Have a look at this gorgeous 1929 Spanish-style home in San Antonio’s historic Monticello Park district.
This vintage beauty was designed by architects Atlee and Robert Ayers – a father/son duo responsible for some of San Antonia’s most well-known landmarks such as the Mcnay Museum, The Municipal Auditorium/Tobin Center, and The Tower Life Building.
This elegant 4 bedroom, 2.5 home is currently listed for sale for $650,000.
The stunning white Spanish-style house has fabulous curb appeal with mature landscaping, recently refreshed exterior paint, and the original tile roof.
From the arched entryway of the wood-carved front door, this home is a delight throughout.
Original ceiling beams and wood floors plus a gorgeous staircase greet us in the entryway.
Off the foyer, is a large formal living room.
The blue sofas (vintage?) look so fabulous in the great room.
A special treat is the decorative-tiled sunroom off the living room.
The original arched windows are divine!
The kitchen had some recent remodeling including new flooring and marble countertops & backsplash.
But it looks like perhaps the original cupboard hinges have been preserved!
The kitchen is large enough to have an eat-in area.
But there is also a formal dining room as well.
Most of the interior doors in the home are original with original hardware.
One of the upper floor bedrooms features French doors out to a small balcony.
The private backyard features a heated pool and hot tub set in a flagstone patio.
There is also a guest casita attached to a garage.
The casita contains a bedroom, kitchen, laundry, and full bathroom.
There is something special about this 1920’s architect-designed home in old San Antonio – hopefully, new owners will appreciate and preserve its architectural integrity!