1918 Craftsman – Honey Grove, TX

Details below are from April 2018, sold status has not been verified.
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Added to OHD on 4/11/18   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   8 Comments
Off Market / Archived

701 Pecan St, Honey Grove, TX 75446

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  • $145,000
  • 2 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 1946 Sq Ft
  • 0.25 Ac.
Historic Craftsman bungalow with Japanese influence is rarely seen outside of California, similar homes designed by Iconic architects Greene and Greene. All original, only 2 owners first 96 years. Built as a retirement home by Honey Grove pioneer and prominent cotton broker Eugene Blocker. Top quality construction, concrete pier and beam with solid masonry walls and basement. Orig. lighting fixtures, hardware, beveled glass doors, all Oak floors, doors, windows, casing and trim, beautiful Oak builtin buffet with stained glass. Large solid masonry garage. Time capsule with unrivaled architectural detail. Recent mechanical updates. Game changing 16, 000 acre lake being built 15 minutes from Historic Honey Grove.
Contact Information
J. Peter Livingston, Compass
(214) 505-5005
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8 Comments on 1918 Craftsman – Honey Grove, TX

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  1. Linda R says: 218 comments

    The exterior of this house is one of the very coolest Craftsman I have ever seen. A little bit of Asian pagoda influence. So I was a bit disappointed by the interior. Still some very nice features like dining room built ins, but nothing as super cool as the outside.

    • Rachel says: 108 comments

      some of the interior beauty i feel is disguised by the lack of staging and non-period light fixtures. Japanese-influenced craftmsans are one of my favorites, and this is lovely example.

      • Zann says: 548 comments

        I live in the suburbs on Mobile, Alabama, and there are parts of the city where you can close your eyes, throw a quarter, and you are guaranteed hit a Craftsman. I tend to pass them by because I’m sort of overly used to them, but the outside of this one is definitely the coolest one I’ve seen. I also agree that the inside is more interesting than it first appears. Some of the built in’s especially caught my attention. This one is a sleeper. In the right hands it could be a knock out. I really kind of love this one.

  2. Tommy Q says: 463 comments

    Love the bath tub and many of the features hidden by a well lived life by the current owners. The kitchen cabinets are wonderful as well. It’s lovely home indeed and the Japanese pull is strong. Kirei desu ne!

  3. hearsetraxhearsetrax says: 223 comments

    strange and yet most curious place 😀

    wish thar was a bit more yard though

  4. shirley ann says: 8 comments

    Here is a link to historical society

  5. FERN BENSON says: 30 comments

    I am curious how the inside originally looked………..
    hey, could the alien head planter in the kitchen come with the sale?


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