Monticello Park

The homes of Monticello Park are an extraordinary collection of architecture; Revival styles, English Tudor, Spanish Colonial, Greek, Italianate, Neoclassical, Mission, Craftsmen, English Stone Bungalow, and Art Moderne. Virtually every house proudly shows the handiwork of individual artisans. The masonry, the plasterwork, Mexican mission tile, arches, built-ins, cartouches, and turrets-- all touches that make these homes truly unique.
Monticello Park neighborhood is bordered by Wilson, Babcock, Fredericksburg, and Donaldson. In 1995, a portion of the Monticello Park neighborhood Association was designated a historic district, Monticello Park Historical District, and laid the foundation for its beginnings which now stretch into the Jefferson Neighborhood Association.
Sudents who live in Montecello Park are zoned to attend schools in the San Antonio ISD.  There are also a variety of private schools close to Monticello Park including, Keystone School, St. Mary Magdelan, and Redeemer Lutheran School.
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