1894 Queen Anne – Marshall, TX (George F. Barber)

Off Market / Archived
Posted July 2017. This home has been archived on OHD. The sold status is unknown. Added to OHD on 7/31/17 - Last OHD Update: 6/22/18 - 10 Comments
703 E Rusk St, Marshall, TX 75670

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  • $120,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2.5 Bath
  • 2264 Sq Ft
  • 0.24 Ac.
Beautiful 1894 historic home that is 3 bedroom and 2 1/2 bath. This wonderful home could either be 3 bedrooms or 4. Or it could have two living areas depending on your needs. Hardwood floors throughout. Bathrooms have been completely remodeled.
Last Active Agent
Pam Whisenant, Coldwell Banker Lenhart Properties      (903) 923-8200
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10 Comments on 1894 Queen Anne – Marshall, TX (George F. Barber)

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  1. Avatarmark sears says: 16 comments

    WOW Great price. Love the original Light in the one room and the fireplace mantel

  2. AvatarKarenZ says: 916 comments

    Holy cow those bathrooms are lovely, but not for this old beauty.Beautiful house with all of that deeply colored wood. I think that I would spend a LOT of time on that window seat in what looks to be a dark purple room! I really love this!

  3. Chris DiMatteiChris DiMattei says: 261 comments

    Yet another example of the architecture of George F. Barber. Such a shame that this home is wrapped in plastic, but I guess everything is restorable if you have the will and the means. Better photos would show this house off, so c’mon RE agents, let’s raise the bar. This home is one of a few Barber house examples in Marshall.

  4. AvatarFess says: 2 comments

    Agree with Chris. I was disappointed this house didn’t have it’s authenticity or at least the majority of to show off. I was looking for some great ideas for our recently purchased 1894 Queen Anne but nothing here to use. The woodwork and floors are beautiful.

  5. LottieLottie says: 405 comments

    Oh, a beautiful house! I love the wallpaper! But I really love the updated bathrooms! Pretty neighborhood!

    • AvatarReneeV says: 22 comments

      I don’t usually like wallpaper, but this one sold me on it especially the darkish dining room. What a great choice to accent the beautiful wood.

  6. John ShifletJohn Shiflet says: 4645 comments

    Nice to learn this is a George F. Barber design. Still, the house seems understated and lacking the architectural “drama’ that some Barber designed houses have. Marshall is decidedly in East Texas but it was a regional center of commerce in second half of the 19th century. Other the decades, significant numbers of the town’s large collection of Victorian era homes have been lost to neglect and “progress” but enough still remain to provide a hint of what was once there. These days, Marshall continues to be a slower paced town but at over 150 miles from Dallas, its too far to be a commuter town. On the other hand, it is but 41 miles from Shreveport, Louisiana. The historic but still small town of Jefferson, TX is only 21 miles to the north. More could be done to bring back the Victorian flavor in this house but the essentials are already there.

  7. AvatarConnieCon says: 1 comments

    Is the “house print/plan” available?


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