This two-story beauty in Georgetown, about 30 miles north of Austin, is in the city’s historic Belford district. That means it’s one of the town’s classic homes built by local lumberman Charles S. Belford in the first part of the 20th century—homes that form the core of that town’s historic identity.
According to the listing, the 3,332-square-foot home is the most photographed in the central-city Old Town neighborhood. With four bedrooms and four bathrooms, the house is on a half-acre lot with a screened-in porch, fire pit, and pool. The pool house has a prep kitchen, laundry, and full bathroom.
Original and restored architectural details include molding, wainscoting, pocket doors, stained glass, transoms, clawfoot tub, and fireplaces with original tile.