The exterior of this remodeled home in SA's historic King William neighborhood sticks close to the way it likely looked when it was built in 1896.
But take a peek inside, and it's clear the designer behind the 2018 remodel of this three-bedroom, two-bath property wasn't afraid to add a fresh twists to what a classic home can look be.
The first thing that caught our eye was the conversion of the living, dining and kitchen areas into a long open area that resembles the sanctuary of one of San Antonio's Spanish Missions. Check out the majestic high ceiling and thick wooden support beams to see what we mean.
The reimagined kitchen in the $465,000 home is also a stunner, thanks to modern cabinetry and appliances that mingle with vintage-style tile work, light fixtures and wall shelves. The exposed brickwork and multiple fireplaces also keep the stylish interior in touch with the house's pre-1900s roots.
This home is listed by Danny Charbel
with Keller Williams City View.
All photos and listing info via Realtor.com
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