San Antonio, Texas’ Historic c.1891 “Kalteyer House” Reduced to $2M (PHOTOS)

San Antonio, Texas’ Historic c.1891 “Kalteyer House” Reduced to $2M

425 King William, San Antonio, Texas, United States, 78204

Recently reduced to $2,000,000! A substantial Richardsonian Romanesque home on a 0.34-acre lot in San Antonio’s acclaimed King William Historic District has recently been reduced to $2,000,000. It came on the market earlier this year for $2,700,000. Completed in c.1891 for George Kalteyer and designed by nationally acclaimed architect, James Riely Gordon, the heavily ornamented turrets, peaked gables, conical towers, classic columns and a combination of brick and limestone afford the home a picturesque facade. King William Association notes that George lived in the home for 6 years before his death in 1897. With a little under 6,500 square feet of space, the home includes 6 generously proportioned bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a selection of formal & informal entertaining areas, and a private backyard offering access to the San Antonio River. Upon entering, you are welcomed into the entry hall with a three-story vestibule, where colourful streams of sunlight flow through a stained-glass skylight. Visitors marvel at the exquisite woodwork, inlaid hardwood floors, and tall wood-framed windows that come together to create an unmatched interior. This piece of San Antonio history can be yours for $2,000,000 $2,700,000. It’s on the market with Kristin Kellum of Phyllis Browning Co.