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Built in 1857 for Newton Mitchell, and expanded by rancher Louis Ogé, this exquisite antebellum neoclassical property sits on 1.5 acres overlooking the famed Riverwalk, surrounded by lush plantings, rose gardens and lawns.
In confirmation of its historical importance, the Oge House was one of a handful of structures in San Antonio chosen by the U.S. Department of the Interior to be recorded in the Historic American Buildings Survey for its archives in the Library of Congress. Step into another era and allow yourself to be transported to a slower-paced time.
Business and convention travelers will appreciate the high-speed internet, in-room desk, mini refrigerator, and flexible breakfast options.