Hold my green beer. For this week’s Suburb Sunday, we’re toasting you a happy St. Patrick’s Day with homes in the Erath County town of Dublin, known as the official Irish Capital of Texas. It’s also the former home of the last Dr. Pepper bottling plant that used real Imperial cane sugar, a variety of Dr. Pepper that earned nearly bootleg status. Dublin is a town full of history and character, and these three home are no exception. This week’s Suburb Sunday is an especially eclectic one with a Folk Victorian, a 1930s Tudor, and a 1960s Spanish Ranch house sitting on an amazing 700+ acres.
St. Patrick’s Day Perfection
Address: 321 N. Patrick Street, Dublin
- 5 bedrooms, 2 bath
- 3,758 square feet
Here’s a captivating two-story folk Victorian style home built in 1898 with fresh landscaping, garden, new paint, new windows, and a storybook white picket fence. The elaborate spindlework on the porch overhang adds an ornate embellishment to this understated Victorian style. It sits on a corner lot of nearly a half-acre and has two living rooms, five bedrooms, and a full bath upstairs and downstairs.
See the rest of this great house (with GREAT bones) listed by Miles Gilman of Gilman Properties.
This Brick Tudor Is a Time Capsule
Address: 352 N. Grafton Street, Dublin
- 3 bedrooms, 2 bath
- 2,363 square feet
This 1938-built brick Tudor with tile roof that has only been owned by two families since it was built. While needing updates, the 60’s era bathrooms show how meticulously cared for this home was. The original hardwood floors throughout are intact under the carpet. It’s situated on a large corner lot with tall pecan trees and a private backyard that has a sprinkler system supplied by a well.
Check out the rest of the home (and opulent pink master bath) listed by Jim Leatherwood of Leatherwood Real Estate.
Spanish Ranch House Sits on 737 Acres
Address: 1543 Private Road #1451, Dublin
- 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bath
- 4,177 square feet
- $3.75 million
This is an amazing find: a three bedroom, three and half-bath Spanish ranch home sits on approximately 737 acres of fenced pasture land with four creeks and 300 acres of mature Live Oak, Post Oak, Mesquite, Elm, and Pecan trees. Two additional homes are located on the property, including the Rock and Cedar home with three bedrooms and two baths and a corrugated iron bunk house has a full kitchen, bath, and laundry room. For horses, there is an arena, round pen, walker, a number of barns and lofting sheds, and a stalled barn with tack room.
Browse the rest of the property photos listed by Sandra Thomas of Magnolia Realty (yes, Chip and Joanna’s Magnolia).