A Spanish-style mansion is for sale on the road once known as San Antonio's 'million-dollar street' 

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When it was developed roughly a century ago, San Antonians referred to Mary Louise Drive in the Monticello Park neighborhood near Jefferson High School as the "million-dollar street."

While this elegant Spanish-style mansion on Mary Louise is only on the market for about half that amount — $575,000 to be exact — it does look like someone could have sunk a cool million into the remodel.

From the intricately painted architectural detail around the front door to the glossy dark wood floors, there's a real elegance to the property, which was constructed in 1926.

The owner spent more than five years lavishing care on the restoration, which the listing agent describes as a "labor of love." And what's not to love about the four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath home's distinctive exterior, open floor plan and majestic arched entryways?

Let's take a look, shall we?

This home is listed by Maggie Willmoth with San Antonio Keller Williams City View.

All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.
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