CULBERSON HOUSE (20161143)- Located in the historic riverfront district of Jefferson, the Culberson House is named for David B. Culberson, Jr. who brought his family to Jefferson on a wagon train in 1856. He built this Greek Revival home about the year 1867. David B. Culberson, Jr. was a prominent Jefferson attorney and politician in Jefferson's golden era as a steamboat port. He was a State Representative prior to the Civil War and later a State Senator. He served as a United States Congressman for 23 years. This was also the boyhood home of his son, Charles Allen Culberson, a lawyer, who honorably served as Texas Attorney General, Governor and U.S. Senator. This storied home was occupied by David Culberson and his wife Anna Culberson during their lifetime. In 1996, the Culberson House was extensively redecorated with the addition of an enclosed garage, guest quarters and landscaping to make the Culberson House one of the most elegant and beautiful homes in Texas. The Culberson House has four bedrooms, three full bathrooms and two half-bathrooms, a large formal living room, dining room, and family room, all with large wood burning fireplaces and a study with a fireplace with gas logs. All of the floors in the entry level are of heart pine and are original material to the home. A guest house has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a living room with a large wood burning fireplace and a Greek Revival portico with foot paths connecting it to a graceful water fountain and reflection pool. This legendary home is where Texas history has been made. It invites a purchaser to create a new chapter in its rich history. The Culberson House is listed for $700,000.00.
This sales price includes $400,000 plus worth of furnishings that convey with the sale of the home.
From Jefferson, take Polk St to east on Orleans St, home on Left on NW corner of Walnut and Orleans St
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