Rent for one night or more, fully furnished, walking distance from Downtown San Antonio. A whole house for less than a hotel room would cost!
Thursday, May 2, 2013
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Monday, January 21, 2013
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
This kitchen was a disaster! There was no room to do anything in there, let alone cook. But these buyers had vision and have turned this house into one of the coolest of this neighborhood.
A few months ago our neighborhood decided to update our website. You'll find news from the neighborhood and great pictures of on-going projects. Here's a link to it:
606 Palmetto - $75,900 - This Queen Anne Victorian home, built in 1911 for Theo and Clara Schelb using lumber from Pertich-Saur Lumber Co., needs some updating and personalization but can be lived in as work is getting done.
The square footage (per BCAD) is 1,325 sqft. There are two bedrooms and one bathroom, a large pantry, beautiful arches in the entryway. This property has great potential to become one of the jewels of the neighborhood.
610 Palmetto - $89,900 - This Queen Anne Victorian home is located next to the one shown above. It was built in 1911 for J.F. and Katherine Shea using lumber from Kuntz Albaugh Lumber Company. It is also inhabitable but needs some renovations (foundation work especially).
1,822 sqft (per BCAD) - 3/3
Friday, January 4, 2013
This wonderful little restaurant just opened in Dignowity Hill, at the corner of Nolan and N. Pine (address: 900 Nolan, 78202). The food is great, this is the only place where I will drink coffee other than at home. The prices are amazing and the portions rather large. Come over to our neighborhood and try it; while you're here take a tour and see the changes around Dignowity Hill. You'll be pleasantly surprised.