Shearer Hills is a community about 25 minutes northeast of San Antonio. Major roadways in the area include State Route 1604 (aka the Charles West Anderson Loop) and Interstate 35 (or North PanAm Expressway). The majority of residents in Shearer Hills commute by car.
Residents enjoy a very walkable community with mid-century homes lining the streets and breathtaking views of downtown San Antonio. There are also plenty of rental apartments in the neighborhood.
Students can attend several schools in Shearer Hills. The elementary schools in the neighborhood include Ridgeview Elementary and Dr. Harmon W. Kelley Elementary, as well as Dr. James L. Birch Institute. Nimitz is the local middle school. Five universities serve the students there: Trinity, Texas Lutheran, Texas State, St. Mary's and the University of the Incarnate Word.
You can find independent and local restaurants, as well as several chain restaurants in Shearer Hills.
Residents of this area enjoy beautiful Texas weather all year round. The average high temperatures in the winters stay around 60 degrees Fahrenheit and dips into the 40s for the lows. Summers in Shearer Hills are sunny and warm, reaching an average of 97 degrees in August for the high, and into the mid 70s for the low.