Located on Cypress Creek on what is known as the pecan bottom, this historic property holds a historic marker with the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1874, it has been a Stagecoach Inn, a Post Office, General Store, and a Blacksmith Shop. The 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath home is 2800 sq feet with 3 fireplaces as was customary in the 1800s. The limestone walls are 18 thick and have a natural insulation from the summer heat. The livery stable has 4 stalls on a concrete floor, with an enclosed upstairs room. In the past year, updates have included a new septic system, 2 full baths, new plumbing, electric updates, ductless units, stalls, fencing, and gates. Whether you want a weekend getaway, a peaceful homestead, or a venue, this property is living history in Texas.