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302 S Grove, Marshall, Texas 75670 - Harrison County
$157,900 0.30 Acres
2 beds 2 Bathrooms 2800 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 2965182


This Victorian Queen Ann Style home was built in 1898 and is called the Starr-Pope Home, is 2800 square feet, with 850 square feet of covered porches (one screened), and a 500 square foot basement. Throughout are 12 ceilings, newly refinished heart pine floors, original woodwork, pocket doors, and working transoms over the doors. Kitchen with Butlers Pantry, Two bedrooms, two baths, master bath updated with walk-in tiled shower and large Jacuzzi tub. Includes gallery, laundry room, and a unique birthing room in the center of the house. There are 4 non-working fireplaces with original cast iron covers, originally designed to burn coal. Antique brick patio and walkway graces the fenced in back yard. The lot is a corner lot with mature shade trees and nicely landscaped. Many updates from electrical, plumbing and painting. Call Today to set a private showing on this beautiful home !!!! The Starr-Pope Home was built in 1898 as a wedding present for Clara, daughter of J. Franklin Starr, upon her marriage to Ben Pope. It left the Starr family in the 1950s, and has had only 3 owners since, the present owner having lived here from 1991 through 2014. The house sits on a large lot (1/2 block) adjacent to the Starr Family Home State Historical Site, 3 blocks from the downtown square.


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