A major reno rescued this historical home for sale in San Antonio from being a trashed-out duplex 

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It may be hard to imagine from the photos, but this stately 1910 home in San Antonio's Monte Vista Historic District was a rundown duplex not too long ago.

The current owner, who recently listed the property for $795,000, purchased it in 2017 and took on the year-and-a-half renovation needed to return the home to its former splendor, according to listing agent John Barrera.

Looking now, it's hard to understand why someone would ever have carved up the four-bedroom, three-bath property in the first place.

The dark oak flooring and ten-foot ceilings aren't the kind of things one's likely to find in a modern home. Neither are the large decks overlooking both its front and back yards. The reno also left the place with an amazing kitchen with nods to both the old and new, not to mention a foyer with a crystal chandelier.

Let's take a look.

This home is listed by John Barrera with San Antonio Portfolio Keller Williams Alamo Heights.

All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.
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