This listing is provided courtesy of Michael Cordray, Save 1900 Realty, LLC, 281-724-1264.
Welcome to the 1882 Menard-Ganter House! This Texas Historical Commission registered landmark is described as having "a front gallery with Eastlake detailing, dormered second level, and single door primary entrance with transom". This exceptional home features 4 bedrooms and 3 full baths, an impressive and expansive main level with both formal and informal living spaces, a massive front porch to look out over a wonderful street in the heart of the East End Historic District, detached garage with plenty of space for a workshop and storage. The main level primary includes built-in storage and large attached bath with accessible shower. Countless original details remain beginning with the original sidewalk tiles and wrought iron fence, marble fireplace mantle, butlers pantry, tin ceiling in kitchen as well as stunning windows, flooring, trimwork, and pocket doors. This home is a wonderful option for those wanting historic charm without the common hinderance of long staircases.