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Spanish Revival Style

Vision Views are meant to inspire the vision for your home. Spanish revival architecture is popular in San Antonio, and the current residential building reflects this significant trend. This style encompasses most architecture with a stone/stucco exterior and a red barrel tile roof including Spanish Hacienda, Tuscan, Santa Barbara, Mediterranean, and Floridian. In San Antonio, Tuscan homes tend to utilize more stone than Spanish Hacienda which is primarily stucco with large covered porches.

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  • Low pitch tile roofs
  • Thick walls
  • Recessed windows
  • Rustic to contemporary
  • Interior tile work
  • Beams
  • All stucco, stone/stucco, all stone, brick accents


  • Asymmetrical
  • Terracotta tile
  • Arches
  • Built-in niches & alcoves
  • Hand-painted tile on stair risers
  • Wooden ceiling beams
  • Decorative wrought iron railing
  • Ornate tile, wrought iron, and woodwork
  • Plaster interior walls
  • Stucco over adobe brick, or adobe brick exterior walls
  • Half-round arches, doors, and windows
  • Tile roof
  • Low-pitched flat, gable, or hip roof, typically with no overhang
  • Rich fabrics

European Style

Vision Views are meant to inspire the vision for your home. European-influenced architecture has a lengthy history in the United States. During the last 100 years, there have been numerous periods of renaissance in European architecture. Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio all have beautiful communities reflecting a European style.

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  • Very high pitched roofs
  • Composition, metal, slate, or flat tile roofs
  • Divided lite windows
  • Rustic elegance
  • Beams
  • All stone, stone/stucco


  • High peaked and steeply sloped roofs
  • Instead of sliding glass doors, hinged French doors leading to balconies or patios
  • Arched doorways
  • Rounded entryway towers topped by a cone-shaped roof
  • Masonry exteriors, particularly stone
  • Barrel vault or eyebrow dormers
  • Slate roofs
  • Board and batten shutters
  • Broad, curving front walls
  • Paired casement windows hinged at the side and opening at the center

Hill Country Contemporary Style

Vision Views are meant to inspire the vision for your home. Hill Country Contemporary architecture is a sophisticated style reflective of modern living, yet utilizing local materials and regional design techniques. Although local stone is widely used in the regional design, rammed earth, stucco, and wood siding all complement the regional landscape and provide attractive, environmentally-friendly, and functional alternatives. More contemporary designs utilize metal brackets with awnings, and no divided-lite windows are common. Rustic Hill Country Contemporary also referred to as Texas regional blends clean lines with rustic material.

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  • Low pitch metal roofs
  • Rustic to contemporary
  • Beams
  • Utilizes primarily stone, rammed earth, some stucco accents
  • Regional materials

Traditional Style

Vision Views are meant to inspire the vision for your home. Traditional homes refer to floor plans and designs developed with modern living in mind, but not utilizing a modern style of architecture.

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  • Clean lines and masses
  • Metal and/or flat roofs common
  • Extra-large windows, full plate glass
  • Stucco, horizontal wood siding

Texas Country Style

Vision Views are meant to inspire the vision for your home. Texas Country architecture is very popular in Austin, San Antonio, and the Hill Country. A more sophisticated style, Texas Regional, is also influenced by local materials, but tends to be more modern and elegant. Most Texas Country homes include a more blended stone with what is called luders and tans compared to the white limestone used years in the past.

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  • Low pitch roofs
  • Metal or composition roofs
  • Rustic to contemporary
  • Country wood & stone interiors
  • Stone exteriors are common

Custom Features

Vision Views are meant to inspire the vision for your home. Take a look at the kitchen, bathroom, outdoor living, efficiency, & elegant finish-out features that are popular choices in building a custom home. The choices for your custom home are by no means limited to the list below, however.

