2012 Palm Blvd - Cameron County, Brownsville, TX
“The finest Spanish Colonial Revival house in Los Ebanos was designed and built by
the Brownsville architect Edward G. Holliday between 1929 and 1931 for Fausto Yturria.”
- Stephen Fox, Texas Architect magazine 1981.
Built in 1931, it will be the first time this Spanish Revival style home will be available for sale, after remaining in the same family for 90 years. Don’t miss the opportunity to own a piece of Brownsville Architectural History.
This spacious 4,400 square foot home features 4 bedrooms with 3 full bathrooms. Make your way into the home as you pass by an outdoor courtyard lined with original mosaic floor tiles, Spanish Archways. Enter through the front door into a large formal living room with a wood-burning fireplace. Walk down the main hallway and you pass the formal dining room which flows into a large kitchen with an attached breakfast area. Just off of the kitchen is a family room & sunroom with original cement tile floors & arches. The master bedroom, master bath, office & full guest bathroom are all located on the first floor. the remaining two bedrooms & full bathroom are on the second floor. Original hardwood floors run throughout. The home was remodeled in 1994, and in 2020 all roofs were completely replaced. Find yourself entertaining in a lush tropical backyard with two outdoor fireplaces, Cantera fountains, and a large pergola. located in the back of the property is a 400 sqft. casita with a full bath, as well as a 620 sqft tool room.