Built in the late 40s, this sweet cottage has a light and airy feel. Lots of nat
Mary Louise Zapata
- english, spanish, I speak English & Spanish
About Mary Louise Zapata
I'm a mother of three lovely daughters. I love to garden and play scrabble. I like to explore new and exciting restaurants locally. I like to write screenplays and poetry. Love cooking, my pets and watching Netflix.
Mary Louise Zapata purchased this Cottage in 1940
Why Mary Louise Zapata chose Tobin Hill
A wonderful mix of urban modern meets bohemian eclectic style in one small package. Private but located a few blocks from the River walk, Pearl, Breckenridge Park, Children’s museum San Pedro Park and much much more.
What makes this Cottage unique
Walk 5 houses down to the end of the street and you have your pick of electric assist bikes, and scooters. The Via Culture Bus #8 kine that picks up individuals at the end of the street at N. St. Mary's to tour the following locations: The Alamo, Botanical Garden, Central Market and circles back. Conversely, in the other direction you can catch the #5 bus to the airport or downtown San Antonio. Furthermore, St. Mary’s street has a mix of music patio bars and restaurants. Chisme (i.e., Mexican food upscale) El Milagrito (i.e., Mexican food relaxed) Tycoon Flats (i.e., burgers, breakfast) and Candlelight coffee wine bar with backyard patio. For a taste of New Orleans style food there is Cookhouse and Nola. All within a 5 minute walk. You also have (2) beautiful churches that flank N. St. Mary’s street: 1.) Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church and 2.) St. Sophia’s Greek Orthodox Church. Grab a scooter and tour the many art murals around the neighborhood. Beginning with the Welcome to SA postcard at the end of the street. If day-tripping to Austin, catch 35 North at the end of St. Mary’s will and 35 North will take you straight to Austin.
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
The cottage is central to the following: San Antonio Zoo, Botanical Gardens , Pearl Center, local restaurants independently owned (The Luxury, Chiseme, Tycoon Flats Signs and Candlelight , bars (The mix, limelight, AMP, Joeys, La Botanica, music venues, Tea Garden, Parks (2) San Pedro and Breckenridge, Museums (children’s and San Antonio Museum of art . Many local murals in the area neighborhood.