Historic Bevans home built in 1904   $225,000

This five bedroom two bath Redwood constructed Victorian home was built by
a prominent Menard family that also established Bevans State Bank which still
exists today.  The home has had new wiring and plumbing and a new roof with in
the last eight years.  Much of the flooring is hardwood and much of the ceilings
are of ornate tin.  Ceiling fans in every room, huge closets, and lots of cabinets
and shelving, perfect to display antiques and collectibles.  The lot is 96 x 210.
The home has two fireplaces with stainless steel lined chimney.  There are
large Pecan trees that were planted when the home was built.

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  5-2 3800sqft           back view             back view         view from front porch
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48 x 48 RV               garage                living room         dinning room
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2 fireplaces          Vermont stove           stairway
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    bedroom              antique tub          ornate tin ceilings in liv and dinning
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shelving in kit     sunroom on 2nd floor
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  examples of stain glass in the home
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