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8 Beautiful Northwest San Antonio Homes Available for Under $200k 

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Whether you're looking to move into a starter home, downsize or just want a fresh start in a new place and don't feel like getting yourself into an outrageous mortgage, we've got some houses on the city's Northwest side of town for you to consider.

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6607 Huebner Road

This 1,786 sq. ft. single-story home can be found in Leon Valley.
Enter the home and you'll find a sitting area in the front of the home.
Walk a few more steps and you'll find this super open floorplan.
The living room and kitchen area blend together, but you'll hardly be able to notice with plenty of space.
The kitchen, with all new appliances and an electric stove, offer plenty of space for organization.
This elevated platform will offer fun options for your bed or maybe a dedicated space for an office in your bedroom.
Separate sinks and plenty of counter space? Yes please!
This shower looks like it could get steamy in there.
This 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home is sprawled out across more than 1,700 sq. ft., so you know it's spacious as can be.
The patio could use improving, but it has potential for some great parties.
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Don't let this sloped backyard turn you off. This home is practically a steal.
7006 Forest Pine St.

This 1,453 sq. ft. home sits in the heart of Leon Valley, close to Evers Road.
You'll appreciate the new flooring, which has been replaced in the entire home.
The granite countertops add a splash of color to the muted tones of the home.
With all new appliances in the kitchen, it'll be an easy feat to cook up a storm.
Here you'll find three bedrooms and two bathrooms with fresh paint in the interior and exterior.
You'll also enjoy the fact that this 1974 home is not part of a homeowners association.
There's plenty of space for little ones to run around. Or maybe add some outdoor seating.
7238 Burns Crossing

Not too far from Bandera Road, this 1,218 sq. ft. home sit on a 5,367 sq. ft. lot.
This open floor plan may be a tight squeeze, but can make for a beautiful starter home.
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The stainless steel appliances and tile backdrop portray a modern vibe.
The master bedroom's vaulted ceilings give off a grand appearance.
While there isn't a double sink in the master bathroom, there is plenty of counter space.
This home includes 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms.
This overhead cabinet is sure to come in handy.
New grass has also been installed to this home.
7215 Bridle Path

This 1,450 sq. ft. home sits not too far from the Huebner/Evers intersection.
Walk through the front doors and you'll find a spacious living room for the whole family to enjoy.
The kitchen may be a tight squeeze, but it has all the essentials.
The dining room is just the right size for a long buffet style table.
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There are three bedrooms...
...and two bathrooms. This trendy shower stall looks cozy.
These windows will give plenty of natural light.
These countertops are divine.
The grass may not be much, but the size of this yard more than makes up for it.
9003 Hetherington Drive

This spacious home, close to Bandera Road, is just over 2,000 sq. ft.
The front sitting room features an elegant, but modest chandelier.
The high ceilings make the living room appear even larger than it already is.
The cabinets could use some work, but at least you'll have plenty of counter space.
The dining room is just the right size for the bare essentials and maybe a bit more decorations or furniture.
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The master bedroom offers enough space for a king size bed and plenty of open floor space.
The master bathroom, meanwhile, includes double sinks and a private toilet area.
Leading to the backyard, you can use this space as a bar area or an open office.
This edgy yard design is a mixture of patio and grass, which leaves plenty of room for creativity. Perhaps a cabana area?
26 Lockspring

This 1,620 sq. ft. home inches closer to Loop 1604, close to Braun Road.
The living and dining room are connected, visible when you first walk in.
The kitchen features an island and small breakfast area for busy weekday mornings.
The master bedroom offers plenty of natural lighting.
This home features 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths.
That tree looks like it's missing a swing.
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8622 Sunny Oaks

This 1,248 sq. ft. home has plenty of personality with this paint job.
Located between Bandera and Tezel roads, this one-story home keeps it basic but sufficient.
The kitchen cabinets give off an authentic rustic aesthetic.
The tiled master bedroom gives just the right amount of space.
The master bathroom has the necessities and convenient spaces for organization.
This home features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
The backyard has plenty of unique features, plus the detached garage is special treat.
4035 Big Meadows St.

This 1,192 sq. ft. home may not look like much on the outside, but major upgrades have this Vance Jackson-area home looking modern.
The living room features brand new tile flooring.
The kitchen cabinets have all been replaced, which goes perfectly with the quartz countertops.
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This industrial-style faucet will make washing dishes an easy task.
This home features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
These closets are perfect for fashionistas with an abundance of clothes, shoes and accessories.
Both bathrooms feature custom walk-in showers with nooks for storage.
While you may not have much of a front yard, you will have a super convenient driveway that allows you to come and go without backing out.
6607 Huebner Road

This 1,786 sq. ft. single-story home can be found in Leon Valley.

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