Landscape architect John S. Troy has won multiple awards for his work, and as board president of the San Antonio Botanical Garden, he helped oversee the development of an eight-acre expansion of the facility.
Troy's green thumb is also evident in the beautiful grounds surrounding a striking two-story Victorian home in San Antonio's historic King William neighborhood recently listed for $2 million.
Troy served as the most recent landscape architect for the 1904 property, according to its sale listing. The four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath home is "situated along the King William parade route" just a block from the River Walk, according to the description.
As could be expected, the 2,700-square foot home is encircled by lush greenery, enjoyable from its enormous wraparound balcony or a park bench placed in the front garden.
This home is listed by Meghan Pelley
with All City Real Estate, Ltd. Co.
All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.