Did you know October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month? This pink-themed awareness campaign raises funds for research, educates the community, and provides overall support for those affected by breast cancer. And so, in honor of the month of October (and the incredibly important cause it rallies behind), we thought we’d feature a property infused with a little bit of pink.
Built in 1984, 3951 Briar Hollow St ($750,000) is more than a bit unique. Though many ranch-style properties are confined to locations outside city limits, this distinctly “equestrian property” sits on six rolling acres in San Antonio’s Northeast Metro area (inside Loop 1604, no less!).
And, as you can see, though 3951 Briar Hollow St is about as horse-friendly as it gets, the interior doesn’t exactly adhere to conventional “ranch” design patterns. Rather than traditional Lone-Star details, this property dares to be different, displaying a charming combination of contemporary class and artistic flair (plus, look at that pink accent wall!).
Described by listing agent Deborah Kosierowski as something of an “artist home,” 3951 Briar Hollow St offers ample natural light (pouring through outstretched east-facing windows). Plus, we love the cheery touch of those pink mid-century-style chairs!
Step into the kitchen and the brightly-colored theme continues, displayed in watermelon countertops and mint walls. The home’s open floor plan is perfect for entertaining, as the kitchen flows well into common areas.
Heading back into the remaining rooms in this 1,850+ square foot home (containing 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms), it’s clear that this home was made for a playful sort of comfort, painted with a neutral shade of dusty rose.
As with any acreage property, some of the best aspects of 3951 Briar Hollow St are found outdoors. This 6-acre horse property includes a 10-stall horse barn, hay barn, feed storage, tack house, two large stallion enclosures, a large western arena, 85' round training pen, and far more.
Peppered with mature oak trees and nestled on plenty of private land, 3951 Briar Hollow St is primed and ready for “so many possibilities”.
If you’re looking for a unique way to participate in National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, San Antonio has plenty of opportunities to draw awareness to (and raise funds for) the fight for the cure! Local business and charities have partnered up to create uniquely Texas-style events and campaigns: Save the World Brewery is producing pink beer cans to benefit the Alamo Breast Cancer Foundation (available at HEB), while Mi Tierra Café & Bakery (a 24-hour Downtown San Antonio favorite) is serving up bright pink #ConchasForTheCure (proceeds go to Susan G. Komen San Antonio).
If you’re interested in purchasing this house, you can get in touch with listing agent Deborah Kosierowski here! Or, if this doesn’t fit the bill, but you’re looking for another unique property more your speed, we would love to help you along the way. We’ll provide you with our exclusive SA Buyer’s Guide, connect you with a lender, and match you with the perfect agent to make your search for the right home as seamless as possible.