Do not miss this exquisite piece of history in the heart of Monroe's historic district, conveniently located just minutes from the burgeoning downtown filled with modern day conveniences. Welcome to the Houston-Redfern home, circa 1874-1905. The earliest portion of the home was apparently constructed in 1874 by B.F. Houston, probably in the Italianate style. His daughter Mary Houston Redfern and husband Randolph Redfern remodeled and expanded the home around 1905, turning the house into a Neo-Classical Revival. The unparalleled architectural details include a full-width colossal portico, fluted Corinthian columns set on brick pedestals and a center dormer with domed turrets topped with urns and finials. The home boasts breathtaking stained glass sidelight and transom windows. There are 4 bedrooms and 3 full baths with the option of having a primary bedroom on the main level. Notice the tiled surround fireplaces, high pressed tin ceilings and heart pine flooring. This one is priceless!
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