This mid-century San Antonio home for sale got a makeover, including a mosaic and tile facade 

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The architecture of this two-bedroom, two-bath house in Hollywood Park may have the spare elegance of 1958, but a complete remodel brought it up-to-date features and arty ambiance while keeping many of its distinguishing mid-century lines.

The $450,000 investment property was most recently held by longtime real estate development firm HLH Development, helmed by Harry Hausman, according to public records. Hausman’s developments are in nearly every sector of the San Antonio area, from the South Side to Schertz.

The home's artistically tiled front wall serves as a study in rectangles and gives it a flavor of modern Mexican design. Inside, a flowing work of stained glass brings light and color to the main living area. A curved tile mosaic wall serves as the backdrop for a room-dominating sculpture.

The walk-in closet is a storage-organizer’s dream with dark wood drawers and shelves. And for hot steam fans, the master bath has a wood-lined sauna next to roomy walk-in shower.

The listing estate agent said the eye-catching house was already under contract almost immediately after hitting the market this week. But, hey, those things have been known to change.

This home is listed Holly Floyd with Fathom Realty.

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