If you are looking for opportunity you must see this one! 3200+ square feet, 12-foot ceilings throughout, a large covered front porch, and 3.7 unrestricted acres minutes from Marble Falls. Originally built as the Fairland School in 1939 by the Works Progress Administration, it has been a residence for 30+ years. The exterior rock work is a piece of art. It is predominantly flagstone but has petrified wood and other unique pieces mixed in as well. A plaque on the front porch gives credit to the builders and lends to the historic feel of the building. There is not any historic designation, so the property is not restricted. Move in, as is, or let your imagination create a space to call your own. The kitchen, dining, and living room are open which allows plenty of space to entertain. A fireplace and hearth flanked by big windows is prominent in the living room. Original hardwood floors are present throughout most of the home. There are three large bedrooms, and an office. A spacious bonus room allows for a separate family area, or with multiple entrances, a separate living space could easily be created. Outside there is a workshop and a rock building with a coop and fencing for small livestock or a kennel for the pups. An arbor shaded by wisteria is a great place to relax with a glass of iced tea. Crepe myrtles and other trees shade the property, which is fenced, and cross fenced except for the area in front of the house. Act now to own a piece of Fairland history.
Listing courtesy of Futrell Real Estate.