L R Taylor Add Real Estate

L R Taylor Add Real Estate

Welcome to the charming L R Taylor Add subdivision located in Temple, Bell County, Texas. This picturesque neighborhood offers a perfect blend of tranquility and convenience, making it an ideal place to call home.

L R Taylor Add is known for its well-maintained streets, beautiful landscaping, and a strong sense of community. The neighborhood features a variety of home styles, from cozy bungalows to spacious family homes, ensuring there is something for everyone.

Residents of L R Taylor Add enjoy easy access to a range of amenities, including parks, schools, shopping centers, and dining options. The neighborhood is also conveniently located near major highways, providing quick connections to other parts of Temple and beyond.

Nature enthusiasts will appreciate the proximity to outdoor recreational areas, where they can enjoy hiking, biking, and picnicking. For those seeking cultural experiences, Temple offers a vibrant arts and entertainment scene, with museums, galleries, and theaters just a short drive away.

Whether you are a young professional, a growing family, or a retiree looking for a peaceful retreat, L R Taylor Add has something to offer everyone. Come and discover the warmth and charm of this lovely neighborhood in the heart of Temple, Texas.

Newest Listings in L R Taylor Add

4 Beds 3 Baths 538539 MLS
Have you ever wanted to own a piece of history? This lovely 1907 Queen Anne Victorian farm house is your rare opportunity. Registered with both the federal and state historical associations, this four bedroom, 2 1/2 bath home offers two living areas, a huge kitchen with breakfast area, a spacious dining room, a butler’s pantry and two floors of wraparound porches. A detached three car garage offers room for a workshop or a hobbyist to enjoy being creative. The home is set on .38 acres on a lot with mature pecan and oak trees. The house is known as the Ferguson Home, James was governor before his wife, Miriam. He built this house for her when they were living in Belton. Because she was a gardener, he was able to lure her to Temple with a mason jar of soil from the land. He founded the Ferguson bank and ran for office. She followed him as the first woman elected to the office of governor in this country. Two historical pictures come with the house, you will be able to see them on the walls. There is also other photos taken over the years and memorabilia that the new resident will have upon move in. The blue paint on the porch ceilings have proven to keep wasps away, as the house has been well maintained top to bottom. Professional photos to come soon as well as yard sign. Now priced to sell as Seller is downsizing and searching for a new residence. My last reduction was a typo. The house is in excellent shape and has been maintained very well.

518 N 7th Street, Temple

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