This 1910 home for sale on San Antonio's South Side looks like it could be located in King William 

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While there are plenty of attractive older homes on San Antonio's South Side, not many would be mistaken for the elegant Victorians that populate the downtown area's King William Historical District.

Get ready to check out an exception to that rule.

A 1910 home with colossal pillars, elaborate architectural details and a second-floor balcony has just gone on the market near Mission Concepcion. And its $380,000 price tag is a far cry from the much higher prices folks are paying for similar dwellings in King William.

Beyond its grandiose exterior, the four-bedroom, two-bath property still has many of its original interior features, including exquisite ceiling beams, glass-fronted built-in cabinets and hardwood floors.

Part of the home's timecapsule appeal likely comes down to it being in the same hands for decades. The couple selling the property has owned it continuously for roughly 50 years, according to its listing agent.

This home is listed by Raul Maya with Pinnacle Realty Advisors.

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