When realtors talk about Mediterranean-style homes, they usually mean something that vaguely resembles a Tuscan villa. However, a $2.5 million San Antonio mansion has hit the market that's closer to a castle perched on an Italian hillside.
The 5,700-square-foot home was designed and built by Roy Braswell and Roberto Kenigstein, the pair known for creating some of the toniest luxury properties in the Dominion. This particular home may be among the fanciest they developed in the ritzy enclave.
The interior rock walls, high ceilings, exposed beams and mesquite and walnut floors bring a castle vibe to the four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath home. It's spread out between three separate structures, each with its own living area.
Touches of decidedly non-medieval luxury are also spread throughout the property, which overlooks the 10th green of the Dominion Golf Course. Among those are indoor and outdoor chef's kitchens, a master-bedroom closet that almost looks big enough to park a car in and a pool completely covered in round, cobalt-blue tiles.
This home is listed by David Aceves
with Realty San Antonio.
All photos and listing info via Realtor.com