A 1935 Spanish Revival-style home once owned by San Antonio socialite Ida A. Williams, according to newspaper archives, has hit the market with a price tag of just over $1 million.
Williams, who died in 1974, was a member of the San Antonio Symphony Society, the San Antonio Women's Club and the Conservation Society, among other civic organizations, according to her obituary. She also was the founded and organizer of the Woman's Club of Rock Springs and a director of the First National Bank of Sonora.
We're guessing the three-bedroom, three-bath Olmos Park home has undergone considerable renovation since Williams' day, but it certainly bears elements that display the style and charm of San Antonio's Gilded Age. Rounded Art Deco-style archways connect the living areas, a coffered wooden ceiling rises above the master bedroom and wooden flooring runs throughout.
The property also boasts what its sales listing calls "intricate" hand-carved wood doors on both its main entrance and that of a backyard casita. A tile roof, Honduran Mahogany wooden gates and a brick driveway and courtyard complete the exterior's Spanish Revival flair.
This home is listed by Nancy Oberman
with Phyllis Browning Co.
All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.