This is Alamo Heights ISD! What an opportunity to own property in AHISD for this low price and this house is MOVE-IN READY!! Welcome to "Cementville Ranch" a charming single-story, ranch-style home built in 1960 located in the heart of San Antonio and feeds into the prestigious Alamo Heights Independent School District. The property features three spacious bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms, with a well-laid-out floor plan that offers a unique blend of mid-century character and modern convenience. The cozy kitchen is equipped with essential amenities for an effortless cooking experience, and a breakfast table positioned in front of a large window makes it a gathering place in the home, rather than just a room where one member of the family cooks alone. Adding to the communal space is a screened-in porch accessible from both the kitchen and the primary bedroom, which expands the space of this efficeint home and offers 180-degree views of the lush backyard, enclosed by a new wood privacy fence ensuring tranquility and privacy. A workroom accessible from the screened-in porch houses not only the washer and dryer but also offers ample additional storage space. The covered parking area ensures your vehicle is protected from the elements while the converted one-car garage provides flexibility for an extra bedroom, living space, or office. To facilitate an easy move-in experience for prospective buyers, the seller is conveying essential appliances including refrigerator and washer/dryer along with providing a $5,000 concession. Rest easy knowing that there are no immediate maintenance needs as today marks the installation of a brand-new roof! This home is not just about its structural features but also about offering access to quality education within Alamo Heights ISD - making it an ideal abode for families prioritizing educational excellence and in a thriving community. We named this house the Cementville Ranch to pay homage to the neighborhood that was once located in the area and is a nod to the ranch-style home on the property. Prior to the development of The Quarry Market, the area was the home to Cementville and the Alamo Quarry. The company originally named San Antonio Portland Cement produced cement for buildings, roads, and structures throughout the area. More important than the cement company were the people who worked here and the families who lived here. The company built a neighborhood here where generations of families lived, worked, went to school, and grew up. That neighborhood was called Cementville. Remnants of Cementville stand in the form of steel and concrete smokestacks at the Quarry shopping center today.