One of the most historic properties in the Texas panhandle is for sale, and you could be it's next owner. The S.W. Lowe House is located in Clarendon, Texas and has been standing since 1904. It is a Queen Anne Victorian style home and is listed not only in Texas history, but has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. One of the many listed selling points is that this home is "environmentally safe." The house was built before many modern day chemicals were created and has been restored using the same practices. In fact, the lumber used to build the house came to Clarendon aboard covered wagon from Louisiana.

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The 3,300 square foot house has only had 5 owners since it's inception. Other features of the home include:

  • Wraparound porch
  • Large foyer
  • Built-in seating areas
  • 3 coal-burning fireplaces
  • 3 sets of pocket doors
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 baths
  • 2 footed tubs
  • Leaded and stained-glass cabinets in formal dining room
  • Commissioned artist hand-painted border on floors in kitchen and back porch
  • Marble countertops in kitchen and butler's pantry
  • 6 ceiling fans
  • Programmable thermostat
  • All electric

There is also a separate garage and cottage that were built on the property in 2000. For more information about the sale of the property and the history, you can click here.

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