The back side has the only add on and that is an enclosed utility room/mud room.
Sitting atop a plateau overlooking the Guadalupe Valley & Texas Hill Country.
A true brick masonry home built in the mid-1910's.
Designed for comfort with transom doors going to the large porch from each room (except the kitchen).
Most of what you see is original and was built to last for generations.
The entire home was built on a concrete slab that is still doing a great job!
The Home was the main residence for the very large Gass Family Farm.
The attention to detail and craftsmanship is quite good.
Situated to capture both the morning sun and prevailing SE breezes while protecting against the Western Sun.
Multiple buildings. Greenhouse to the left. Battery house center and SW side of Home.
The buildings are in surprisingly great shape!
The battery house was just that. A battery storage house that supplied electricity to the property. On the left is a worker's living quarters.
The newest structure is large and well built. Plenty of room for vehicles and stuff.
If you look around you can see glimpses of long range views.
The old garage to the left, worker quarters center and greenhouse to the right.
Hand cut into the hill is this large barn with storage above and stalls below.
This has to be seen up close as it is in pretty good shape and very usable.
The feed and tack room on the lower level of the barn.
Let's start our home tour from the front door off of the porch.
Next to the Dining Room and to the East is the Living Room.
To the East of the Living Room is a large Bedroom (possible master).
From the Large Bedroom looking back to the Living Room, Dining and Kitchen.
Looking West to the Dining Room/Entry and Kitchen
The built ins are old and the wood stove was in use in the kitchen up to just a few years ago.
The light fixture is old and may be original to the home.
Looking West through the Dining to the Kitchen.
A cabinet with sink and the original cook stove are about all that is left.Ready for a Renovation!
Through the white door is the Utility/Mud Room.
Recently rebuilt and using reclaimed lumber for the ceiling.
Still in the kitchen and going to the other 2 bedrooms and full bath.
Looking NE to the full bath and third bedroom.
To the left is the working central heat and air system (Trane).
Facing NE and looking out the front towards High Street (Old San Antonio Road).
Not pointed out earlier. The original tin ceilings are throughout the home.
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