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San Antonio offers more than Sea World and Riverwalk...

With its popular modern attractions and natural, romantic setting, the allure of San Antonio captures us all. Near Texas Hill Country, home styles here range from Victorian homes, Spanish villas, Tudor, and even Prairie-style bungalows. The quaint Monte Vista Historic District meets contemporary architecture from Alamo Heights near the Japanese Tea Garden to Beacon Hill just over 2 miles from downtown. Here, you can safely walk your dog at night, hybrid cars park for free, there’s a $200 fine if you’re caught texting while driving, and you’re not taxed by the state on your income or groceries!

Search our featured listings for home pictures and details and call, Frank Bailey at 210-897-9074 or email to visit the homes personally.

It’s the people who make life here superior!

The neighbors are the nicest you’ll ever meet and strangers can always be counted on to offer you a dollar if you find yourself short of money at the check-out counter. This is Texas and there is nothing like South Texas neighborhoods, shopping, and restaurants where living and thriving is what people do here!

Weekends offer a stroll down beautiful Hackberry Street near the Alamodome or float down the Comal and Guadalupe Rivers, listen to live Americana music or watch a pushcart race in Dignowity Hill.

Let me show you the real estate in this diverse area, call Frank Bailey at 210-897-9074 or email.

Cibolo, Texas with canyons, trails, and rivers ...

Historically known for longhorn cattle ranches, Cibolo residential areas sport 3-car garages and front driveways, brick and stone exteriors, multi-level roof lines, affordable homes, condos, manor estates, and acre lots on Green Valley Road. Steep slopes are found along the banks of the Cibolo Creek and river for whitewater rafting (if you dare), kayaking, hiking; there’s a 100-acre Wilderness Trail, horseback riding, picnicking, bird watching along Eagles Nest Trail.

Summer nights are comfortable in the 60s while days stay warm in the 90s; there’s the Natural Bridge of Texas, Eastern Cottontail bunnies, wild coyotes, and alligators. It’s a short commute to Fort Sam Houston and near the Randolph Air Force Base with delightful neighborhoods to explore.

Whether you’re looking for natural acre lots or close-knit neighborhoods, call Frank Bailey at 210-897-9074 or email to show you around.

Schertz

South of Austin, the community of Schertz is a down-home, friendly town with the Bussey Flea Market for bargain hunters (just look for the big armadillo out front), its annual Festival of Angels at Pickrell Park, and the 4th of July Jubilee for fireworks. Schertz also hosts a soccer complex, the YMCA, and the Buffalo Valley Youth Association. The Schlitterbahn Water Park is the place to go for summertime refreshment or watch a game at the new ball field complex. Homes are affordable and comfortable whether you prefer columned-front porches or shaded-oak front yards; lots are available also.

If you’re a first-time homeowner, looking to downsize, or wanting a fantastic deal on a home, condo, or town home, contact Frank Bailey at 210-897-9074 or email.