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This Historical 1900s Mansion in Texas is Filled with Southern Charm

Sotheby's Internation Realty

Looking for a little piece of history tucked away in Texas? This incredible property in Round Rock been preserved in all its original early 1900s glory.

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It takes up an entire city block, and features a huge barn and charming guest house for friends and family to stay in.

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Yes, this home is so old that it has its own historical Texas marker right behind its stunning white fence.

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A beautiful brick drive brings you right up to the side of the porch under a pergola that’s covered in colorful flowers.

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Inside, there are beautiful hardwood floors, a regal chandelier and a stunning spiral staircase that will take you up the home’s three levels.

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One of the main sitting rooms is cherry-colored, and definitely makes you feel like you’ve stepped back in time.

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The parlor area is great for get-togethers. Whether you’re singing along with the piano or just chatting, there’s plenty of space here for entertaining.

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The stunning wallpaper in this dining room makes you feel like you’ve walked into a manor built for a king.

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If you love a good view, there are a couple of great spots to enjoy it in this house. This secondary dining room even has its own old school fireplace.

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This checkerboard flooring is classic and makes this second flood sun room seem even more expansive.

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Once you walk outside, you can enjoy the property’s beautiful gardens. You can also take a tour of the enormous barn and charming guest home.

So, does this look like the perfect place to spend your days? You can purchase it through Sotheby’s International Realty for $2.5 million. Yes, it’s a big chunk of change, but an investment like this is more than worth it.

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This Historical 1900s Mansion in Texas is Filled with Southern Charm