Wide-open spaces are becoming more and more valuable, and when you park an architecturally fascinating structure on a broad swath of peak Texas soil that’s within commuting distance of the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area, you can see the obvious attraction. But this beautiful Victorian in Waxahachie is so much more than just a house, or just an equestrian property. It’s living history.
“When you’re on the property, you feel like you have stepped back in time will all of the modern conveniences,” says David Griffin and Company Realtor Lori Ericsson, who is co-listing this unique Waxahachie Victorian with Jack Carter. “The atmosphere takes you back to a time when a horse and buggy could easily trot down the driveway to pick you up to take you the general store.”
The seamless merging of Old World style and modern amenities makes this Waxahachie Victorian an easy pick for our High Caliber Home of the Week presented by Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans. And considering the 178 acres of exceptionally maintained land, plus the many outbuildings and structures, makes this home ideal for those who want a true country retreat.
“Between the eclectic home, the large art studio, horse facilities, hayfields, and large forest area with a nature path, the home has something for everyone,” Ericsson said.