A home has hit the market for $1 million in San Antonio's Lavaca neighborhood that has some unusual features — even by the standards of its high-character south-of-downtown location.
The home, built in 1910, includes a Dale Chihuly-inspired glass chandelier blown by San Antonio artist Craig Clingan in its foyer, and exposed wood offers a rustic touch to the high-ceiling of the living area. Meanwhile, a second-story tiled patio offers a view of the downtown skyline with the Tower of the Americas front and center.
The three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath property was renovated in 2019 and includes a new roof along with redone electrical, plumbing and air conditioning, according to its property listing.
This home is listed by Aden J. Stiles
with Keller Williams Heritage.
All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.