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8 Beautiful San Antonio Homes Available for $175k or Less Right Now 

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The housing market is tough, y'all. But that's not to say that it's impossible to find a reasonably-priced home in San Antonio. Though they may not check off every box for your dream home, there's homes that are relatively affordable and gorgeous to boot. Check them out and make an offer if you're so inspired.

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Located not too far from the Alamodome, this beautiful one-story home has been completely renovated.
The home dates back to the 1930s but includes modern updates – including a new roof, foundation, central AC and heat.
The kitchen features quartz countertops, stylish fixtures and custom tiles in the backsplash behind the stove.
The master bedroom features a walk-in closet.
The washer and dryer go in the master bath. The shower tub may be standard, but it still comes with a bench.
It'll be a tight squeeze, but the master bath features dual sinks.
In total, the home has three bedrooms.
The floors throughout the home are refined wood.
There are two bathrooms here.
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This East Side home is made complete with a large backyard and covered deck.
566 W Wildwood

This 1939 home has been completely remodeled, bringing new life to it.
Though a bit smaller, this is a perfect starter home.
The stainless steel appliances and light fixtures are completely new.
The school feeds into San Antonio ISD, and is part of the Edison community.
There's three bedrooms, just the right size for a couple or family with just one or two rugrats.
On top of an updated central AC system and roof, the windows are energy efficient and the attic haas been checked for insulation.
Here's the bummer: there's only one bathroom.
The garage may be narrow, but it's deep enough to fit two cars.
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This backyard is perfect for hosting the next carne asada.
You can set up some chairs out here and welcome guests to your gorgeous new home.
Located not too far from Olmos Park Terrace, this 1947 home is modern without losing its classic character.
The living room is plenty spacious – perfect if you're a social butterfly.
The kitchen has completely been redone, including modern appliances and a simple decor.
Tucked away off from the living room, this space is plenty roomy.
Like most older homes, you'll find three bedrooms here.
Drawback: there's only one bathroom, but it's beautiful, isn't it?
The bedrooms are pretty spacious in this 1,073 square-foot home.
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Believe it or not, these are actually the original hardwood floors.
This spacious deck is what dreams are made of.
Move in here and you'll be hosting parties every weekend with all this space.
The front porch is just the right size for seasonal decorations or a few chairs.
One step inside and you'll see how the home is completely open.
As if the fireplace isn't enough of a treat, the stone surrounding it is just beautiful.
This Northeast home was built in 1974, but doesn't show its age.
The kitchen has been updated with granite countertops and new cabinets.
There's four bedrooms, all with renovated floors.
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The master bathroom is roomy with dual sinks and space for a vanity.
The secondary bedrooms are plenty spacious too.
Though they may not have walk-in closets, there's plenty of room for organization.
Don't fret here, there's two bathrooms.
While you might not have a grassy backyard, you will have this pool all to yourself.
1538 Fresno

You can unwind before even getting inside the house with this spacious front porch.
You'll see that the hardwood floors are all in tact, leading you throughout the house.
Off from the living room, the dining room will wow guests with this modern light fixture.
Granite countertops and new cabinets have the kitchen feeling fresh.
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The kitchen is plenty spacious too.
The master suite has some privacy from the rest of the home.
There's also three decently-sized bedrooms in this Central Los Angeles Heights home.
And there's room for organization.
Yup, two bathrooms here as well.
There's an extended patio well into the backyard, perfect for basketball games or parties.
Close to the Vance Jackson/I-10 intersection, this 1945 home is nothing like it looks like on the outside.
First of all, these tiles in the kitchen are absolutel forgeous.
Between the kitchen and living room that flows together, you'll have lots of space to decorate.
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Thankfully, the laundry room is inside.
You'll find three spacious bedrooms here.
This bathroom may be a bit cramped, but this shower is absolutely worth it.
We'd never leave the shower if we lived here.
You'll get all the natural light you could ever want in these bedrooms.
Oh yeah, there's also two bathrooms in total.
Room to run around and get together with the family is made easy here.
We'll say it for you: the floors in this 1956 home are just absolutely gorgeous.
And just check out this sliding show that separates the living room from the hallway leading to the bedrooms.
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The living room and kitchen melt together, but without feeling cramped.
The three bedrooms all have new carpet.
There's two bathrooms.
Attention bookworms, there's a study here.
New paint is throughout the home.
You'll enjoy nights out here hanging on the covered patio.
There's also plenty of space for entertaining – you'll have the coolest house in the family.
The garage is detached, though ideal for storage.
And don't worry about parking, there's space in this paved driveway.
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You'll enjoy the privacy being so far away from the street with a large front yard and gated porch.
You might find the colors in this Medical Center-area home a little drab, but that's nothing a little DIY renovations can't fix.
The living space and kitchen area are separated by a bar-style counter.
The kitchen keeps it monochromatic, much like most of the interior.
There's three bedrooms and even a spacious gameroom here.
There's also two bathrooms.
These bedrooms are generously-sized.
This massive covered patio will be your new hangout if you go in on this house.
On nearly a quarter-acre lot, this home is what you want and more.

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