September 18, 2020

This $1.4 million San Antonio mansion looks like a Mexican hacienda — with an infinity pool

Just because your crazy-expensive mansion looks like a century-old hacienda from the Mexican countryside doesn't mean you can't shake things up by adding an infinity pool to the mix.

That's what one San Antonio property owner decided, anyway.

This $1.4 million, 3,800-square-foot mansion for sale in the Northwestern burb of Grey Forest has everything one would want in an authentic Spanish-style estate. We're talking rugged wooden beams spanning the living area, Saltillo tile, sweeping archways and even a handprinted design on one of its ceilings.

And then there's the not-very-hacienda-like infinity pool, which is bordered by balconies with working fountains and boasts a pretty spectacular view of the 10-acre wooded property.

Maybe the pool feels a little out of place, but you've got to respect the commitment to luxury.

This home is listed by BJ Boyd with Century 21 Northside.

All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.
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This $1.4 million San Antonio mansion looks like a Mexican hacienda — with an infinity pool
This $1.4 million San Antonio mansion looks like a Mexican hacienda — with an infinity pool
This $1.4 million San Antonio mansion looks like a Mexican hacienda — with an infinity pool
This $1.4 million San Antonio mansion looks like a Mexican hacienda — with an infinity pool
This $1.4 million San Antonio mansion looks like a Mexican hacienda — with an infinity pool
This $1.4 million San Antonio mansion looks like a Mexican hacienda — with an infinity pool
This $1.4 million San Antonio mansion looks like a Mexican hacienda — with an infinity pool
This $1.4 million San Antonio mansion looks like a Mexican hacienda — with an infinity pool
This $1.4 million San Antonio mansion looks like a Mexican hacienda — with an infinity pool
This $1.4 million San Antonio mansion looks like a Mexican hacienda — with an infinity pool