1896 Queen Anne – Galveston, TX – $324,900

For Sale
National Register
Added to OHD on 5/8/19   -   Last OHD Update: 5/8/19   -   5 Comments
2328 Avenue O, Galveston, TX 77550

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  • $324,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2246 Sq Ft
A true survivor of the 1900 Storm, this beautiful Victorian style home exudes breathtaking late 1800's charm. Enjoy southerly gulf breezes from either of the front porches or take the short walk to the seawall for an early morning sunrise. You'll find historical Galveston appeal in every detail of this home, including beautiful original hardwood floors, soaring ceilings in the living area with oversized windows and stained glass detailing, a spacious dining room with elegant crown molding, kitchen with original bead board ceiling and pressed tin backsplash, and 1st floor bedroom & bath with a classic claw foot tub. The beautiful wood staircase leads to a huge master suite with separate sitting area with a large walk in closet. The uppermost part of the home is a room reserved for a princess, large enough for a sitting area with a walk-in closet & views of the Pleasure Pier. With a private back yard & 2 car detached garage, this classic can be a permanent residence or a weekend rental.
Contact Information
Thomas Summerville, Stanfield Properties
(281) 482-7000
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5 Comments on 1896 Queen Anne – Galveston, TX – $324,900

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  1. Avatarmontana channing says: 252 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1835 Federal
    unity, ME

    sanity returns – no island in the kitchen. what a jewel box of a house. all those great original features and if it survived the 1900 hurricane, I guess you don’t have to worry about structure.
    and a weekend rental would pay the mortgage. I would stay in the pink room and rent the rest.

  2. AvatarGardenStater says: 63 comments
    1865 Gothic Revival
    Charlotte, NC

    Amazing. I just finished reading “Isaac’s Storm,” by Erik Larson. It tells the story of the 1900 Galveston hurricane that destroyed the town and killed thousands. Hard to believe this fantastic home survived. What a beauty!

    • TXJewelTXJewel says: 293 comments
      OHD Supporter

      1920 Thurber Brick 4 Square
      Strawn, TX

      I have read an account of the great storm as well (I can’t remember if it was the same one). It was a truly chilling story and a miracle this house survived.

  3. AvatarLeah S says: 56 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1870 Vernacular Greek Rev

    I read “Isaacs Storm” as well. The Great Storm of 1900 was also chronicled in an earlier book that I can recommend, called “Death From the Sea”, by Herbert Mason.

  4. AvatarStacy says: 210 comments
    1900 Maybe Craftsmen

    We visit Galveston, Port Aransas,lots of summers! We love the beach & we drive around looking at homes dreaming of living there! Ive seen several old homes that survived the storm & they are beauties! Talking with locals, to live in Galveston thumbs up to aaaaannneee is about 50/50 when including expense, society & of course storm hazards & possibilities.

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