Enjoy charming San Antonio in this lovely, extensively restored three-story mansion built in 1910. 226 East Craig Place is an experience in and of itself, exuding the charm of old San Antonio. Original woodwork and architectural detail gives this home remarkable character. The location is unsurpassed - conveniently located to the airport, downtown and all major San Antonio attractions. Walk or ride a bicycle to the San Antonio Zoo, Botanical Gardens, Brackenridge Park and Golf course, San Antonio Art Museum, or the Witte Museum. Less than 2 miles from the San Antonio Riverwalk and downtown shops and restaurants. You will be walking distance from several neighborhood restaurants and night life along the vibrant St. Mary's Street corridor. If golf is on the list, there are 4 golf courses within 10 miles of our home! Bike rentals and public transit are also only minutes away. One of San Antonio’s premier destinations - The Pearl Brewery complex - is less than one mile away and provides direct access to the north reach of the River Walk. Getting here is easy, as the house has access to all major highways and is a quick cab ride to and from the airport.
The spacious 4 bedroom, 4 ½ bath home with amenities galore will comfortably sleep up to 12 guests. The home boasts 3 fireplaces, a large gourmet kitchen with granite counter-tops, large center island, Viking range and even a warming drawer. The house boasts a large formal dining room and an informal dining area that will accommodate all guests. Very comfortable furniture, professionally finished hardwood floors throughout, high ceilings with satellite TV and Wi-Fi. The home boasts two master bedrooms. The first floor master with a queen bed has its own en suite bath. The second floor master bedroom with a king bed has its own sitting room with fireplace and also its own en suite bath. The very spacious bedrooms include 2 King size beds, 3 Queen Size beds and 2 twin beds. Relax on one of the huge balconies with awe inspiring views of downtown San Antonio. Or enjoy a cocktail in the back yard underneath a 100 year old oak tree.