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6 homes we’re drooling over this month

Browse these dreamy houses currently on the market in San Antonio.

6 homes we're drooling over

Spending the morning watching these homes cycle? Works for us.

Photos via: Coldwell Banker D’Ann Harper, Joyce Klein Realtors, JBGoodwin Realtors, Keller Williams Legacy, Keller William City View, Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty

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If you’re like us — whether you’re in the market for a new home or not — you’ll take any excuse to look at real estate in San Antonio and our surrounding areas.

Here are six stunning homes to take a look at (and swoon over):

  1. Charming open floor plan home in Stonewall Ranch | Listing agent: Eric Christianson, Coldwell Banker D’Ann Harper
  2. Ivy-covered home with pool and wood-burning fireplaces | Listing agent: Shannan Albrecht, Joyce Klein Realtors
  3. Mediterranean-style mansion on a hill | Listing agent: Ruben Cavazos, Texas Premier Realty
  4. Historic farmhouse with front porch and pool | Listing agent: Johnie Borgeson, Compass RE Texas
  5. Swanky modern luxury home | Listing agent: Jason Glast, Phyllis Browning Company
  6. Sophisticated Spanish-style estate | Listing agent: Travis Amaro, Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty

Looking to sell? Get thousands of eyes on your home by listing it in SATXtoday.

Poll

You just won $5M. Which house are you moving into?

  1. Charming open floor plan home in Stonewall Ranch
  2. Ivy-covered home
  3. Mediterranean-style mansion on a hill
  4. Historic farmhouse with front porch and pool
  5. Swanky modern luxury home
  6. Sophisticated Spanish-style estate

Vote here.

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