1906 – Temple, TX

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Added to OHD on 12/20/18   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   11 Comments
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804 N 11th St, Temple, TX 76501

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  • $208,000
  • 5 Bed
  • 4 Bath
  • 4482 Sq Ft
  • 0.51 Ac.
This 5 bedroom 4 bathroom home with almost 4500 sqft will amaze you! This home is a historical landmark that features a basement and a spacious attic. Upon arrival you will notice the large covered porch that extends around half of the property. Perfect for relaxing and enjoying some iced tea in the summer months. There are two main entrances into the home; both will greet you with a grand staircase and chandeliers. The dining room features a wrought iron gate that beautifully separates it from the living room. The second floor has a large enclosed sunroom that shares a balcony with the master bedroom. The Master Bedroom includes a fireplace great for staying cozy on those cold winter nights. This is one you've got to see to believe!
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Araseli Salas, L and S Realty LLC
(254) 768-0190
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11 Comments on 1906 – Temple, TX

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  1. Glen says: 69 comments

    I really like this house for some odd reason. But that fireplace has to go.

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  2. Eric says: 395 comments

    I don’t understand the thought behind the wrought iron gate separating the living and dining rooms. Did they lock the gate if you were on a diet so you couldn’t get in the dining room? lol

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    • TGrantTGrant says: 849 comments
      OHD Supporter

      New Orleans, LA

      There was a decorative trend early in the 20th Century of wrought iron gates, light fixtures etc. They were usually only seen with a Moorish/Moroccan/Spanish Revival types of architecture though.

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  3. Ernie says: 332 comments

    Well, that fireplace is interesting…….I suppose if it is original I could learn to live with it, but if it’s not, then it would be gone!

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  4. hearsetraxhearsetrax says: 223 comments
    VA

    nice house with plenty of potential and I love that kitchen
    wish thar was a smidge more land to go with it though 🙂

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  5. Shelley says: 17 comments

    I can’t believe it’s only 208. That’s crazy.

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  6. Nice place but large open area down stairs and up reminds me of a hospital day room that was popular in the period of time the house was built. Did the doc treat people in the home I wonder? Love that massive porch!

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