Denton is more than a college town. It’s a history-rich county seat with homes that run the gamut of styles and influences. For this week’s suburb Sunday, we take a look at three historic homes in Denton in three very different price ranges. Which do you see yourself most at home in?
This Historic Mansion with Wine Cellar Could Be Yours
Address: 1035 W. Oak Street, Denton
- 5 bedrooms, 6 baths
- 6,614 square feet
- $1.725 million
This is the 1903 neoclassical Evers House, one of a few original homes that existed on the well-to-do block of Oak Street, nicknamed “Silk Stocking Row.” The huge 6,614-square-foot home features rich hardwood floors and elegant moldings. The gourmet kitchen has a full catering kitchen includes custom cabinetry, commercial-grade appliances, and a butler pantry with leaded glass cabinetry and bronze countertops. Other special features include a full wine cellar, media room with drop-down screen, large elevator, and an impressive master bath with lighted cabinet storage. The beautifully landscaped yard with a lovely water feature and multiple sitting areas is a perfect place to relax with a glass of wine. Check out more photos here.
This home is listed by Dona Robinson of Allie Beth Allman & Associates.
A Historic Home with All the Modern Conveniences
Address: 716 W. Oak Street, Denton
- 4 bedrooms, 4 baths
- 5,865 square feet
This 1904-built Silk Stocking Row home just down the street from the Evers House has been totally refurbished. The kitchen has been modernized to include commercial-grade Viking appliances, stainless steel countertops for food prep, a working pantry, and subway tile backsplash. It features a custom saltwater pool, a custom Murphy Bed in one of the four bedrooms, and a luxurious master suite with nearly 360-degree views. See the rest of the house here.
This home is listed by Marianne Lamb of Keller Williams.
A Craftsman Style with Modern Touches
Address: 918 N. Austin Street, Denton
- 2 bedrooms, 1 bath
- 1,200 square feet
This two-bedroom historic treasure is your chance to live on Austin Street in the heart of Denton. Convenient to Denton’s Square, Quakertown Park, Civic Center, Library and TWU, the location cannot be beaten. This craftsman-style home has original hardwoods and shiplap walls, updated windows, fresh paint, electrical and plumbing updated throughout, and a tankless water heater. It’s got a fantastic floorplan with a spacious landscaped front and backyard. Check out the rest of the house here.
This home is listed by Megan Bradshaw of Hometown Real Estate, Keller Williams Realty.