Estate of the Day: $3.2 Million Italianate Villa in San Angelo, Texas


Own a piece of history. This Italianate gem ($3,200,000) was designed by renowned Texas architect, Hal Thomson, in 1926. It was commissioned by oil baron, Floyd Dodson, and occupies a plum seat on the banks on the Concho River. The house enjoys unobstructed views of Santa Fe Park and the historic Cactus Hotel. It’s gracious proportions and exquisite details are the perfect embodiment of a Mediterranean villa. The current owners have lovingly and meticulously restored the home to its original grandeur and added an outstanding pool and pool house. A Spanish tile roof, gleaming original woodwork, coffered entry hall ceiling, tiled terrace, 3 fireplaces and 3 professionally landscaped and lighted acres are just the beginning. This show stopping, one-of-a-kind, home has all the beauty of a more gracious era and all the conveniences of the 21st century. A three-car garage, saline pool, zoned temperature control, chef’s kitchen, steam showers, and extensive basement storage complete the package.


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