208 Ave I, Shiner, Texas 77984$395,000
Magnificent, historic home on 1.5 acres. 4 Bedroom / 2 Bath with a living suite in the basement of the home. The 3,202 sqft home is one of the oldest and best preserved homes in Shiner. A home from the early 1900’s it has all the beauty that is expected and desired in homes from that time period. Beautiful longleaf floors lead you throughout the home. Ornately carved wood can be found around the doorways, windows, kitchen cabinets and bathrooms. Most of the woodwork is original to the home and has been very well preserved over the last 100+ years. Large rooms with tall ceilings, large kitchen, sun porch, parlor. The home has a large basement with a full living suite. The living suite has it’s own bathroom and kitchen area. The openness of the basement is prefect as a recreational room, she shed or man cave.
The home sits on 1.5 acres making it one of the larger townsites in Shiner. The well manicured yard has beautiful flowerbeds and large mature pecan trees and a very large magnolia tree. A covered porch in the back of the house is perfect for gatherings and enjoying the private country view to the rear of the home. Just off the house is a two room workshop with attached 3 car garage. The rear of the property has a pecan orchard and is fenced for horses or show animal projects.
This home was originally owned by the early, prominent Wolters family of Shiner around 1903. The current owners are the fourth owners of the home. For decades the basement of the home is where the Boy Scouts in Shiner would hold their meetings.
The impeccable condition of the original wood accents speak volumes to the love and care it has received by all who’ve owed it through the years. This home is one of a kind and a true Shiner gem!!
Property Status: For Sale
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208 Ave I, Shiner, Texas 77984
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