1929 Spanish-Style Home In San Antonio, Texas

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... Continue Reading →

1925 Mediterranean Revival In St. Augustine Florida

This artful and charming Mediterranean Revival style home is located in the historic Fullerwood District of St. Augustine, Florida. The home was built in 1925 and it is currently listed for sale for $669,990. The listing proclaims it is the "highlight of the Historic Fullerwood district." Yes, it is a beautiful property. But what caught... Continue Reading →

A 1928 Spanish Revival in Los Angeles

House Crazy Sarah is a sucker for Spanish Revival Houses. This exquisitely preserved 1928 Spanish Revival is currently for sale in the Hancock Park area of the City of Angels. And look how heavenly it is! The life-sized nearly-nude murals may be a tad disconcerting, but... are kind of cool at the same time. Every... Continue Reading →

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