Beautiful 1896 Victorian house on State Street

This lovely residence is a Victorian house that was originally built in 1896. It’s located on State Street in downtown Houston. It’s a very old house but it has been carefully restored over the years. Now it’s in very good condition and it still features some of the original elements.

Sitting right around the corner, this house is like a hidden treasure. The owners are really lucky to have found this beautiful home and to have been able to preserve it over the years. The location is very good and convenient. It’s close to bars, restaurants and clubs and it offers both privacy and lovely views over the surrounding landscape. The design of the house is very simple and, as expected, rustic. Moreover, the interior of the house is very bright. It has large windows and on both levels.

When you see the house from the street it looks very lovely, with the white picket fence and its cute and rustic design. It’s also a very inviting home. As you enter, the entry way is bright and friendly and it still features the original pine floors. The home has 11 feet tall ceilings which is not a very common element for old houses. The kitchen is very bright and it has both large windows and undercabinet lighting. The bedrooms are all very inviting and cozy.{found on amiusmie}.

Published by in Real Estate, on January 13th, 2012


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