1893 – Sealy, TX – $549,000

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Added to OHD on 1/8/19   -   Last OHD Update: 1/8/19   -   10 Comments
613 Ward St, Sealy, TX 77474

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This Queen Anne Victorian home was built in 1893. The home has 4,532 square feet and is positioned on a 1/2 acre lot. An adjacent 1/4 lot is also available for purchase. 12' ceilings downstairs, 11.5' ceilings upstairs, original longleaf pine floors, original wood windows, original, never painted longleaf pine wood trim. ? Full restoration completed in 2008. All new electrical, plumbing, roof, insulation, zoned heating and air conditioning as of 2008. Main roof is Certainty 50-year roof. Kitchen and porch roofs are standing seam metal. The yard has many mature trees and is fenced with a well-constructed 7' high privacy fence. there is a master suite downstairs as well as upstairs. Sealy is located 30 minutes west of Houston on Interstate 10. Sealy retains the small-town charm of yesteryear and is safe and quiet. ? The house is located three blocks from State Hwy 36 and approximately 10 blocks from I-10.
Contact Information
Aaron Jistel, Listing Spark
(512) 827-2252
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10 Comments on 1893 – Sealy, TX – $549,000

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  1. AvatarPolly says: 9 comments

    What a lovely home! It is so nicely decorated and furnished. It has been shown a lot of love over the years.

  2. AvatarDeniseLynn says: 225 comments

    Wow! Stunning home. The kitchen and butler’s pantry are gorgeous! I like all of the wallpapers too. The windowed room at the top is a cool feature. My cats would love the shelf that’s there, but there doesn’t appear to be room for a cushioned built-in window seat.

  3. AvatarMargaret Kuberka says: 54 comments

    Does anyone know what that chimney like structure is in the yard. Thought maybe an incinerator but looks like you can go inside it. Looks like no parking or vehicle storage.

  4. AvatarDavid Sweet says: 184 comments

    I love almost everything about this house, but the obelisk in the yard would have to go.

  5. AvatarBethany otto says: 2519 comments
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    Escondido, CA

    wow wow wow! I would drop everything and move to Texas in a heartbeat if this house were the destination!

  6. AvatarRobin Wells says: 4 comments

    Guessing the backyard structure is for a water tank and the windmill to power the pump is now gone.

  7. AvatarDeb says: 20 comments

    Playhouse now? Beautiful home!

  8. PhillipPhillip says: 175 comments
    1910 Tudor/craftsman mix

    the natural heart pine trim just makes it for me, plus they did a great job inside and out. That kitchen is gorgeous. It would be a shame to buy it and not buy the empty lot next door

  9. Avatarzoomey says: 482 comments

    What a beauty! The renovations and updates are so well done! The kitchen is particularly nice. Great house!! And I love the porches. The entry is beautiful too.

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