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  • Electric Double Oven
  • Viking Electric Double Oven
  • Wolf 60' Dual Fuel Range 6 burners, Charbroiler. Griddle
  • 36-Inch Gas Cooktop
  • Viking 36-Inch Gas Cooktop
  • Viking Dishwasher
  • Asko Encore Dishwasher
  • Drawer Microwave Oven at Kitchen Island
  • Wolf 30' Drawer Microwave Oven at Kitchen Island
  • Wolf Warming Pop-Out Drawer
  • Wolf Pro Vent Hood with Cabinet Liner
  • Sub Zero with Built-In Cabinet Overlay
  • Glass Cabinet Door Details
  • Amber Glass Cabinet Door Details
  • Under Cabinet Lighting
  • Under & Over Cabinet Lighting
  • Pot Filler Water Faucet at Range
  • Custom Cabinets with Soft Close Drawers
  • Cabinet Double Cutlery Treys for Flatware Next to Dishwasher
  • Cabinet Pot Drawers Underneath the Cooktop
  • Cabinet Trash Pull Out Bin
  • Custom Designed Raised & Projected Cabinets
  • Stone or Tile Below Granite at Kitchen Island


  • Granite Vanity Tops with Tile Backsplash (Undermount Sinks)
  • Travertine Vanity Tops with Tile Backsplash (Undermount Sinks)
  • Oil Rubbed Bronze Bath Fixtures
  • Premier Brushed Brass Bath Fixtures
  • Widespread Bath Faucets (8-Inch Spread)
  • Drawers Underneath All Bath Faucet Vanities
  • Jetted Bathtub in Master Suite
  • Pure Air Bubble Bathtub in Master Suite
  • Spacious Walk-In Shower with Seat in Master Suite
  • Massaging Shower Body Jets with a Rain Shower Head in Master Shower
  • Shampoo Niches in Master Suite Shower & Secondary Tubs
  • Linen Cabinet with Built-In Clothes Hamper
  • Dome Ceiling with Chandelier in Master Suite
  • Barrel Ceilings over Secondary Tubs
  • Beveled Mirrors (Tile, Paint or Stain Grade Frames)
  • Glass Block or Rain Glass Window in Master Suite
  • California Closets Allowance for Master Suite
  • Full-Length Mirror at Walk-In Closet
  • Speakers for Music or Intercom


  • 30” Gas Grille
  • 36” Gas Grille
  • Wolf 54” Gas Grille
  • Wolf 13” Side Burner Module
  • Stainless Steel 20x48 Access Doors for Storage
  • Stainless Steel 36” Drawers for Storage
  • Stainless Steel Sink with Faucet
  • Outdoor Refrigerator
  • Stone Outdoor Kitchen & Countertops
  • Open Wood Truss Ceiling Design on Patios
  • Outdoor Masonry Fireplace with Stone Chimney Through the Ceiling
  • Stone Fire Pit with Bench Seats
  • Tongue & Groove Wood Ceiling
  • J-Box Outside for Future Landscape Lighting
  • TV Prep (Power Outlet & Cable Jack/Conduit)
  • Pre-Wiring for Speakers & Volume Control


  • Blanket and Blown Bib Insulation in Exterior Walls
  • Dow Styrofoam Structural Insulated Sheathing to Wrap Exterior of Home
  • R-38 Blown Insulation in Attic
  • Open Cell Spray Foam Insulation with Fire Retardant in Rafter Space of Attic
  • Vinyl Windows
  • Recirculating Loops on Timers for Instant Hot Water
  • Tankless Water Heaters
  • 16 SEER HVAC Unit
  • High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) Filtration System for Entire House
  • Par 30 Recessed Lights Throughout


  • Wood Floors at Study, Dining Room, Great Room, & Foyer
  • Stain Grade Solid Wood Core Doors & Trim Throughout Home
  • Stain Grade Crown Molding
  • 4 Custom Design Ceiling Treatments
  • Cedar Wood Beams or Metallic Faux Paint in Dome/Groin Ceiling in Any Two Rooms
  • Wood “Wishbone” Open Ceiling Truss Design in Any 2 Rooms
  • Stone Walls and Arches Throughout Your Entry
  • Custom Hand Trowel Texture for Walls at Study, Dining, & Foyer
  • Eggshell Finish for Interior Paint
  • 10-15 ft Wide Picture Window at Great Room, Gameroom, & Masterbedroom
  • Wood Clad Windows Throughout Home
  • Wood Clad Garage Overhead Doors
  • Salt Finish Driveway & Entry Walk for Future Stain
  • Stained Concrete at Salt Finish Patios
  • Double Front Entry Metal or Wood Door Upgrade
Weston Dean Custom Homes
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  • (Now Open) Henly/Dripping Springs Model Home
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