1891 Queen Anne – Navasota, TX

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416 Holland St, Navasota, TX 77868

  • $324,900
  • 5 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • 4258 Sq Ft
  • 0.46 Ac.
Charming Victorian home in the heart of Navasota, built to stand the test of time. This home has been well maintained, but is in need of some TLC in order to make it exactly what you may want. There is wallpaper in many of the rooms that could be either replaced or taken down to the shiplap for that true "fixer-upper" makeover. The possibilities are endless, all it takes is a little imagination. Quality the was it once was.
Contact Information
Melina Shellenberger, Keller Williams,
(979) 693-9100

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10 Comments on 1891 Queen Anne – Navasota, TX

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  1. Lindsay G says: 530 comments

    Oh wow, love all the stained glass! And that beautiful bump-out window in the living room with the wooden spindle carving over top of it. Just gorgeous!

  2. MonicaG says: 155 comments

    There are so many exceptional features here in yet another beautiful Queen Anne. Those archways and staircase. Grand.

  3. Brie says: 8 comments

    That staircase is just amazing! I love it!

  4. John Shiflet says: 5428 comments

    Mansion grade Victorian house for small town Texas. But Navasota is exceptional in its retention of historic homes and buildings in a town of about 7,500. The antebellum settlement was founded in 1831 as a stage coach stop, predating the Texas War of Independence in 1836, so by the later Victorian era it was a mature community. The style is Queen Anne but in looking at the back of the house it looks like an older section may be attached to the main structure. The alcove fretwork spandrel is exceptional as is the staircase with its massive newels. Considerable wealth must have allowed such a lavish interior as many Texas Victorians were far more modest inside. Navasota is geographically somewhat rural but only 24 miles from College Station/Bryan and about 72 miles from Houston.

  5. HiJumpin1 says: 10 comments

    Oh. My. Gosh. Love the stairway!

  6. lara janelara jane says: 469 comments
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    Whoa! The porch hooked me and the staircase reeled me in! Gorgeous! Loads to love here. I even love the kitchen, though I’d replace the flooring with real linoleum if there’s not wood under that vinyl.

  7. BethanyBethany says: 3444 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    I wouldn’t want to dust it but I love it! Anyone else notice the vintage blue fixtures hiding in that bathroom? I see a blue tub and a great blue sink.

  8. pamibachpamibach says: 115 comments

    I love this house!

  9. Glynn says: 26 comments

    I’m from Bryan, so I’ve toured this home and it is lovely. Navasota is a nice town – College Station is growing south toward Navasota, so it will be growing.

  10. AmyBeeAmyBee says: 825 comments
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    1859 Mod Vern Greek Revival
    Lockport, NY

    SOLD 823/2017 (Realtor).

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