The beautifully restored historic home of William Jennings Bryan is up for rent in Mission, Texas. The farmhouse was built in 1909 by one of America's most important, influential political leaders. It has all the charm, comfort and character one hopes to find in a historic home. This house has the original wooden floors, lead glass kitchen cabinetry, an incredible stained glass ceiling in one of the bathrooms, a basement for media or playing board games, a front porch with rocking chairs, wonderful antiques, historic photos of Bryan, the house and early Mission, walk-in showers, a walking trail for nature lovers with many birds and butterflies, and much more.
The ground floor has a front porch, living room, dining room, sitting room with a twin size Murphy bed, one bedroom with a queen-size bed, tv and its own full bath, a adorable kitchen, breakfast nook and 1/2 bath.
The master suite is upstairs with a king size bed that can be converted to two twins. There is also lovely bathroom with a walk-in shower, tv, microwave, coffee maker and mini-frig.
The basement also has a television.
The property sits on a corner with easy access to the rest of Mission, McAllen and the expressway. Nearby attractions would be the Bentsen State Park, North American Butterfly Association's (NABA) national headquarters, Loretto's Fine Dining, La Lomita Mission, Rene's spa, cafe and boutique are all in the city of Mission. Mcallen has the incredible Quinta Mazatlan, Mcallen Botanical Gardens, several great shopping opportunities and fantastic dining experiences. A binder with information on these establishments will be provided to guests.