9322 Farm to Market 2447
Chappell Hill, Texas - Washington County
✓ 3 Bedroom, 3 Bath Home ✓+/- 3837 SF ✓+/- 3.17 Acres ✓ Historic Home
Every once in awhile an opportunity comes along that’s too good to be true. Here’s your opportunity to own one of Chappell Hill’s historic Routt homes. This home is one of five that were built by John A. Routt in the early 1900’s. Restored to it’s current beauty and elegance this home has been featured on the historic home tour several times and also in magazine articles. Featuring 3-bedrooms and 3-full baths with approximately 3,837 sf on 3.17+/- acres the Routt-Dettling home has become a cherished family home to the current owner. From the moment you enter the home through the Grand Hall you are met with a beautiful colonnade and long leaf pine floors. To your left you will be pleasantly surprised by a gorgeous library with crown molding that came out of the Old Mercantile on Main Street. To the right is a good-sized bedroom featuring a fireplace on one end. Next you will see a large formal dining room and across the Grand Hall you will find a bathroom with claw-foot tub and an additional bedroom. Upstairs you will find another bedroom and bath along with a nice sitting area. Just down from the formal dining is the kitchen area with granite countertops and den which is open to the kitchen. As you leave the den you will pass through a nice butler’s pantry and down the steps to the great room. The great room features a cathedral ceiling and a custom fireplace along with a nice wet bar with a wine cooler, bar refrigerator and dishwasher drawer and additional bathroom. Surrounded by windows with plantation shutters this room will certainly be the center of many family gatherings. Just off the great room is the art studio which could function as an office or an additional bedroom. The exterior of the home has a great wrap-around porch that’s eight feet deep along with ceiling fans and also a screened in porch. In addition, there’s a pergola and flagstone patio and driveway. The 3.17+/- acres is dotted with mature pecan trees and includes an antique log building waiting to be restored. There’s also a barn with a concrete floor and loft.