Our family of 3 did an escorted group tour of this home. A charming southern belle led our tour and was well versed on the history of this home while interjecting humor and grace. It is a beautiful property that represents 2 periods of history which clash a bit throughout the interior design of the home. But it is representative of it past dwellers. We enjoyed the tour and the beauty of this home and city. It is currently owned by the Catholic church but the historical society is hoping to purchase it this fall. So visit soon to make your contribution to preserving this charming jewel of Galveston's history.
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