111 James St, Boerne, TX 78006 | MLS 1489032 | Listing Information | San Antonio Real Estate-SABOR-San Antonio Board Of Realtors®
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111 James St,  Boerne TX, 78006 (Commercial)

2,680 sqft
Status: Active
MLS#: 1489032
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Last Updated: 10/27/2020 12:39 PM
Description for 111 James St Boerne, TX 78006
Want the convenience of beautiful downtown Boerne living while still having the urban lifestyle? As you enter the main level there is an apartment with a living room, kitchen, bathroom,and bedroom. On the second level there is a living room, dining room, and large kitchen. On the third level there is a master suite including a terrace. Welcome to Hill Country Urban home and business with views, convenience, luxury and more. Historical Society building with custom architecture to replicate original design This beautiful home/business is designed to remain as exquisite and grand. Beautiful multiple levels and masterfully crafted details in entire home. Ultimate private compound with amazing outdoor living showcasing breathtaking privacy with multiple outdoor havens. The entire home boasts attention to detail, including beautiful courtyard with lush mature landscaping, artistic outdoors with private entrance, glorious view and privacy with convenience. The beautiful home has unique details in every room and offers a wonderful sanctuary for relaxation. Chef's kitchen boasts details that any culinary artist would love. Large Island, stainless refrigerator, double ovens, and stunning cabinetry and stainless-steel counters. Exquisite master suite has great space for sitting area along with private exit to patio with view of the city. Air conditioning units recently replaced and upgrades, separate zones that can be programmed according to your client's needs. Walking distance to every restaurant, shop, brewery and wine bar in downtown Boerne. The site is part of the original site for the Boerne Livery Stable. Artifacts were found and integrated in the design of this home ... iron tie rings in the brick, a barn door made from old lumber of the stable and a few accessories are in the downstairs rental apartment. The private courtyard with fire pit and water feature allows for a very private buffer from the sights and sounds outside the antique gates. The fire pit was created on the site by a descendant of the Dionisio Rodriguez Family, an artistic family who have sculpted concrete to look like wood ("faux bois") on the San Antonio Rivers and other San Antonio landmarks. The first floor apartment has all the amenities (small kitchen, range, refrigerator, walk-in shower) needed to house overnight guests, long term rentals, or as mother-in-law quarters. There is the ability to have its own private entrance and stand alone or at other times it can be open and part of the main residence. The open stairway is constructed with glue lam beams allowing light to flood the stairwell on all levels. The rise of the stairs is lower than market standard providing easier climbing. A closet is cleverly hidden at the 1/2 level landing. The barn door at the living level was constructed with reclaimed wood from an old barn/stable remaining on the lot at the time of construction. The flooring at the landings and living level are reclaimed long-leaf pine harvested from a commercial building in the northeast area of the U.S. The upper cabinets in the kitchen are from the same material. The countertops are stainless steel and were constructed at a slightly higher level for comfort in cooking and washing. Double ovens, gas cook-top, stainless steel farm sink. The beams in the kitchen and living room come from northern New Mexico. The two-sided fireplace in the living and dining can be used with gas logs or as wood burning. The mantel in the living room came from a large pecan on the site in the area of what is now the fire pit. One has the flexibility of switching the living with the dining area and vice versa. The master suite is set up a private oasis with a coffee/wine bar and terrace. The terrace has a gas log fireplace. The ceiling in the master bedroom has Vigas from Northern Mexico. There is a Venetian plaster finish on the walls. The master closet stays well-lit without electricity with the skylight. Zoned B3
Price
$1,100,000
Kendall
2,680 (approx)
1489032
Active
Description
