Located just a short walk away from the Pearl, the San Antonio Zoo and the River Walk in the Tobin Hill neighborhood, this home is also located just off Hwy 281 for easy access to virtually all parts of the city. Features include large front and back porch spaces, a finished attic, fireplace and an eat-in kitchen.
This smaller but surprisingly spacious and bright home is located in the up-and-coming Dignowity Hill neighborhood. Within walking distance of the Pearl, Riverwalk and Alamo Beer, this recently updated property includes stainless steel appliances, a great view of the city and proximity to Lockwood Park.
Just having undergone a detailed renovation that preserved some unique architectural features, this charming Craftsman style home located in the historic Government Hill Alliance neighborhood is a great spot. Features include hardwood floors, marble counter tops, porcelain tile,and central HVAC, plus recently updated electrical and plumbing.
Beautifully updated, this home in the affordable Dignowity Hill Historic District is in a great location for young professionals. The house is within easy highway access, an boasts an updated kitchen, newly renovated bathrooms, spacious backyard and a large master suite.
This house was originally a mail-ordered home ,shipped from Sears and Roebuck catalog in 1918. Some of the original floors and fixtures remain, but updates throughout the property, such as the large master bathroom, make this space in the well-located Beacon Hill neighborhood a steal. A large backyard and attached garage are also included with the property.
Located with a Neighborhood Conservation District right alongside the Monte Vista and Fulton Street Historic Districts, and within easy walking distance of downtown, this newly updated property is in the trendy Beacon Hill area. The charming home was built in 1917 and features a fireplace, hardwood and tile flooring and beautiful crown molding.
This property is full of character and is located in the Dignowity Hill district among other unique properties. With the Dignowity Hill farmers market and views of the downtown skyline from the wraparound porch, the house also features a recently repainted interior that boasts 12 foot ceilings, original hardwood floors, chair rail and picture molding and a breakfast bar.
Conveniently located just north of Downtown and a few blocks away from San Pedro Park, this charming home features hardwood floors, an open kitchen with granite countertops, a vaulted ceiling in the master bedroom and a fresh coat of paint throughout.
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