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Upscale living at Cibolo Canyon Apartments for Rent in San Antonio, Texas!
North of San Antonio, amidst nature at its finest, you will find Cibolo Canyon Apartments in San Antonio, TX. Wildflowers and babbling brooks are cradled in the naturally sculpted canyons that surround our 2800-acre master planned apartment community of choice. Our 4,400 square-foot full-service Clubhouse offers every convenience imaginable as well as superior customer service. Our San Antonio apartments are just minutes from two golf courses designed by Pete Dye and Greg Norman, rounding out the myriad of activities that surround your San Antonio apartment home. Within your community you can also enjoy a Starbucks Internet Cafe after relaxing in the dry sauna or resort-style swimming pool. Be amazed at our spacious apartment homes and distinct single family homes that are unique to our community. Cibolo Canyon Apartments in San Antonio, TX has the truly unique combination of upscale living with resort experiences to enhance your daily lifestyle. Call now for our current availability.
Lease terms are variable. Please inquire with property staff.
Pet Policy: Maximum 2 pets per apartment. $15.00 pet rent. $350 pet deposit. Restrictions: Cibolo Canyon is a pet friendly community that welcome two pets per apartment home. There is a Pet Deposit ranging from $350 - $500. Monthly Pet Rent ranges from $15-$20. Breed Restrictions - Pit Bull, Rottweiler, and Chow or any mix of more than 20% will not be allowed (all municipality laws apply to other breeds). Please call our community for complete pet policy details and restrictions.
Dogs Allowed. Cats Allowed. Pets Accepted. Call for service animal policy.
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They did not care about residents
June 23, 2014
The Towers is clean, well - maintained community. It is a smaller size community which lends to the overall e Read Morexclusivity.
June 22, 2014
Where to begin... The trash shoot seemed like an excellent idea at first, however, considering the temperature Read More in Texas does get pretty high, you can only imagine what it smells like when the trash is left sitting piled up in it for a while. There is no ventilation except back to the building and that is exactly what the building smells like. But nothing trumps the extremely poor customer service, not to exclude the regional manager. It is everything but the so much advertised 5 star service.
December 31, 2013