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Property Details: Historic Texas Jewel on National Registry     


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Historic Texas Jewel on National Registry
520 Main St (Jaggard Rd)
West Columbia, TX
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Price: $550,000
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Square Feet: 3,368
Lot Description/Acreage:
Shaded 1.49 acres
Year Built:
1870
Architectural Style:
Victorian
(c.1860-1900)
 
Contact Information
Name: Dinah Wicker
Agency: TEXAS TEAM REAL ESTATE
Phone: 19792994047
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Property History
The Aycock-Crews House was built by riverboat Captain Richard T. Aycock for his wife, Sue Elisabeth, shortly after he acquired the property in 1889 (Brazoria County Deed Records 7:192). Aycock operated several steamers on the Brazos River during the prosperous days of the steamboat era, and is best known for his 1881 command of the George W. Thomas, a 168-ton paddle wheeler (Puryear 1976). The steamer made weekly runs from Galveston to East Columbia freighting cotton, sugar, molasses, pecans, hides, lumber and preserved beef During the late 19th century, Aycock captained for the Columbia Transportation Company (Brazoria County Historical Museum files).
 
Property Description
Enjoy all your family holidays and celebrations in this historic Queen Anne styled home. This beautiful estate, surrounded by moss draped, oak and pecan trees is located in East Columbia. You can work in Houston and come home to another century and solitude. Relax on the huge front porch in your swing or have game time in the family-sized sunroom with fireplace. One large bedroom down with complete bath. Upstairs your family or guest can enjoy en suite bedrooms with separate dressing rooms and walk in closets. The Primary has a gas fireplace for cozy evenings. There is a 36” x 40” elevator for modern convenience. Step back into time as you enter the kitchen. The historic, brick walled and cooking enabled fireplace, is the center point for family gatherings around the table on cold mornings. The kitchen is large enough to add an island if desired. Behind the kitchen is a wall of cabinets for a butler’s pantry or extra pantry space.
 
Additional Notes
This home is located in East Columbia which is designated as a National Historic Area. There are at least 7 homes in this designation including the Aycock Crews Home.
Added On: September 9, 2021
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