The Medina's home was purchased following World War II for a soldier returning from war in 1947. He and his wife resided in the house on the corner of Sadie & Riddle raising three children. Recently when his widow passed the family had the opportunity to distribute antiques and treasures to all that loved her and offer the home to a new owner to make memories. The cherished family home (built in 1895) was the backdrop for countless parties, Thanksgiving gatherings and unlimited childhood memories shared by their son and daughters, grandchildren and great grandchildren. The Lavaca neighborhood houses this beloved casita that sits under the shadow of the Hemisfair '68 - Tower of Americas. Front porch perfect for visiting with your neighbors and large covered back porch with ceiling fans wonderful for outdoor entertaining. Original 6'6" windows.
Listing Courtesy of Kristy Bradfield Petlin, Kuper Sotheby's Int'l Realty
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