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A Treasure of San Saba as well as a piece of San Saba's history is all combined in this 1870's 2 bedroom 1.5 bath home surrounded by 7 - century oak trees and a producing pecan tree. There is a antique double wire loop fencing enclosing the 1/2 acre shaded corner lot. The country porch has 6 white columns. There are two out buildings included. The barn does not leak and has a concrete floor. The cabin has all the materials included to finish it out, and when completed could be a guest house, office or even a She Shed. Both buildings have electricity. The home has two bedrooms, one of which, is a large master bedroom with a walk in closet and bathroom. There is also a half bath off of the utility room. In the formal dining room there is a build in china cabinet. A working fireplace with original built in wood box on one side and a bookshelf on the other complement the living room. This home also has some original antique brass door knobs and another great feature is there is lots of storage. Don't forget to look at the original wood floors in the living room and the formal dining room. The home is all electric except for the heating which is natural gas. The home needs some repairs and seller is offering a $10,000 repair allowance with a full price offer. According to the seller, the neighborhood is filled with good neighbors.
2019 Taxes were $1818.57 with exemptions