c.1897 Queen Anne Victorian in Weatherford, TX Reduced to $995K (PHOTOS)

c.1897 Queen Anne Victorian in Weatherford, TX Reduced to $995K

$995,000 | Built c.1897 | 6,600 Sq. Ft. | 10 Beds | 10 Baths | 5.15 Acres
808 S Lamar Street, Weatherford, Texas, United States, 76086

Operating as the St. Botolph Inn Bed & Breakfast for the past 27 years by the current owners, it is now time for somebody else to take the reins and continue the operation or restore this grand old Victorian back into a family residence. The towering Queen Anne has been reduced to $995,000. It was built c.1897 for William E. Tate, a hardware merchant, and originally sat on approximately 80 acres of land used for grazing and farming. The Tate family are said to have lived in the home for 19 years before selling. The property was later purchased by Dan and Shay Buttolph who opened the St. Botolph Inn Bed & Breakfast. The historic property offers 10 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, including two guest suites with separate entrances. Highlights include a second storey ballroom with domed ceiling and acoustic tiles, a wraparound gingerbread porch, elaborate interior woodwork, five carved fireplace mantels and ten foot tall sliding pocket doors. The home sits in the historic district of Weatherford overlooking the 1886 Courthouse with views of Fort Worth on a clear day. It’s on the market for $995,000 with Williams Trew.







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