1107 Estate Drive LaMarque TX

Dated: 04/10/2017

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1107 Estate Drive has all the charm of the world left behind by an effort to mass produce homes for profit. This builder's personal custom built home shows pride at every turn from the custom gutters or cedar lined roof on the patio to the all wood cabinets built on site. These are qualities that one does not find in a home built today. The beautiful floors were imported tile from Italy and the polished walnut real wood block paneling is in impeccable condition. All this plus more in 2676 square feet under $200,00.


The walnut paneling has seen only one family since it was built. If these walls could talk of all the past joyful Christmas', birthdays' and other holidays. The 25' x 35' family room with it's gorgeous fireplace is equipped with floor plugs to arrange the furniture as needed. The wet bar makes entertaining a must!

You will never want to leave either of the 2 massive baths in this home. The double sized shower is dream come true and the over sized mirrored whirlpool tub in the master is a delight for any age. There is also a half bath for guest in the family area. Walk into tranquility when you enter this home! 

Barbie Tucker is available for private tours at 409-539-8234.

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