There is a lot of history with this architect built home! The home was built in 1908. It is located on .29 acres in Alpine, Texas. The home was built by noted architect, William Daugherty. The home was built for the father of Captain Everett E. Townsend, who was the founder of Big Bend National Park. It was also owned by the brother-in-law of Jesse James. The home features a covered front porch, hardwood floors, transom windows, bead board and a nice stone patio. One bedroom, one bathroom and 1,532 square feet. $275,500
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Built in 1908 of molded concrete block by noted architect William Daugherty, this home is a lovely hybrid of Greek Revival and Victorian Style. The outer walls resemble quarry stone, and the cedar shingle roof has been replaced by durable tin. The original wood trim remains in place as does the period finishings. The home was built for the father of Captain Everett E. Townsend, AKA the founder of Big Bend National Park. It was also owned by Frank and Jesse James’ brother-in-law, Allen H. Parmer.
VICTORIAN STYLEQUARRY STONEGREEK REVIVALLOVELY HYBRIDWOOD TRIMDURABLE TIN