North East Quarter of outlot 85 was originally the outlot/farm of Gail Borden Jr.'s brother, Thomas Henry Borden
South East side of house features a wrap around Verandah
Large glass windows to the South Side
1899 Home is designated a Texas Historical Commission Recorded Texas Landmark
View of the South garden & brick walkway
Front entrance to 1919 37th Street
South Verandah with wonderful breeze
Verandah looking toward the East
Original Oak doors & tile floor within the vestibule
Foyer-crown molding & extensive wood work. Original fireplace with applied design.
Living room with crown molding, floor to ceiling windows, '12 foot ceilings
Original craved gas fireplace with Alabaster tile. Pocket doors that open into the foyer.
Elegant dining room with transoms. Pocket doors that open into the foyer.
Another view of this elaborate dining area. Original gas fireplace. Oak floors, crown molding. pocket doors that lead into the foyer.
Beautiful built in Oak hutch. Tile floors, ceramic tile counters.
Natural light with views to the garden. Breakfast bar, Thermador range.
Separate refrigerator & freezer.
Half bath with porcelain basin. Convenient for your guest.
Wet bar is perfect for coffee or drinks.
Elevator with access to ground & second level.
Nicholas Clayton designed this large Queen Anne style home, a classic late Victorian residence. The asymmetrical façade features a wrap-around verandah, bays w/large glass windows, two chimneys & jewel & button glass windows. The 1899 home is designated a Texas Historical Commission Recorded Texas Landmark. Features include crown molding & extensive wood work, pocket doors & built-ins, elevator, game room/storage area & bath, 2 car garage, storage, quarters’ w/room & bath. Beautiful landscaping.
Disclaimer: Lot configuration and dimensions are estimates, not based on personal knowledge and come from a third party (Digital Map Products); therefore, you should not rely on the estimates and perform independent confirmation as to their accuracy