1895 Folk Victorian – Waxahachie, TX

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616 Kaufman St, Waxahachie, TX 75165

  • $170,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 1945 Sq Ft
  • 0.31 Ac.
ADORABLE Victorian farmhouse is ready for someone to dote on her! She has TONS of character and charm and sits on a large lot with a HUGE backyard. Large rooms that you would expect from yesterday, knotty pine wainscoting, 3 fireplaces, wood floors, big front porch and screened in back porch. She has had all of her plumbing and electrical redone. Brand new roof in the last year. Conveniently located close to everything in Waxahachie. This sweet charmer is definitely a must see if you are looking to own your own little piece of history at a very sweet price! * * Please forgive the boxes..seller in the process of moving ~ measurements coming soon * *
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Gretchen Holmquist, Holmquist and Associates Realty
(972) 937-7999
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2 Comments on 1895 Folk Victorian – Waxahachie, TX

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  1. John Shiflet says: 5456 comments

    Waxahachie, (pronounced locally: “Woks-a-hatchy”) is a town of 32,000+ due south of Dallas along I-35 and southeast of Fort Worth via Hwy. 287. Google shows 29 miles from here to downtown Dallas coming up I-35. The town has long been celebrated for its Victorian architectural heritage and has a “Gingerbread Trail” homes tour, annually, The Romanesque style courthouse in the downtown square is an outstanding example of the style. While some of the surviving Victorians in town are mansion grade, there’s a good sampling of more middle-class homes like this one as well. Two-story “L” shaped homes similar to this one were common in late Victorian era Texas and yes, many were used as farmhouses. Because Waxahachie is fairly near to the DFW Metro, housing prices are sometimes higher than in more remote towns. Overall, this house doesn’t seem to have been altered too much in recent years so the period details remain for the most part. With some creativity and effort, I believe this home could become far more interesting interior-wise.

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  2. VMaloneyVMaloney says: 99 comments

    Not sure exactly where this one is but been to Waxahatchie several times and it is a very charming town!

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