Historic House Listings

Sold. Kolstad Inn, Circa 1904 in Texas. Has an in-ground pool. $345,000

February 28, 2020

Beautiful hardwood floors in this home! Some of the wallpaper seems to fit it! The Kolstad Inn was built in 1904. It is located on .38 acres in Palestine, Texas. The property has an in-ground pool, a detached garage and a guest house. The guest house has a kitchenette, bathroom, and a bedroom. Would make a great bed and breakfast or take it back to a single family. It does have a commercial kitchen. Six bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 4,683 square feet. $345,000

Contact Dana Staples with United Staples Property Group: 903-206-0503

From the Zillow listing:


Take a trip to the hills & trees of East Texas & step back in time to the quality & craftsmanship only found in historic homes! From the gracious front porch to the elegant entry hall and exquisite staircase beyond, you will be impressed by the grandeur of this 1904 Greek Revival. With 4834 sq. ft., 6 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, this home features beautifully restored hardwood floors and woodwork, 4 sets of large pocket doors, working transoms, & large updated kitchen with pressed tin ceiling and chef’s commercial stainless steel range. The detail found in this home you rarely see, as well as the spacious size of the rooms – both the living and the bedrooms. The main level is composed of 2 living areas, grand stairway, banquet/dining room, kitchen, half bath, & back stairway. At the top of the stairs you will find a large landing/living area, 5 bedrooms, 2 baths, & laundry room. The third level was previously used as a game room but has been converted to an additional bedroom, bath, and large closet. The guest house located behind the main home, adjacent to garage, was added in 1995 with approximately 572 sq ft. including living, kitchenette, bedroom, bath, closet & utility. Shady landscaped and fenced backyard features a gunite pool and patio area. Incredible opportunity for bed and breakfast or beautiful home for a growing family!


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