509 King William, Edward Steves, Sr. Homestead, 1876; Style: Victorian French Second Empire. This Home is now owned by the San Antonio Conservation Society and is operated as a house museum.
504 King William, Albert Steves House; 1883
422 King William, Ike West Home, 1887
419 King William, Elias Edmonds House, 1875.
414 King William, Ellis-Meusebach House, 1884
410 King William, Josiah Pancoast Victorian Cottage, 1900
Unidentified Cottage in the King William Area
335 King William, Carl Wilhelm August Groose home, 1880
309 King William, Charles Hummel Home, 1884
226 King William, Ernst Altgelt Home, 1878
Texas Historical Commission's Medallion-a common sight in the King William Area
217 King William, Alexander Sartor, Jr. Home, 1882
208 King William, Louis Bergstrom Home, 1882
209 Washington, Mitchell-Oge House, 1857/1882. You can stay here...it's a B&B!
The Jack Pancoast Cottage
303 King William, Stevens/James House, 1881
425 King William, George Kalteyer Home, 1892. Style: Richardson Romanesque; designed by architect James Riely Gordon, known for his Texas Courthouses.
401 King William, Norton/Polk/Mathis House, 1876. Italianate Victorian. This house is also known as Villa Finale, the first National Trust Historic Site in Texas. It is scheduled to be open to the public in November 2009.
As promised, here are some of the wonderful old homes in the historic King William Area of San Antonio, Texas. This beautiful neighborhood is protected by national, state and city historic designations.
To enjoy a walking tour of the King William Area, I suggest that you use King William Area-a Walking Tour, a brochure from the San Antonio Conservation Society.
So, enjoy these photos of some of King William Area's historic homes, as Tall Husband and I braved three-digit (Fahrenheit) Texas heat to shoot them.
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