Restored and Updated, This Historic Lubbock Home Is For Sale
You could own a piece of Lubbock's history. Along 19th street in Lubbock sits some very historic homes. Homes that have been around for a while and have had notable people of Lubbock's past live in them. It's rare that these home are for sale, but the historic home located at 2901 19th Street is now for sale after the previous owners who inherited the home renovated and updated it.
This Historic Georgian Revival influenced home offers old world charm mixed with modern amenities and at a great location. According to Zillow, The 6,000 sq. ft. home has 5 bedrooms and 4 baths. The main level of the home features a large living room, a library, dining room and updated kitchen. Downstairs is where you will the master bedroom and bath.
With this home you may spend a lot of time outdoors. The landscaping is beautiful, there is a pond, and huge trees to provide shade. There is also a guest house in the back. Previous owners have included former Texas Governor Preston and Ima Smith, and former State Representative and Professor at the Texas Tech Law School, Myrna Quilliam. There is also a Historic Landmark marker on the grounds for the Wiley/Smith/Quilliam home. Check out the pictures below of this historic Lubbock home that is now for sale.
The home is listed for $999,000 according to Zillow. For more information call Aubrey Hines at 806-559-0869.
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