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A true piece of Texas History! The Bloor Home is a true Texas Landmark and was built by Local rancher and farmer Alfred Sutton and his wife Martha. Constructed by the Elgin Press Brick Co., the house features characteristics of the Queen Anne/Colonial Revival styles. Outstanding features include the turreted corners, the massive portico and more. The house was recorded as a Texas Historic Landmark in 1982. Nestled on over 1.25 acres, offering exquisite charm and character. Sits on an entire City Block.
|9743494 - Residential||Sold - 90 days (178 days total)||$|
|9743494 - Residential||Pending - Taking Backups - 88 days||$599,900|
|9743494 - Residential||New||$599,900|
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