May 07, 2020

This San Antonio Mansion on Sale for $2.5 Million Looks Like a Hideaway for European Royalty

Marble floors, sweeping arches, frescoes on the ceiling. Yes, frescoes.

It's hard to believe this Italian-style villa is located in San Antonio's Olmos Park neighborhood and not a European capital. The 1929 house was built by renowned architect Jorge Loyzaga, which may explain some of its extravagance — and its $2.5 million price tag.

Fortunately, you don't have to pass a credit check to take a virtual tour. Let's take a peek.

This home is listed by Travis Amaro of Kuper Sotheby's International Realty.

All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.
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This San Antonio Mansion on Sale for $2.5 Million Looks Like a Hideaway for European Royalty
This San Antonio Mansion on Sale for $2.5 Million Looks Like a Hideaway for European Royalty
This San Antonio Mansion on Sale for $2.5 Million Looks Like a Hideaway for European Royalty
This San Antonio Mansion on Sale for $2.5 Million Looks Like a Hideaway for European Royalty
This San Antonio Mansion on Sale for $2.5 Million Looks Like a Hideaway for European Royalty
This San Antonio Mansion on Sale for $2.5 Million Looks Like a Hideaway for European Royalty
This San Antonio Mansion on Sale for $2.5 Million Looks Like a Hideaway for European Royalty
This San Antonio Mansion on Sale for $2.5 Million Looks Like a Hideaway for European Royalty
This San Antonio Mansion on Sale for $2.5 Million Looks Like a Hideaway for European Royalty
This San Antonio Mansion on Sale for $2.5 Million Looks Like a Hideaway for European Royalty