This two-story Olmos Park, another house from the 1930s, is also complemented inside by a matching, massive stone fireplace. Although it was built in 1934, the space offers modern conveniences and retains its historic charm. The kitchen is every chef’s dream, with a six-burner gas stove, oversized refrigerator, granite countertops, under-cabinet lighting and a breakfast bar.
In the living room, the homeowner has the option of separating the living room from the foyer through the sliding doors. Winding up the iron-studded steps takes you to the sleeping quarters, where the master bedroom has a built-in desk for working from home and two walk-in closets. The master bath remains spacious, with double sinks, vanities, a hot tub and an enclosed toilet.