The Monte Vista Historic District is located slightly north of downtown San Antonio with a population of 3,314 and is roughly bounded by San Pedro, Hildebrand, McCullough, Shook and Ashby. The neighborhood is characterized by distinguished residential architecture from the early 20th century including Classical Revival, Tudor, Spanish Eclectic, Queen Anne, and Craftsman style homes. Leading San Antonio architects such as Alfred Giles, Harvey Young, James Riley Gordon, and Atlee B. Ayres designed palatial homes in Monte Vista for some of San Antonio’s leading citizens in the 1910s.
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