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Asked by michaelryanhawkins, San Antonio, TX Thu Dec 26, 2013

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Sue Baillio, Agent, San Antonio, TX
Fri Dec 27, 2013
So glad to hear that you love San Antonio and it's history and culture. Wonderful older areas in San Antonio are going through the re- gentrification process as we speak, bringing back to life some of the most loved essence of "older San Antonio". In these areas you will find lots of the character that you are looking for in the restaurants, live music venues, bars and eclectic "hang outs".

I have shown properties in this areas multiple times. You can find houses, lofts, condo and townhomes - housing to fit many different needs.

Contact me directly and I will be happy to email you available housing in these areas so you can become more familiar with what we have to offer.

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Sandy Mushin…, Agent, San Antonio, TX
Fri Dec 27, 2013
It sounds like you would really like the King William/ Southtown area! These areas are known for it's older homes and proximity to downtown. Southtown is particularly trendy and has many dining, bar, and nightlife choices. There are also many events held here through out the year. You may also be interested in the Alta Vista/ Monte Vista area. It is also close to down town and has a variety of older homes at many different price points. Take a look at the neighborhood info and homes for sale and for rent here:…

Let me know if you have any questions or need any assistance in finding a home in either one of these places!

Sandy Mushinski
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Dan Balcar, Agent, San Antonio, TX
Thu Dec 26, 2013
Depending on your budget and musical tastes, if you want an older home, you might enjoy either Highland Park/Pecan Valley on the Southeast Side or South Presa/Blue Star area just south of Downtown. You can also look at the Jefferson area around Fredericksburg Road and Alta Vista/Monte Vista/ just north of Downtown (though it is pricey). The 78216 zip code along 281 also has nice older homes.

For a more modern home and a wider selection of clubs and restaurants, the North Central area along the 281 corridor is the place to be. But there are many nice areas across the city.

Because you have no kids, I would avoid the Alamo Heights area, where you will pay a huge premium for a school district you wont use.

Let me know what area you are going to work in and I can give you a better idea. Click on my photo to email me.

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