Want the convenience of beautiful downtown Boerne living while still having the urban lifestyle? As you enter the main level there is an apartment with a living room, kitchen, bathroom,and bedroom. On the second level there is a living room, dining room, and large kitchen. On the third level there is a master suite including a terrace. Welcome to Hill Country Urban home and business with views, convenience, luxury and more. Historical Society building with custom architecture to replicate original design This beautiful home/business is designed to remain as exquisite and grand. Beautiful multiple levels and masterfully crafted details in entire home. Ultimate private compound with amazing outdoor living showcasing breathtaking privacy with multiple outdoor havens. The entire home boasts attention to detail, including beautiful courtyard with lush mature landscaping, artistic outdoors with private entrance, glorious view and privacy with convenience. The beautiful home has unique details in every room and offers a wonderful sanctuary for relaxation. Chef's kitchen boasts details that any culinary artist would love. Large Island, stainless refrigerator, double ovens, and stunning cabinetry and stainless-steel counters. Exquisite master suite has great space for sitting area along with private exit to patio with view of the city. Air conditioning units recently replaced and upgrades, separate zones that can be programmed according to your client's needs. Walking distance to every restaurant, shop, brewery and wine bar in downtown Boerne. The site is part of the original site for the Boerne Livery Stable. Artifacts were found and integrated in the design of this home ... iron tie rings in the brick, a barn door made from old lumber of the stable and a few accessories are in the downstairs rental apartment. The private courtyard with fire pit and water feature allows for a very private buffer from the sights and sounds outside the antique gates. The fire pit was created on the site by a descendant of the Dionisio Rodriguez Family, an artistic family who have sculpted concrete to look like wood ("faux bois") on the San Antonio Rivers and other San Antonio landmarks. The first floor apartment has all the amenities (small kitchen, range, refrigerator, walk-in shower) needed to house overnight guests, long term rentals, or as mother-in-law quarters. There is the ability to have its own private entrance and stand alone or at other times it can be open and part of the main residence. The open stairway is constructed with glue lam beams allowing light to flood the stairwell on all levels. The rise of the stairs is lower than market standard providing easier climbing. A closet is cleverly hidden at the 1/2 level landing. The barn door at the living level was constructed with reclaimed wood from an old barn/stable remaining on the lot at the time of construction. The flooring at the landings and living level are reclaimed long-leaf pine harvested from a commercial building in the northeast area of the U.S. The upper cabinets in the kitchen are from the same material. The countertops are stainless steel and were constructed at a slightly higher level for comfort in cooking and washing. Double ovens, gas cook-top, stainless steel farm sink. The beams in the kitchen and living room come from northern New Mexico. The two-sided fireplace in the living and dining can be used with gas logs or as wood burning. The mantel in the living room came from a large pecan on the site in the area of what is now the fire pit. One has the flexibility of switching the living with the dining area and vice versa. The master suite is set up a private oasis with a coffee/wine bar and terrace. The terrace has a gas log fireplace. The ceiling in the master bedroom has Vigas from Northern Mexico. There is a Venetian plaster finish on the walls. The master closet stays well-lit without electricity with the skylight. Zoned B3
Listing Information
Property Type: Other, 3+ Story
0.13 Acres 2,680 (approx) $410.44
2016 3 Brick,Brick,Steel,Metal,Stone
Slab
Water
Sewer
Electricity,Gas,Water,Telephone,Sewer,Cable TV
2 Total
Neighborhood
School Information
District: Boerne
Room Information
Interior Features
Central Air
Other, Central
Slab
Sale Includes: Buildings,Land,Equipment,Fixtures
Exterior / Lot Features
4 Parking Spaces, 4
Metal, Brick, Stone, Steel
Metal
x
B3
Exterior Lighting,Security System,High Speed INternet,Inside Storage,Living Area,Security Fence,Controlled Access
Driving Directions
IH 10 West to Hwy 46. Right on Hwy 46. Left on S Main St. Right on James St.
Financial Considerations
$8,733
Sale Only,Cash,Conventional
Listing Price History

Boerne Real Estate

Boerne is located in Texas. Boerne, Texas 78006 has a population of 13,823.

The median household income in Boerne, Texas 78006 is $72,872. The median household income for the surrounding county is $71,390 compared to the national median of $50,013. The median age of people living in Boerne 78006 is 45 years.

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