100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Beautiful home close to the riverwalk. There were 6 of us and we all had a great time. The accommodations were perfect for our group.
Loved the house, if I had anything bad to say it would be the neighborhood isn't really the best. But the house itself is amazing, really felt welcomed with all of its commodities, and any questions I had were answered right away by the owners. Definitely would recommend.
Nice upgrades! Very clean house!
Cute and modern
Three couples spent the weekend in this house. We enjoyed it! Beautiful updates. Close to downtown. Spent lots of time on the porch watching the people at the park across the street.
Great Loacation to Downtown San Antonio
The house was perfect for us (4 couples) visiting the city and attractions. The location was about a mile to the Riverwalk. We walked most the time to the Riverwalk, Alamo and also Pearl District. We ended up each day with about a total of 5 miles of walking, but Uber was also used when not feeling like walking.
The house was comfortable and plenty of supplies. Would definitely stay again. Todd was very quick with communication. It was a great VRBO experience.
Our stay was absolutely wonderful. We didn’t want for anything. House was amply stocked with supplies including shampoo, conditioner and body wash. The decor and comfort of the house was ideal. Everything was spotless. We looked on Zillow and saw the house before, what an amazing restoration. You and Ryan had amazing vision and what an accomplishment. Thank you!
Our home is located in Dignowity Hill, which was San Antonio’s first exclusive residential suburb. The area was settled by Dr. Anthony Michael Dignowity, a physician and Czech immigrant, who built his family home on a hill to the east of town and called it Harmony House. Harmony House was located directly across the street from our home where the basketball court is now at the Park. During the latter part of the nineteenth century, Dignowity Hill, as it became known, was home to prominent San Antonio merchants and business owners who constructed large estates. Dignowity Hill was an exclusive and affluent residential area in San Antonio due to its high elevation, proximity to downtown, the size of the lots, and lack of city water, which required residents to construct expensive water collecting systems.
The arrival of the railroad in 1877 significantly changed the neighborhood’s built environment and demographic diversity. Industrial development greatly increased with the construction of an iron works factory, the development of a streetcar trolley line along Burnet Street (1891), and the extension of sewer and water lines to the area around the turn-of-the-century. By 1914, the neighborhood was surrounded by industry on the north and west, commerce on the south, and modest homes on the east. Dr. Dignowity died in 1875, and his Harmony House was later demolished. The property became Dignowity Park in 1926 - this is the park directly across the street! The neighborhood consisted primarily of small Folk Victorian style houses and Craftsman Bungalows by the 1930s.