When I was looking at real estate listings in Marshall, Texas recently, I decided to look at homes outside of my budget. I found the most expensive home that is currently for sale in Marshall, Texas it’s listed at $1,699,990. When you add the fact that the home is currently 162 years old, having been built in 1860, it might turn potential buyers away. But when you see pictures of the most expensive home currently for sale in Marshall, Texas you will probably fall in love with this place. 

The address is 166 Beavers Bnd, Marshall, TX 75672. The home is 4 bedrooms, 5 ½ bathrooms, is a total of 6,920 square feet and sits on 8.4 acres of land. What made me love this property immediately is the wrap around porches on both the first and second floors of the home. While this gorgeous home has timeless beauty and a rich heritage it also comes with the modern conveniences that we all enjoy. 

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The Most Expensive Home For Sale in Marshall Was Renovated 

The home was built 160+ years ago but was renovated from 2008 to 2012, the home was taken down to the dirt floors and redone with perfection. If you are a wine connoisseur, you’ll enjoy the cypress wine racks that can accommodate up to 500 bottles. Plus, the gourmet country kitchen uses a refurbished general feed store seen bin as an island. 

There is a Guest House on the Property  

On top of the beautiful main home on the property there is a 1,000 square foot guest house, with two additional bathrooms. Plenty of room for friends and family to visit in comfort. Check out the photos of this stunning home in Marshall, Texas.  

Most Expensive Home in Marshall, Texas

It's over 160+ years old but was renovated and looks amazing.

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