December 23, 2020

The charm of this 1936 home for sale near San Antonio's Woodlawn Lake is all in the wood

There's plenty to like about the quaint exterior of this '30s quaint home near Woodlawn Lake — no denying the cute factor of the daisy-yellow front door and white trim.

But what really grabbed our attention was the current owner's remodel that took the interior of the $319,000 property down to its shiplap in the living and dining area and one of the bedrooms. Exposed wood also gets a bold starring role on the kitchen ceiling and in yet another bedroom.

It's a fearless choice, and maybe not one every homeowner would make, but it certainly adds a rustic charm to the three-bedroom, two-bath property. Almost  as if it's a log cabin plopped down a few miles north of downtown.

This home is listed by Christopher Winstead with Side Inc.

All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.
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The charm of this 1936 home for sale near San Antonio's Woodlawn Lake is all in the wood
The charm of this 1936 home for sale near San Antonio's Woodlawn Lake is all in the wood
The charm of this 1936 home for sale near San Antonio's Woodlawn Lake is all in the wood
The charm of this 1936 home for sale near San Antonio's Woodlawn Lake is all in the wood
The charm of this 1936 home for sale near San Antonio's Woodlawn Lake is all in the wood
The charm of this 1936 home for sale near San Antonio's Woodlawn Lake is all in the wood
The charm of this 1936 home for sale near San Antonio's Woodlawn Lake is all in the wood
The charm of this 1936 home for sale near San Antonio's Woodlawn Lake is all in the wood
The charm of this 1936 home for sale near San Antonio's Woodlawn Lake is all in the wood
The charm of this 1936 home for sale near San Antonio's Woodlawn Lake is all in the wood