A true one-of-a-kind 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom home right in the heart of The Monte Vista Historic District on a large .32 acre corner lot. This Mid-Century modern styled home was designed by notable San Antonio architect Bartlett Cocke and built by Mitchell Construction Co in 1951. Large picture windows fill the two living areas with natural light while the large kitchen reflects the original "atomic age" design featuring a light-filled corner banquet seating. Meticulously maintained home has kept many of its original features such as the woven bathroom tiles, restored kitchen vent hood, walk-in cedar closet in the master bedroom, and the pocket doors separating some rooms. An example of the home's rare 1.5" oak flooring has been refinished in the front bedroom, with the same wood floor lying under the carpeted rooms waiting to be refinished. The "drive-through" two-car garage is fitted with larger sized 8'x18' insulated doors with a rear concrete driveway allowing for entrance from one street and exit to the other. Attached to the garage is an extra 316 sqft living quarters currently used as a workshop with a washroom that can be restored back to a full bathroom. Space has its own off-street entrance for possible income-producing use. Urban living close to Trinity University, The Pearl, Landa Library & grounds, and downtown while still just minutes to the airport.
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