Take a Look Inside Beautiful Trost-Designed Historic Sunset Heights Home
Beautiful historic homes dot the landscape of Sunset Heights north of downtown El Paso, featuring a range of architectural styles.
A handful of those homes were designed by the noted architect Henry C. Trost of the famed architectural firm Trost & Trost. Among them is the historic Mathias residence, a 4,646 square foot 5-bedroom, 5 and a half bath multilevel house on a corner lot on Yandell.
Built in 1912 for Albert and Frieda Mathias and currently owned by Amparo Behrens, the home is on the market but has a contract pending on the condition the prospective new owner can get the zoning changed from residential to commercial within four months, according to an El Paso Inc. report. His plan is to turn it into a luxury bed and breakfast with small café.
The list price for the property is $679,900. Here’s how the single-family residence is described on Realtor.com:
Dark oak woodwork, exposed beams, impressive stained glass windows, created by LW Hoffecker . Upstairs, four spacious bedrooms, one with balcony access with magnificent scenic and sunset views and also a convenient utility room. All four bathrooms have been updated including the master bedroom with a claw foot tub, walk-in shower, double sink vanity. Downstairs consists of two living areas, a formal dining room, a cozy kitchen with white shaker cabinets, granite counters, upgraded appliances, a large pantry. Kitchen connects to the breakfast area. Maid’s quarters, basement for extra storage, detached garage.
Sounds beautiful, but if you need a visual as much as I do then come with me and let’s take a virtual look inside the Trost-designed historic Sunset Heights home.