Morgan's Point, TX 77571
The McElvogue-Kennedy House on Upper Galveston Bay is believed to be the oldest surviving house north of Galveston. The original homestead, which was extensively remodeled and enlarged in the mid 1970s, was moved to its present location on Morgans Point in November of 1896. The exact age of the House is unknown but its construction is believed to have begun in the 1890s. A beautiful formal entrance was added to the home providing views of the grounds and natural light. The current home offers four bedrooms with two full baths and one half sitting on just under 1 acre. The kitchen has double ovens, granite countertops, a farm sink and two refrigerators. Downstairs has a spacious open living area, study and formal den with bay views. All bedrooms are upstairs along with two bathrooms. Spacious deck off the back of the home for entertaining. There is an apartment above the detached garage with a bedroom, bathroom, living area and small kitchen.
Jeff Bulman with John Daugherty, REALTORS
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