Historic pueblo style all rock ranch house built in 1938 by then-San Antonio Mayor McGowen as a cattle ranch retreat, mimics the San Antonio's Governor's Palace. Unique 1930's tiles abound throughout as do Old-World Mexican doors, high concrete-planked ceilings, one foot thick limestone walls, two Kiva-style rock fireplaces, tow hearth-styled rock fireplaces, along with two spacious and modern house additions. Completely Updated to 21st Century standards. House comes with 3-car carport, and much more.
One Living Area, Two Eating Areas, Island Kitchen, Shop, High Ceilings
Washer Connection, Dryer Connection, Cook Top, Microwave Oven, Stove/Range, Refrigerator, Dishwasher
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