February 19, 2021

The seller of this San Antonio home spent $200,000 to renovate it into a stylish '70s palace

When it came to home decor, the 1970s aren't always remembered fondly. After all, plywood paneling, shag carpet and macrame wall hangings haven't exactly aged well.

But a San Antonio homeowner spent roughly $200,000 making sure this 1977 dwelling in the Northern burbs was anything but a tacky throwback to the Me Decade. The fully renovated four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath property manages to embrace funky '70s architectural style without the dated baggage.

Listed for $449,975, the property includes a massive two-story living area, complete with a loft, plus plenty of natural light and slanted ceilings sprinkled throughout the home. The back of the two-story property includes not just a massive wooden deck but a separate balcony overlooking it.

Let's take a look.

This home is listed by Carmen Bean with eXp Realty, LLC.

All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.
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The owner of this snazzy 1970s San Antonio home for sale spent $200,000 on upgrades
The owner of this snazzy 1970s San Antonio home for sale spent $200,000 on upgrades
The owner of this snazzy 1970s San Antonio home for sale spent $200,000 on upgrades
The owner of this snazzy 1970s San Antonio home for sale spent $200,000 on upgrades
The owner of this snazzy 1970s San Antonio home for sale spent $200,000 on upgrades
The owner of this snazzy 1970s San Antonio home for sale spent $200,000 on upgrades
The owner of this snazzy 1970s San Antonio home for sale spent $200,000 on upgrades
The owner of this snazzy 1970s San Antonio home for sale spent $200,000 on upgrades
The owner of this snazzy 1970s San Antonio home for sale spent $200,000 on upgrades
The owner of this snazzy 1970s San Antonio home for sale spent $200,000 on upgrades