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Carl Bishop

Broker/Owner

Monticello Park Homes for Sale 

Monticello Park Neighborhood

 

Monticello Park, which was originally called Woodlawn Terrace, was once a diary farm owned by George Calvert and is home to several gorgeous houses for sale. If you and your loved ones are entranced by the look of a historic home with a city feel then Monticello Park may be the place for you. Monticello Park neighborhood has a serene tranquility feel to it that is very rare to find. The Monticello Park neighborhood is bordered by Wilson, Babcock, Fredericksburg, and Donaldson.

Many of the homes for sale in Monticello Park were designed by San Antonio architect, Nathan Straus Nayfach. The masonry, Mexican mission tile, arches, cartouches, and turrets are all some of the beautiful touches that make these homes so unique in all their glory. A portion of the Monticello Park neighborhood Association was actually designated a historic district back in 1995. As a historic district, and exterior renovations to homes for sale in Monticello Park must be reviewed by the Office of Historic Preservation and often by Historic design and Review Comission.

Monticello Park neighborhood is part of the highly coveted Northside Independent School District. With several schools in the area that offer great scholastic opportunities for children. Jefferson High School is a very popular school and has a great band. Also in the area are School of excellence in Education, Bexar COunty Academy, and KIPP San Antonio. Each of these schools offers children a way to broaden their vocabulary, make memories, and excel beyond their wildest imagination.

 Selling in Monticello Park? Call us at 210-688-9740 or click Here to list with one of Texas' Top RE/MAX Teams, led by broker Carl Bishop. Get Yours SOLD!

 

 

 

 

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