August 05, 2021

A restored San Antonio home from 1911 comes with three balconies — and plenty of downtown views

It takes a lot of chairs to fill a deep veranda that wraps around two sides of this home that recently went on the market in San Antonio's Denver Heights neighborhood for $650,000.

Located two blocks from Pittman-Sullivan Park, the house's three balconies — including one on the roof — seem tailor made for taking in sunsets over the downtown San Antonio skyline. And if mosquitos start to bite, there’s a large screened-in porch out back to bring the outdoors inside.

Built in 1911, the property also has a San Antonio rarity: a basement. Unlike the rest of the house, the subterranean room is unfinished, giving new owners a blank slate. Everything, including a lavish kitchen, has been updated in recent years.

This home is listed by Anna L. Hernandez with Lifetime Real Estate Services.

All photos and listing info via Realtor.com
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A restored San Antonio home from 1911 comes with three balconies — and plenty of downtown views
A restored San Antonio home from 1911 comes with three balconies — and plenty of downtown views
A restored San Antonio home from 1911 comes with three balconies — and plenty of downtown views
A restored San Antonio home from 1911 comes with three balconies — and plenty of downtown views
A restored San Antonio home from 1911 comes with three balconies — and plenty of downtown views
A restored San Antonio home from 1911 comes with three balconies — and plenty of downtown views
A restored San Antonio home from 1911 comes with three balconies — and plenty of downtown views
A restored San Antonio home from 1911 comes with three balconies — and plenty of downtown views
A restored San Antonio home from 1911 comes with three balconies — and plenty of downtown views
A restored San Antonio home from 1911 comes with three balconies — and plenty of downtown views