5,336 sq.ft. main house; 895 sq.ft. apartment (per appraiser).
Built 1913. Designed by Atlee B. Ayres with assistance from George Willis, who worked for Frank lloyd wright. Willis moved to san antonio in 1911, working at first with ayres and later forming his own practice. Willis designed the downtown Milam building.
current owners removed later additions (3,000 +/- sq.ft.) and returned home to its original foot print and glory.
Oak floors (tile in dining and bathrooms). Gorgeous mahogany millwork. Many original fixtures.
bay windows, two fireplaces with fantastic tile work and a stunning staircase with large stained glass window at landing.
Two living & two dining areas. Den and dining overlook sparkling pool.
lots of windows bring in natural light.
remodeled kitchen, pantry and laundry with tons of cabinets and counter space. viking stove.
4 bedrooms & 3.5 bathrooms (not including apartment bedroom and bath).
Upstairs study with fireplace.
private master suite area created by closing large pocket door.
former upstairs sleeping porch, now a workout/yoga retreat with wall of windows.
Surrounded by oak and elm trees, the upstairs bedrooms feel like a tree house.
two bathrooms are original. Jack & Jill bath updated.
fantastic covered patio (approx. 770 sq.ft.) off living creates wonderful flow for entertaining.
Large attic space and a basement.
tile roof. Dark red brick exterior with limestone trim and planter boxes.
two 5-ton hvac units. owners also restored the original boiler system, which can be used to heat home as well.
pool (20x40) added in 2014 with large lueder stone terrace. heated, fountains, auto-constant level, etc.
beautifully landscaped large lot (.73 acres). very private with tall rock wall surrounding sides and back. Sprinkler system.
Driveway leads to Porte Cochere with electric gate.
Two car detached garage with additional storage rooms and a three car carport.
one bedroom apartment (895 sq.ft.) above garage that currently rents for $1,200 mth.
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