Historic House Listings

How cute is this!!?? Circa, 1898 in Galveston, Texas. $269,500

May 16, 2018

This is so cute!!! 1900 storm survivor. Built by Louis Koester as a tenant cottage. Louis was a wholesale grocer. Three feet of water was in garage from Hurricane Ike. So I guess this storm has survived multiple storms. Two bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 1,456 square feet. $269,500

From the Zillow listing:


AVENUE P 1900 STORM SURVIVOR! Built in 1898, this L-front Victorian was built as a tenant cottage by Louis R. Koester, a wholesale grocer. Featuring a five bay front, this home is raised and has been beautifully restored. Gorgeous hardwood floors. Transoms. Pocket doors. Original stained glass and operable windows. Sit on the back porch and enjoy the cool Gulf breezes and overlook the well-maintained backyard. Property is fully fenced. Downstairs contains 1,456 sq. ft. of space that could be converted into additional living space. Downstairs also features a/c window units and a tandem garage. Automatic gate allows automobile access from the alley. Roof replaced after Ike. No Ike or Harvey water in the main house. Approximately 3′ of water in downstairs area/garage from Ike.

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