This one-of-a-kind pueblo-style all-rock house was built in 1938 by then- San Antonio Mayor McGown as a cattle ranch retreat and party house. The home was designed to mimic San Antonio's Governor's Palace and, thus, looks much older than its mere seventy-six years. Unique 1930s tiles abound as do old-world Mexican doors, high concrete-planked ceilings, one-foot-thick limestone walls, two Kiva-styled rock fireplaces, two hearth-styled rock fireplaces, and two spacious and modern additions. The home has been completely updated with new thermal windows, window support timbers, modern kitchen, and more. It comes with a spacious 3-car carport and cistern-belfry, 1950s fired tile-brick working barn, windmill, horse barb-less wire fencing, rock walls, tiled entrance way, new driveway and sidewalk, and a Texas registered cave! Prayer nichos are tucked into almost every room with an original painting or two complimenting a Lady of the Guadalupe theme. Well lit. Highly safe. Quiet and serene. And a short 9 minute drive from downtown Boerne (25 minutes to San Antonio's Rim & La Cantera shopping centers). Owner is adding a third-bedroom/third-bath guesthouse. Once you see this Hill Country palace you will say, "Me amo este hogar."
NOTE: WE WILL PAY 4% TO BUYER'S AGENT AT CLOSING!