November 23, 2022

A historic San Antonio home once carved up into rental units is restored and back on the market

A two-story home in the King William Historic District that's been restored after spending decades carved into rental units has hit the market for $875,000.

Built in 1900, the four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath property was long used as rental, newspaper clippings show. However, it's since been returned to use as a single-family home, complete with a full restoration of its long-leaf pine floors, according to its sales listing.

The reno appears to have focused on keeping the house's turn-of-the century charms intact, including transoms over some of its interior doors and period-appropriate cabinetry. Stained glass adorns the door to one of its water closets.

"This home has been updated without changing the historic beauty," the listing notes.

This home is listed by Kimberly Fulton with Double K Real Estate.

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A historic San Antonio home once carved up into rental units is restored and back on the market
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A historic San Antonio home once carved up into rental units is restored and back on the market
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A historic San Antonio home once carved up into rental units is restored and back on the market
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A historic San Antonio home once carved up into rental units is restored and back on the market
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A historic San Antonio home once carved up into rental units is restored and back on the market
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A historic San Antonio home once carved up into rental units is restored and back on the market
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A historic San Antonio home once carved up into rental units is restored and back on the market
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A historic San Antonio home once carved up into rental units is restored and back on the market
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A historic San Antonio home once carved up into rental units is restored and back on the market
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A historic San Antonio home once carved up into rental units is restored and back on the market
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