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Historic Homes of Georgetown Texas on Main Street

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Circa 1901

1243 Main street

R.F. Young House

Professor Young chose this romantic Queen Anne style house to be built in 1901. This house was moved to this location in 1978. The professor and his family built this home out side of town and they managed a dairy farm until 1948.
This home has many interesting features - molded wreaths, festoons on the entry bay gable, fish scale shingles, ionic columns
(A column characterized by the spiral ornament of its head).

Circa 1910

1252 Main street
Judge Cooper Sansom House

Texas Historical Marker
The Belford Lumber Co. built this home in 1910 for local attorney Cooper Sansom (1863–1928). A former newspaperman, Sansom served as city attorney and later as state reprehensive and district judge. An active civic leader, he was also prominent in state programs of the Presbyterian church and the Democratic party. Cooper Sansom’s home features influences of the prairie school style in its wide overhanging eaves, low horizontal design, and Tuscan columns.

Circa 1914

1257 Main street

Circa 1913

1256 Main street

Circa 1924

1253 Main street
Circa 1913

1255 Main street
Circa 1890s-1986

1251 Main street
Circa 1890s

1250 Main street

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