*OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY DEC 11th from 1PM - 3PM* Welcome to 403 Montana, a stunning reconstructed Historic Landmark with a sleek modern interior and incomparable views of the Tower of the Americas! Designed by Frederick Bowen Gaenslen in 1897, This Queen Anne residence sits on a spacious corner lot in the desirable Alamodome Gardens neighborhood. Located walking distance to the Alamodome, Downtown San Antonio, The Riverwalk, and new developments arising on the Eastside. Offering 5 Bedrooms - Two Primary Suites, plus an office with a fireplace, an open concept kitchen and living area, an informal dining room, game room upstairs, and a balcony over the porch which offers some of the best views of Downtown San Antonio. You and your guests can watch New Years eve fireworks and 4th of July sparkles from your front yard! Although the historic features have been beautifully preserved, the home has been meticulously rebuilt with new electrical, new foundation, new HVAC, new roof, new sheetrock, new paint, new flooring, new amazing bathrooms, and a lovely new kitchen with new countertops, appliances, and new cabinetry. This famous residence has been designated a historic landmark for being one of Gaenslen's early architectural achievements. Gaenslen also designed other notable buildings like the Chapel of the Incarnate Word, Our Lady of the Lake Convent, St. Anthony School and more. Sitting on a spacious .17 acre corner lot and offering AE-2 Zoning which promotes the creation of Arts & Entertainment venues and supporting uses.