A 1905 fixer-upper just went on the market in San Antonio's King William Historical District 

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San Antonio's venerable King William neighborhood is the crown jewel of the city's historical districts and houses seldom come on the market there without a steep — and we do mean steep — price tag.

That's why this $479,220 fixer-upper caught our eye.

No, that's still not cheap. However, it's far less than the million-dollar listing price often seen for big homes in King William. And this 1905 two-story colonial is indeed big: 2,600 square feet, six bedrooms and five baths.

The hardwood floors look like they need refinishing, the interior need some brightening up, and what's with that pink and sea foam green exterior paint job? But check out that front porch and amazing deck.

Surely, there's a do-it-yourselfer ready to pounce and have the next stately old home in the 78210.

This home is listed by Dave Morris with Excel Realty Group LLC.

All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.
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