San Antonio Homes for Sale

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San Antonio Featured Listings

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1534 Pimpernel, Bexar County

"This home has it all!!! "
$599,000 USD
"Pocket Listing!!!"
Style Single Story
Type Residential
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$165,000 USD
Size 2675 sq. ft.
Type Residential
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$229,700 USD
Size 1927 sq. ft.
Type Residential
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15511 Long Creek, Green Spring Valley (SABOR)

"Sought After Green Spring Valley"
$225,261 USD
Size 2097 sq. ft.
Style 2 Story
Type Residential
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$189,900 USD
Size 2961 sq. ft.
Type Residential
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$179,000 USD
Size 2121 sq. ft.
Style 2 Story
Type Residential
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$164,900 USD
Size 2125 sq. ft.
Type Residential
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$160,000 USD
"Home Builders/Developers"
Style Lot / Land
Type Farm and Ranch
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$154,900 USD
Size 1582 sq. ft.
Type Residential
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$153,000 USD
Size 1688 sq. ft.
Type Residential
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$127,000 USD
Size 1191 sq. ft.
Style Ranch
Type Residential
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$103,000 USD
Size 87338 sq. ft.
Type Lots and Land
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$97,000 USD
Size 1720 sq. ft.
Type Residential

San Antonio Community

San Antonio Texas, home of the Alamo, River walk and more, is the second largest city in the state of Texas and the seventh largest city in the United States! The gateway to the American Southwest, and is a city with cultural and geographical gateways to South Texas and more. The population continues to grow, due to the diverse opportunities and the growing military communities of Fort Sam Houston, Lackland AFB, Randolph AFB, Camp Bullis, and Kelly AFB (now known as Port San Antonio).   The city is also home for the South Texas Medical Center, the only medical research and care provider in the South Texas region.

San Antonio gets its name from the Portuguese St. Anthony from when the Spanish expedition stopped here in 1691.   The city continues to thrive with its multicultural and Latino influences. Famous for its River Walk, the Alamo, Tejano culture, The McNay Art Museum, Six Flags Fiesta Texas, SeaWorld San Antonio, and the San Antonio Spurs! The list goes on and on.
San Antonio continues to experience steady population growth; the population has nearly doubled in 35 years and approximately 2+ million.   One of the best known landmarks, the Alamo, is a former Roman Catholic mission and fortress compound. It’s maintained as a shrine and museum located in the heart of downtown, and provides for a great tourist attraction. The city’s nickname is “The Alamo City.”
The weather here can change from dry to humid depending on the wind. Hot during the summer and mild winters, make this an ideal place to live. Snow is rare, about once every four years. The average weather temperature during the summer months is around 95 degrees. The coolest time of the year is January, where you may have a few below 0 nights.
San Antonio is also home of one of the largest military concentrations in the United States. Fort Sam Houston is on the city’s northeast side hosts Brooke Army Medical Center, the focus of the U.S. Army’s medical command and training functions. On the west side, you have Lackland Air Force Base, which is one of the world’s largest training complexes. It’s known as the U.S. Air Force basic military training, and follow-on technical training for many of the Air Force Specialties. On the Far Northeastern side is Randolph AFB, which offers pilot and navigator training, and is the HUB of the personnel center. 
With it's many attractions, abundant job opportunities, and a wide range of professional sports, San Antonio truly is a great place to visit or live!