1883 Folk Victorian Farmhouse In Brenham Texas

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1883 Folk Victorian Farmhouse In Brenham Texas

1883 Folk Victorian Farmhouse In Brenham Texas

SOLD

$499,000

8708 Captain Scott Road, Brenham, , 77833

4 baths ¦ 3 beds ¦ 3,727 sq ft ¦ 5 to 10 acres

Farmhouse, Victorian

Property Website


Realtor Information:

Susan Kiel ¦ Market Realty, Inc ¦ burton@marketrealty.com ¦ 979-289-2159


About This 1883 Folk Victorian Farmhouse In Brenham Texas

Magnificent 1883 Folk Victorian farmhouse that’s been in the same family for 4 generations. Built by Atreus and Katherine Clay near historic Independence, TX. Atreus and his brother, Captain Thomas C. Clay were members of ”Terry’s Rangers,” the 8th Texas Calvary of the Confederate State of America and both were Texas Rangers. Own a true piece of Texas history.

Formerly used as a Bed & Breakfast and wedding venue called the House of Atreus. Unique features of this property: high ceilings, hardwood floors, spacious living and dining areas with double sided fireplace, master suite downstairs with fireplace, 2 bedrooms with private bathrooms and fireplaces upstairs, bar/lounge overlooking enclosed pool space, Original cistern in the basement with wine cellar and 4,840 SF metal shop with 1bd/1ba guest quarters.

3.5 acre property with beautiful, ancient live oaks and pecan trees whispers of its past and beckons you home. For more information call listing brokers Savannah Gutierrez 979-277-4056 or Susan Kiel at 979-251-4078. 24 hour notice required for showings.

From Brenham head east on Hwy 105. Turn left on FM 50. Turn left on Captain Scott Rd. Property will be on the left.


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