With its high gables, decorative woodwork and split Dutch-style front door, this home that recently hit the market for $425,000 looks more upper East Coast than puro San Antonio.
Doubling the novelty factor, the 1940 property is located on a historically designated street in Monticello Park, a north-of-downtown neighborhood known more for its mid-century feel than for examples of cute colonial-style architecture.
Not just distinctive from the outside, the four-bedroom, three-bath home's large living room features an impressive vaulted ceiling and archways that lead to other parts of the house. The roomy master bedroom even has its own sitting area and private balcony overlooking the backyard.
Speaking of the back lot, the property also includes a detached casita, a gazebo and an oversized carport for parking an RV.
This home is listed by Michael Lugo
with San Antonio Portfolio Keller Williams Alamo Heights. All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.