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Top 10 San Antonio Zip Codes with High Ceilings
Did you have trouble getting that tree to fit in the house this year? Wish you could have picked out a larger tree, but didn’t because you knew your tree-topper would scrape across the ceiling?
Given the season, we thought this week would be the perfect time to highlight the top ten San Antonio zip codes with high ceilings.
What is a high ceiling?
So why have a high ceiling?
Often, you may notice that ceilings are higher in gathering areas than they are in private areas of your home. This is due to the fact that higher ceilings are supposed to make the room more airy and roomy while lower ceilings create a more intimate atmosphere.
High ceilings make the home feel more welcoming to guests.
What else does my ceiling affect?
Often, your lighting is chosen based on the height of your ceiling. If you like chandeliers and other hanging fixtures, a higher ceiling is probably best for you.
Now that you have some background information, we give you the top 10:
Northeast of downtown San Antonio, this zip code is one of the most popular areas of the city. Market information from February 2012 – July 2012 shows that 85.1% of the homes had high ceilings. The data also shows that homes are fairly young, at an average age of 19. On average, homes sold for a little under $325,000. See more data about 78248 by clicking the image.
Another newer area of town, most of the homes in 78257 were built in 2002, and according to market data between February 2012 and July 2012, homes were sold for a little over $620,000. During the given time period, 83.7% of homes on the market had high ceilings. Find out more about 78257 by clicking on the image.
Located in Boerne, a smaller city slightly north of San Antonio, MLS market data from February 2012 – July 2012 shows that 82.3% of the homes had a high ceiling. On average, homes in 78015 were sold for $376,426 during the stated time period. Learn more about 78015 by clicking on the image.
This zip code is on the north side of San Antonio. The average age of homes listed on MLS between February and July of this year was 11, and homes were sold for an average of $310,117. If high ceilings are on the top of your priority list, a little over 80% of the homes listed said they had high ceilings. Click on the image to see more information about 78258.
This zip code is in the northern part of the city. Market data from July 2012 shows that 76% of homes listed on MLS had high ceilings. Homes were sold at an average of $344,329, and the average age of homes was only 9 years old. See more statistics about 78256 by clicking on the image.
This zip code is at the northern most part of San Antonio, close to TX 281 and Loop 1604. Between February and July 2012, 78.5% of homes listed on MLS said they had high ceilings. Click on the map to see more data about 78260.
Another northern San Antonio zip code, 78266 is close to Schertz. Between February and July, a little under 78% of the homes listed on MLS in the area said they had high ceilings. See more information about 78266 by clicking on the map.
This zip code is slightly north of Helotes, and 75.5% of the homes listed on MLS said they have high ceilings. Click on the map to view more information about 78255.