1896 Queen Anne – Whitewright, TX

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Added to OHD on 7/21/19   -   Last OHD Update: 8/7/20   -   4 Comments
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410 W Walnut St, Whitewright, TX 75491

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  • $249,500
  • 5 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 5535 Sq Ft
  • 0.52 Ac.
SIZE DOES MATTER...When you can own this 5535 sf Victorian home built in 1896 in Whitewright close to in town merchants, churches and schools. HOME SCHOOL?...Not a problem! LARGE FAMILY?...Not a problem! This home offers a space for everyone with large rooms,original hardwoods,updated double pane windows , 1 WBFP and 2 decorative. Plumbed for gas and dual staircases that are just few of the very attractive features in this home. Current owners have updated many areas over the years yet you can still add your own touch to call it home. Call for more details are there are too many to list. Pool in the backyard is not functional and property is sold AS IS. MOTIVATED SELLER IS ENTERTAINING ALL OFFERS !!
Contact Information
Sheri Kent, DFW Elite
(214) 642-6969
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4 Comments on 1896 Queen Anne – Whitewright, TX

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  1. BethanyBethany says: 3451 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    Texas, I hear you calling my name! What a great old lady!

  2. ScottScott says: 349 comments
    1951 Grants Pass, OR

    Is that. . Is that flocked wallpaper in the stairway?

  3. John ShifletJohn Shiflet says: 5426 comments
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    1897 Queen Anne Colonial
    Cadiz, OH

    Whitewright is one of a number of rural communities in northeast Texas roughly from Gainesville to Clarksville along west-east Hwy. 82 with this town being slightly southeast of Sherman along north-south Hwy 69. The economies of these smaller towns have experienced changes due to the declines of the railroads and family farm agriculture.

    On the bright side, this lack of “progress” has helped to preserve some of the residential architecture of these communities. Whitewright appears to have retained a fair number of nice late Victorian residences like this example as well as a number of others (streetview: https://goo.gl/maps/y2bzQuWTXZCRhJ3X9) This home has had many improvements so I won’t quibble about the price. However, I would imagine the town has a number of worthy fixer uppers that might be quite affordable for those willing to invest sweat equity. Nearby Bonham has a number of fine Victorians as does Honey Grove and the tiny town of Ladonia which has a prominent George Barber designed Queen Anne: https://www.flickr.com/photos/11236515@N05/8444429513/in/album-72157632685147361/ In summary, this slower paced, mainly agricultural region of Texas still offers some great old homes for those willing to look for them. I found several Victorian homes I wasn’t aware of in Whitewright’s streetview so the next time I’m in the area I’ll make a side trip to see what I can find.

  4. kimmerskimmers says: 57 comments
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    1922 Dutch Colonial
    Fort Worth, TX

    The breaker box is awesome!
    I love homes with a “back staircase”. I’d love to see before and after photos.

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