The Lambermont, located within just steps from the renowned Fort Sam Houston, offers a romantic and uniquely charming spot to hold your next celebration.
With its exquisite craftsmanship and detailed artistry, you'll be transported to another time and place. This historic and elegant castle built in the late 1800's, captures the French-style chateaus and Belgium-inspired castles of northern Europe.
To this day, the castle continues to be representative to its time. Adorned with crystal chandeliers, hand-carved woodwork, molded brick fireplaces, original cabinetwork and rich hardwood floors, this venue captures more than the luxurious and elegant Victorian era.
The castle is situated on a 1-acre corner lot surrounded by a large variety of lush greenery with an open yard space ideal for gatherings. The porch, embellished with large beams and limestone balustrades, is the perfect location to relax and take in the enchantment of this lavish castle.
Tours by appointment
950 East Grayson Street
San Antonio Texas 78208
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Lambermont was built in 1894 as the residence of Edwin Holland Terrell. The Terrell family is a prominent state and local family to this day. Edwin Terrell was a lawyer and statesman who served as Ambassador and Plenipotentiary to Belgium during the presidency of Benjamin Harrison in the early 1890’s. While in Europe, Mr. Terrell fell in love with the castles and chateaus in Belgium and France. Upon his return to Texas, he commissioned architect Alfred Giles to design this home, patterned after those castles in Europe. It was to be a “castle for his bride” and their six children. Mr. Terrell originally named the castle “Lambermont” after a business associate, Baron Augusta Lambermont. The Terrell family lived here until Edwin’s death in 1910. It has had a succession of owners since then. In July of 2008 it was purchased by Pat and Dona Liston.
The architect, Alfred Giles, was an Englishman who had come to Texas to work. He designed many famous buildings, including many courthouses, schools, public buildings, a number of buildings on Fort Sam Houston, and other prominent homes throughout the Southwest and Northern Mexico.