November 20, 2020

This restored 1930s home for sale in San Antonio has a front-porch view of Woodlawn Lake

Front porches are the bomb, especially when they come with an amazing view. In the case of this colorful 1930s craftsman, the view is of Woodlawn Lake, and that's certainly hard to beat.

But forgetting the porch and its cool swing for a moment, this three-bedroom, two-bath home has got plenty more going for it. The open floor plan creates one continuous spacious between the inviting living area and a modern kitchen with a stylish breakfast bar. And how cool is staggered geometric pattern in the window frames?

The home, listed for $345,000, also includes a sizable backyard for a near-downtown property. But with views of Woodlawn Lake, its ducks and its lighthouse, something tells us many buyers would prefer to spend time out front.

This home is listed by Denise Bocanegra with Keller Williams Heritage.

All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.
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This restored 1930s home for sale in San Antonio has a front-porch view of Woodlawn Lake
This restored 1930s home for sale in San Antonio has a front-porch view of Woodlawn Lake
This restored 1930s home for sale in San Antonio has a front-porch view of Woodlawn Lake
This restored 1930s home for sale in San Antonio has a front-porch view of Woodlawn Lake
This restored 1930s home for sale in San Antonio has a front-porch view of Woodlawn Lake
This restored 1930s home for sale in San Antonio has a front-porch view of Woodlawn Lake
This restored 1930s home for sale in San Antonio has a front-porch view of Woodlawn Lake
This restored 1930s home for sale in San Antonio has a front-porch view of Woodlawn Lake
This restored 1930s home for sale in San Antonio has a front-porch view of Woodlawn Lake
This restored 1930s home for sale in San Antonio has a front-porch view of Woodlawn Lake