This Historic Texas Home Has the Dreamiest Porch We've Ever Seen—And It's on the Market
Originally built in 1910, this charming Texas home is a mix of two classic styles: Victorian and Greek Revival. The 3,356-square-foot home has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, and it can be yours for $329,900. Although it has been updated with modern amenities for comfortable living, the original structure and decorative elements remain intact and add era character throughout the property.
Located at 507 Coke Street in Yoakum, Texas, the home is listed by Shannon Trott of Coldwell Banker The Ron Brown Company. View the full listing and contact the agency here.
The first thing you'll notice about this historic property is the double wraparound porch that runs the entire length of the home. We're already imagining the evenings we could spend here.
From the white exterior to the haint blue porch ceiling to the swing hanging from the ceiling, there's no denying the Southern charm of this home.
As soon as you step through the front door, you'll notice the high ceilings, natural light from an abundance of windows, and well-preserved wood floors.
Intricate Details Intact
Throughout the home, you can see the beautiful woodwork that is still intact. The mantles and tile work around all of the fireplaces have been preserved over the years so it can still be enjoyed today.
Plenty of Storage Space
The main level of the home includes a spacious kitchen, large storage room, and utility room. The property also has a detached three car garage.
Beautiful Stained-Glass Windows
Here you can see some of the stained-glass windows. There are six throughout the home.
In 1983, The Texas Historical Commission designated this home with a commemorative historical marker.