One of the most unique homes on the market, this Historical Society building with custom architecture was replicated with the original design by acclaimed local architect, Ben Adams. Part of the original site for the Boerne Livery Stable, James St. is primely located in Downtown Boerne with all of the conveniences of urban living- walking distance to shops, restaurants & wine bars/breweries. Artifacts/master craft details were painstakingly sought after and integrated in the design of this home including iron tie rings in the brick, Venetian plaster wall treatments, doors made from lumber of the original stable, concrete/wood ("faux bois") accents, architecturally stunning stairway constructed with glue lam beams allowing light to fill the stairwell, reclaimed long-leaf pine harvested from the northeast region of the US installed for the wood flooring, staircase and kitchen upper cabinets. The beams in the kitchen, living room and master bedroom were also sourced from New Mexico. The current owner has elevated the property with a heated pool, private turfed sanctuary courtyard, & commercial grade car awnings. As you enter the main level you will find two bedroom suites with a full bath, kitchenette and one suite has a private entrance and can be used as an office or separated from the rest of the home for a rental. The living room, dining room and kitchen are located on the second level with numerous windows for ultimate natural light and a double-sided fireplace that serves as a beautiful focal point. The culinary kitchen features a charming island, stainless refrigerator, double ovens, craftsman-level cabinetry, stainless-steel counters and a dumb waiter. The gorgeous primary suite sanctuary lies on the third floor to capture views, accesses an outdoor terrace with a fireplace for ultimate relaxation, & a coffee/wine bar.