Coronado Hills Neighborhood Guide


Coronado Hills is a tranquil, suburban, family-friendly neighborhood bordered by several major local highways and thoroughfares. Although there are not many entertainment or shopping venues here, there are many restaurants. Some say the neighborhood is lacking in character, but it offers good sized homes on relatively large lots and clean, well-maintained streets, for reasonable prices.

The proximity to major highways means commuting is not a problem. Housing is inexpensive, and the quiet, relatively safe environment makes it is a good place for young families.

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Coronado Hills is a small, quiet, residential neighborhood bordered by Hwy. 290, Hwy. 183, and Cameron Rd.,  three major local thoroughfares. It is also not far from I-35. Being near highways means it's easy to commute to other parts of the city, but noise and traffic can be a problem here.

There is not much in the way of nightlife or entertainment, but there are ample dining options. Besides and fast food chains and casual American restaurants like Denny's and Chili's, there are casual ethnic restaurants including Cajun, Chinese, Korean BBQ, and Tex-Mex. South and west of the neighborhood are more Mexican and Tex-Mex places. Additionally, along I-35 to the west are many restaurants and stores.

There are public bus stops in the neighborhood, but most residents find they need a vehicle to get to the rest of the city. Housing is very inexpensive here, well below the city average, making the neighborhood attractive to young families. There is not much green space or parks in the immediate vicinity; however lot sizes are quite large, giving ample space for children and pets to roam. The population is largely Hispanic and includes many families.

The Highland Mall and cinema are located close to the neighborhood just across I-35. Within the neighborhood is Nelson Field, a multi-use stadium used primarily by the local high school football teams as well as soccer teams.

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Nelson Field

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Real Estate and Apartments

The majority of Coronado Hills homes have three bedrooms and were built in the 1970s, with some dating to the 1960s or 80s. Prices are in the low $200K range, well below city average.

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