1897 Queen Anne Victorian
San Antonio, Texas 78203
Historic Landmark Designation
This home offers an open floor plan with 5 bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths, with two living areas. The home is within a 10-minute walk from downtown and situated one block from the Alamodome and downtown San Antonio, TX. Completely renovated with respect to its original historical exterior features and a "Modern Victorian " inside the home, designed to honor its past.
|Heated Sq. Ft.||2,908|
|79x95, 7,505 sq ft|
|Arts and Entertainment|
|Assessed Tax Value|
|MLS No.||MLS#: 1613316|
- 1st Floor Bath
- 1st Floor Bedroom
- 1st Floor Laundry Room
- Bonus Room
- Dining room
- Living room
- Master bedroom downstairs
- Master bedroom upstairs
- Rear Deck
- Ceiling Fans
- High Ceilings
- Original wood windows
- Asphalt shingle Roof
- Walk-In Closet(s)
- Walk-in Shower(s)
- Shingle Roof: Asphalt shingle
- Central air
- City sewer
- City water supply
- Security System
- Water Heater - Electric
- 11-foot Ceilings
|Frederick Bowen Gaenslen|
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Surrounding AreaLocated one block from the Alamodome and downtown San Antonio. The immediate area is largely residential with the Alamodome and the Tower of the
Americas are visible from the intersection and upper balcony.
History403 Montana St. is a one-and-a-half-story Queen Anne residence built in
1897 for Nicholas Lee Petrich of Petrich-Saur Lumber and designed by Frederick Bowen Gaenslen. Nicholas Lee Petrich, who went by N. Lee Petrich, founded the Petrich-Saur Lumber Company in 1907 and served as its first president. Petrich remained president of the lumber company until his death in 1933. Petrich-Saur Lumber remained in business until 1976. Frederick Bowen Gaenslen, a noted practitioner of Romanesque ecclesiastical architecture and was commissioned in the design of many Catholic churches and related buildings in Texas. Born in San Antonio, TX, Gaenslen began practicing architecture in San Antonio in 1894 with his cousin Francis J. Bowen before starting his own practice in 1897. He was active until about 1931. Examples of his work in San Antonio include the chapel at Incarnate Word (1907); Our Lady of the Lake Convent (1907); St. Anthony Catholic School (1909); St. Gerard’s church, rectory, and school (1921-22); and St. Mary’s Catholic Church (1924).
Recent Improvements403 Montana: 5 bedroom/3 ½ baths – 2 master bedrooms and 2 living areas
• Registered historical landmark by the City of San Antonio
• All eligible city tax incentives have been applied for and in process by Office of Historic
Preservation. Fully transferrable to new owner
• Foundation, electrical, plumbing, HVAC and roof all completed with City of San Antonio permits
and passed all applicable city inspections.
• All new foundation, approx. 75, 12 inch diameter cement piers and over 200 linear feet of new
6x6 beams installed, 10 year warranty by Ace Total Renovation
• New floor decking throughout
• New 30 year roof, warrantied by Guru’s Roofing
• All exterior siding, windows and doors were removed to install weather barrier to the body and
flashing for all windows and doors
• Sod installed front and back
• New doors exterior and interior, except for the front entry.
• New paint exterior and interior
• New sidewalks leading to the property
• Original windows repaired/refurbished
• All new electrical re wire to include the outside service
• All new plumbing, Freshwater lines, main sewer drain line and one inch supply line installed.
• All New mechanical components, HVAC
• Entire home was reframed to meet current code standards
• All new sheetrock throughout the home
• New showers
• New kitchen and bath cabinets
• New Level five quartz countertops in kitchen and bath
• New LVP flooring
• New gallon 40 water heaters (2)
• All new electrical and Plumbing fixtures throughout the home
• New range and dishwasher
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