San Antonio's King William area has no shortage of beautiful millwork and architectural details, but a home now on the market in that historic district may have some of the most show-stopping woodwork of any in the city.
The front door, which features delicate stained glass work, swings into living area with sweeping ceilings and a regal-looking staircase stained to show off the wood's natural grain. Transoms are located above many of the interior doorways and a beadboard ceiling — again with a natural finish — runs through the kitchen and dining area.
The home was built 1905 for a family member of King William resident Hugo Griesenbeck, who happened to live in the home just to its right. Another bit of trivia: the property to its left is the second-oldest house in King William.
The three-bedroom, three-bath house is on the market for $714,000.
This home is listed by Kristi Maxwell
with Kuper Sotheby's International Realty.
All photos and listing info via Realtor.com