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Historical Home in Granbury, TX

If you love history, then this is the perfect place for you! The Granbury Sheriff’s House is known as the Wright, Henderson and Duncan House on the National and Texas Historical Registry dating back to 1873. The home is one of the oldest if not oldest home in Hood County. Three of the early owners of the home were Sheriff’s of Hood County. Sheriff A.J. Wright built the original dog trot home in 1873. Sheriff Henderson added the second floor and enclosed the dog trot in 1891. Sheriff Duncan purchased the home in 1928 and his ancestors owned the home until 2012. The home has since been redesigned to fit modern times but yet keeping the historical touches and some furnishings that date back to the start. This home is close to the historical downtown square and offers a lake and marina within walking distance. Walking in to this home you will be greeted with a grand entry and stairway. Downstairs the home features a formal living area, a large open living space and huge kitchen, formal dining area, 1/2 bath perfect for guests, laundry, and the primary bedroom with its own ensuite bath. Upstairs you will find a landing perfect for an extra living space, 2 bedrooms each with own bath, and don't forget about the balcony perfect for enjoying the outside air. Through the breezeway there is an additional Carriage House which features a one bedroom apartment equipped with a small kitchenette, living, dining, and bath. There is a large fenced yard with a large covered patio. With this home and the 0.799±AC, the options are endless! It would make the perfect family home, bed & breakfast, wedding venue, or more! Granbury has been voted USA Today's Best Historic small town in America several years running and this home is located on one of the busiest intersections in Granbury.