San Antonio, Texas. Mi casa es su casa!

4 exchanges
Primary residence
6 Sleeps
3 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
2 double beds
2 simple extra beds


Peter has described his/her home in English.

What you will love about this home

Come visit historic San Antonio, Texas, the “most romantic city in the United States” and visit the

What you will love in the neighborhood

This is in a quiet, safe, lovely residential neighborhood in the suburbs of San Antonio, Texas.

We offer a beautiful, spacious 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath tri-level home with large fenced yard in a quiet suburban neighborhood. This is a private modern home with a large, fully-equipped eat-in kitchen,including all appliances (stove, oven, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, small appliances); the home also has a washer and dryer, central heat/air-conditioning, Wi-Fi and a two-car garage. The large master en suite bedroom has a queen-sized bed; the large adjoining bathroom has a double vanity and a walk-in shower, as well as a separate sunken bathtub. The second bedroom contains a queen-sized bed; and the third bedroom has a single bed that can fold out into a double.

There are lots of deer and other wildlife in the area. The deer bed down in the lawns around the neighborhood.

Additional information

Voted the most romantic city in the United States in 2014 by "Open Table," the world’s leading provider of on-line restaurant reservations, San Antonio is also known for its relaxed lifestyle and hospitality. A multi-cultural, historic city, San Antonio is unique in Texas and the United States. Among its many attractions are the Spanish Governor’s Mansion, the Alamo and the magnificent Riverwalk that attracts tourists from all over the world. The Mexican flavor of San Antonio is exemplified in a visit to El Mercado Mexican Market for shopping its Mexican wares or enjoying a romantic Mexican meal while being serenading by mariachis playing. Quaint La Villita, the setting for "Fiesta" on the San Antonio River, has many art galleries, glassblowing and other sites overlooking the River. If you are in San Antonio from April 10-27, you might take in some of the activities scheduled during the famous annual two-week "Fiesta." San Antonio also has several museums and other cultural venues available, such as the San Antonio Symphony, theaters, movie theaters, jazz festivals and lots of dancing venues, including a lively latin and country-western dancing scene. Blue Star Art Complex and ArtPace each offer a venue for local and international contemporary art. There are numerous excellent restaurants all over the city, including along the river. For children and the young-at-heart, Fiesta Texas and Sea World provide "all-day" adventures and entertainment. The Pearl Brewery complex and HemisFair, with its Institute of Texan Cultures and Tower of the Americas, are definitely worth a visit. Brackenridge Park offers a wonderful out-door natural-habitat zoo. Its cypress-covered riverbanks and picturesque sunken tea gardens are "must sees" for any tourist. If you are a basketball fan, San Antonio is home to the "San Antonio Spurs." There is never "nothing to do" in San Antonio. Near San Antonio, you can visit the beautiful Texas "Hill Country," where there are many world-class vineyards and wine-tasting venues. A short distance from San Antonio, you can explore several quaint Texas towns, such as the old German communities of Boerne and Fredericksburg, as well as the "Cowboy Capital of the World, Bandera, and quaint Luckenbach and Gruene, to name a few. The scenic Guadalupe River runs through the Hill Country and provides inner-tube floating and kayaking. Near San Antonio are several lakes and underground "live" caves for the spelunkers. For water-lovers, there is Schitterbahm Water Park. If you love to shop, San Antonio has plenty to offer with its many high-end malls spread throughout the city. Also you might want to visit the huge outlet malls in San Marcos. A three-hour drive from San Antonio will take you to Mexico or to beautiful Padre Island with its miles of white-sand beaches. From the port city of Galveston you can take a cruise to Mexico and the Caribbean. A short drive north gets you to the Texas Capital of Austin, with its world-renowned music scene. A world-class tourist destination with 26 million visitors annually, San Antonio is the seventh largest city in the United States and the second largest city in Texas, Our city has an a lot to offer. Whether you exchange with us or not, don’t miss it!!

Deposit 1400 €
Insurance Required


Washing machine
Microwave oven
Heating system
Disabled access
Baby gear
Swimming pool
Parking space
Cleaning person
Balcony / terrace

House rules

Smokers welcome
Pets welcome
Children welcome
Dog to feed
Cat to feed
Plants to water



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