1853 – Alto, TX

Off Market / Archived From 2017
Posted in 2017. Sold status unknown.
Added to OHD on 10/10/17 - Last OHD Update: 2/14/18 - 18 Comments
9925 Fm 241, Alto, TX 75925

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2,584 square feet with room for 1,200 square feet expansion potential in attic 3 bedroom, 2 bath with gourmet kitchen, walk-in pantry, laundry room, and mudroom. 10-14' ceilings throughout home. Energy-efficient updates including new wood windows and spray foam insulation in walls resulting in low monthly utility bills Updated electrical, plumbing, septic and HVAC Historical character - house originally built in 1853, before the Civil War! Home featured in two magazines: Best of Flea Market Style & Kitchen & Bath Makeovers 10 acres flat terrain - approx. 6 acres cleared Quiet, secluded location with no visible neighbors 24 x 30 2-car metal garage on concrete slab with loft storage 2-car carport and 2 covered RV parking spots Several outbuildings, some with electric and water Road frontage on two sides and fenced on 3 sides Low Cherokee County property taxes
Last Active Agent
Joe Dale Iley, Mission Real Estate Group      (210) 690-0050
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18 Comments on 1853 – Alto, TX

  1. Kelly, OHD adminKelly, OHD admin says: 8509 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    I was shocked to see Living Vintage’s home for sale! I’ve been an admirer for a long while, that center hallway is my favorite ever in the history of center halls. Her decorating style is awesome too, something I tremendously fail at.

    I did not add those gray borders around the pic and since the copyright is stuck on it, had to post as they were. Check out the LivingVintageco.com link in the “Source Links” up top for better quality photos.

    • Rebnflames says: 13 comments

      It’s kind of strange, all posts on the blog and Facebook stop on July 21. Something must have happened. I hope they’re okay.

      • JJ says: 102 comments

        We are having raging wildfires in Northern California and the Facebook server, which is here, has been going in and out today. This has been our only way to keep in touch with loved ones. Please keep us in your thoughts and prayers.

        Back to reality, after taking a much needed break from the smoke, on OHD. Thank you Kelly, for giving us a place to escape, if even for a few minutes. 💖

  2. Elwen says: 19 comments

    Wow…that pantry! What a gorgeous property.

  3. CharlestonJohnCharlestonJohn says: 687 comments

    I’m guessing by the width of the center hall that this actually was originally a dogtrot plan built in a vernacular Greek Revival style. The current interior design works well with the spirit of the house.

    • Miss-Apple37Miss-Apple37 says: 447 comments
      1875 Limestone house
      Loire Valley, France,

      The owner have a blog where they told about their restauration, and yes they discovered it used to be a dogtrot (that’s also why it’s written dogtrot on the floor plan). They’ve made an amazing job with the house, sad to see it’s for sale, i love binge-reading their reno story.

  4. Lynn Kajzer says: 88 comments

    Love the ceilings!!!

  5. Delynn Coronado says: 13 comments

    I’m making an appointment to see this home the first of next week! This is exactly what we have been looking for!

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  7. Colleen J says: 1329 comments

    Hey Kelly just noticed the like button COOL

  8. Ann says: 98 comments

    Cool house. interesting updates, but I love the rustic feel of the home.

  9. Carol says: 68 comments
    Washington, PA

    I love this house. My husband has been talking about moving south for quite some time now to get away from the Pennsylvania winters. This would be perfect. Plus it has 10 acres. We now have 12.5 acres and I didn’t want to give that up. I’m showing this to him asap.

  10. Georgia Girl says: 47 comments

    Love this home. And I really want to cook in that kitchen!

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