This Ivy-Covered Home for Sale in San Antonio Looks Like an English County Manor 

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This Alamo Heights home was built in 1953 but looks more English countryside than American Mid-Century. Maybe it's the manicured ivy that seems to cover nearly every bit of its all-brick exterior, or maybe its the faux bois bridge in the backyard.

Then again, it could be the elegant fireplace and ornate chandelier that give one living area an English parlor feel. Or perhaps it's the pool table, conversation nook and rich wood paneling in another that impart a pub-like atmosphere — it's only missing a dartboard and keg of Guinness.

Whatever the case, the four bedroom, four bath home is on sale for the first time since its original purchase, and there's got to be a deep-pocketed Anglophile out there with $1.68 million sitting around, right?

This home is listed by Jason Glast with Phyllis Browning Company.

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