1930 – Big Spring, TX – $475,000

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Added to OHD on 3/17/20   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   7 Comments
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501 Hillside Dr, Big Spring, TX 79720

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  • $475,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 3274 Sq Ft
  • 0.39 Ac.
Looking for quality of a historic home? Gorgeous four bedroom, three bath, three living areas located in prestigious Edwards Heights. Has been completely renovated with no detail spared! Fabulous architectural details throughout. Kitchen has maple cabinets, quartz counters, & marble floors. Wood flooring, exposed beams, & high end finishes. Lush landscaping, nestled on a large corner lot.
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Linda Barnes, Home Realtors
(432) 263-1284 / (432) 270-0062
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7 Comments on 1930 – Big Spring, TX – $475,000

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  1. Now that’s expensive tile, but a different countertop in the kitchen would break up the non sight line profile. A nice architectural treasure for someone, wonderful to see non painted woodwork…

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  2. PhillipPhillip says: 265 comments
    1910 Tudor/craftsman mix

    a very sympathetic restoration of a beautiful house, love the woodwork, the light fixtures, the fireplaces, and pretty much everything else about this one. I bet it sells quickly.

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  3. JoAnnJoAnn says: 119 comments
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    1903 Melissa, TX

    Very nice house. Big Spring is a nice little-ish town in west Texas. Probably hurting this week with the down turn in oil prices; but this house is lovely for anyone wanting a lovely home. It feels so sturdy and stable and protecting in this crazy time.

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  4. CateCate says: 252 comments
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    Milwaukee, WI

    Pretty, pretty home! Not much needs to be revamped here. Bet it will sell quickly.

  5. NancygirlNancygirl says: 217 comments
    1962 Ranch
    New Concord, OH

    The front door is beautiful!

  6. John ShifletJohn Shiflet says: 5356 comments
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    1897 Queen Anne Colonial
    Cadiz, OH

    I concur with the other comments shared-this is a fine home reflecting the changes occurring as the 1920’s ended and the 1930’s ushered in a period of austerity. The quality is still there but the lavish details of the Roaring Twenties are absent. It’s challenging to peg this house stylistically-there’s a little Colonial Revival, some Mission Revival, almost a Art Deco like front facade. All of the rooms appear to have a remarkable state of preservation and more recent changes are subtle in nature. All in all, this is a fine home of the early 1930’s era when home construction was slow throughout the country.

    Big Spring, as the name implies, was a source of water in an arid region of West Texas. Settlement at the site was sparse before 1900 as the arrival of the railroad in the 1880’s made the fledgling town merely a stop-over on the way to El Paso. In 1920, the first discovery of oil in what is known as the Permian basin occurred leading to an oil boom in the 1920’s that made the few other communities in the area, like Midland and Odessa, relatively wealthy. The Permian Basin oil region (currently at very low levels due to the oil crisis) changed the entire regional economy but has long been subject to upswings and downturns tied to the price of oil. This is one of the nicest homes I’ve seen from west Texas dating from this prosperous era.

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  7. jeklstudiojeklstudio says: 1050 comments
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    1947 Ranch
    OR

    The black & white bathroom is so pretty! Whole house is beautiful.

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