endless other dining options are to be found throughout the city. Personnel and those living near Lackland AFB also enjoy quick and convenient access to many of the best parts of San Antonio, such as the various theatres, the museums, including the McNay Art Museum, Buckhorn Saloon & Museum, the Texas Rangers Museum, and various cultural attractions like the San Antonio Zoo and Majik Theatre for children. River Walk and the historic Alamo are also near Lackland AFB, and the base is very close to SeaWorld as well. Six Flags Fiesta Texas, Splashtown, and other great amusement parks are also available in the area! Residents of Lackland AFB also enjoy the great shopping options that abound at San Antonio’s many malls and outlets.
Housing on Lackland AFB is not for sale, but there are a number of housing options just off-base. A few lots are available at very low prices, while small houses start at $70,000 and feature 3 beds and and 1 bath on a 900 square foot lot. Larger, higher quality homes are also available for around $200,000 and have 3 beds, 3 baths on 2000 square feet.
If you are interested in a home near Lackland AFB, a cornerstone of our nation's security, contact us today!