This historic home, built for Sim and Ruby Cooper in 1906, is located near downtown Bryan and is only a short drive to Texas A&M University (6 miles to Kyle Field with a shuttle nearby). The home was the personal residence of an Architect for 15 years and it has been completely restored and updated.
The house has approximately 3,300 square feet of living space with high ceilings, large arches, and many functioning windows. It has a well-equipped kitchen, a large family room with an HD TV, a formal dining room, a breakfast area, a parlor and a formal living room. All of the floors are hardwood and many of the furnishings are antiques.
All of the bedrooms are located on the second floor, but there is a queen sofa-sleeper and a full sofa sleeper on the first floor. Upstairs, one bedroom has twin beds, the master has a queen bed, and the other has a double bed and built-in office/workspace. An additional room upstairs off the master bedroom can be used as a dressing area, playroom or additional bedroom; it is furnished with a twin day bed. This room does not have direct access from the hallway and can only be entered through the master bedroom or another bedroom. The office/workspace has a built-in workstation (computer not provided) and lots of natural light from the windows on three sides. Downstairs in the original living room (which can be easily closed off from the rest of the house) is a full sleeper sofa. In the main living area there is a queen sofa sleeper.
There is one bathroom upstairs and one bathroom downstairs. Each bathroom has a tub and shower. The bedrooms do not have private bathrooms. The bathrooms are not handicap accessible.
The large fenced yard includes a 6-8 person hot-tub, large patio and a covered porch. There is off-street parking for up to four cars and on street parking on a wide street in front.
Pets will be considered on a case by case basis.
The home is well designed for entertaining and social events. It can be rented for retreats, parties, reunions, etc. Additional charges may apply for these events.
We request that you notify us in advance if you will be entertaining more than 10 people who are not staying at the home while you are there.
Please keep in mind that this home was built before modern air conditioning and insulation were available. Although it has been fitted with two central air-conditioning units (one for each floor), when the temperature rises above 100 degrees for an extended time - the upstairs unit may not keep that area at the temperature you are accustom to as it will struggle to go below 70 degrees. It works fine other than that.
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