This historic San Antonio home once belonged to a Bexar County assistant DA

The white interior and exterior of this 1925 house in the historic Monte Vista neighborhood is a canvas for color and wrought-iron touches throughout. The stairway to the second floor of the Spanish Revival home is a work of art with a corkscrew iron railing and colorful tile risers between gleaming wood stairs.

The corkscrew design repeats itself throughout the house in the pillars of an ornate arched interior entryway and pedestals in the parlor of the $700,000 home. The hardwood floors are original, but there is extensive remodeling for a more up-to-date feel in the bathrooms and the chef’s kitchen.

From 2002 through 2008, the property was home to Clifford C. Herberg Jr., former assistant district attorney in the white-collar division of the Bexar County DA’s office. Herberg this week was named executive director of the Alamo Area Council of Governments.

This home is listed by Tim Allums with Keller Williams Realty-Heritage

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This historic San Antonio home once belonged to a Bexar County assistant DA
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This historic San Antonio home once belonged to a Bexar County assistant DA
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This historic San Antonio home once belonged to a Bexar County assistant DA
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This historic San Antonio home once belonged to a Bexar County assistant DA
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This historic San Antonio home once belonged to a Bexar County assistant DA
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This historic San Antonio home once belonged to a Bexar County assistant DA
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This historic San Antonio home once belonged to a Bexar County assistant DA
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This historic San Antonio home once belonged to a Bexar County assistant DA
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This historic San Antonio home once belonged to a Bexar County assistant DA
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This historic San Antonio home once belonged to a Bexar County assistant DA
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