WOW! With almost 5,000 sq ft under roof, 127 windows, a clay-tile roof, wood floors, original antique hardware, 20 panels of stain glass by Steve Wilson, pantry by Ford Thomas, color pallet by Carl Palasota, over 1,000 sq ft of storage in the attic and 1,144 in the basement, a 9,240 square foot lot, and location on the Spanish Town Parade route, the Circa 1919 Sachse House is Hot! In addition to parking passes for the streets, and the ability to park smaller cars in the back yard, the extra lot provides room for even more. A shadow-box privacy-fence wraps around the lot creating an intimate space to gather as guests get to view the State Capitol in the distance. The seller runs her office out of the basement with extra room for a laundry, art space, and tool storage. With Luxury executive rentals bringing in over $3,000/mo in the Downtown, the Sachse house’s back apartment has the potential to make a major contribution to its own note.