308 S Minnesota St, Beeville, TX, 78102
$37,900 ~ Reduced to $29,900 ~ Off Market
The interior photos of this c.1900 fixer upper are dark, but you get the picture. It’s a real project. The home has original elements, however, that could shine in the right hands. Note the glass-front built-ins, hardwood floors, clawfoot tub, beadboard, tall windows and vintage top kitchen cupboards. You might almost miss the mantel, too, as it blends in with the paneling.
According to Wikipedia:
The original site on the Poesta River was first settled by the Burke, Carroll and Heffernan families in the 1830s. Present-day Beeville was established on a 150-acre land donation made by Ann Burke in May 1859 after the Republic of Texas was annexed by the United States. It was first named “Maryville” for pioneer Mary Heffernan.
It was renamed “Beeville” after Barnard E. Bee, Sr., who had served as Secretary of State and Secretary of War for the Republic of Texas. It was called “Beeville-on-the-Poesta”, with a nearby community “Beeville-on-the-Medio” seven miles (11 km) to the west. The first post office opened in 1859.
Our featured house was built 21 years before paved roads came to Beeville.
All offers for this fixer upper must be submitted by the Buyer’s agent via the RES.NET Agent Portal. If your offer is accepted, you agree to be responsible for an offer submission technology fee of $150.00. The fee will be included on the closing disclosure and paid at the closing of the transaction. To submit your buyer’s offer, simply click the link below. If you already have a RES.NET Agent account, you will be prompted to log in. If not, you will be prompted to create an account. Walk thru history in this 100+ year old home pioneer floor plan central hallway thru most of the house; large rooms needs lots of updating and TLC To begin, click or paste this link into your web browser: Property Sold as is .
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