This Funky, Mid-1800s Home for Sale in San Antonio Includes an Old Stagecoach Stop 

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Let's call this one frontier funky.

This five-acre property for sale in Leon Springs incorporates one of the original Boerne stagecoach stops built in the 1800s, and was expanded several times from 1900 to 1950, forming a sprawling space that's, well, architecturally all over the place.

But that's kind of its eccentric charm.

The antique wooden beams, stone fireplaces and interior brick look like something out of a Western movie. Yet the more recent renovations have given it an open floor plan plus a spacious master bedroom with pine floors. Sure, the kitchen and a few other rooms need updating, but what do you want for $1.2 million?

As the price may indicate, the three-bedroom, two-bath home isn't the only thing nestled in the wooded property. There's also a super-modern office or adjunct living area, replete with an industrial loft-style living area/kitchen plus exposed metal beams and walls decorated with reclaimed wood.

This home is listed by Gary Wolff with Phyllis Browning Company.

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