The most historic home in all of McAllen is now available for its next homeowner. The Sam and Marjorie Miller House was completed in 1937 and designed by Robert Vogler in a late 19th and early 20th century English Tudor Revival style. McAllen's Las Palmas Historic District is one of a small group of palm tree and crepe myrtle-lined boulevards in the city, but it is by far the most desirable given the dynamic neighborhood that it sits in.
Attached Garage YN
BalconyBbq Pit/GrillMature Trees
AlleyCurb & GuttersMature TreesSidewalks
AttachedGarage Faces Side
Patio And Porch Features
Road Surface Type
Electric Water HeaterGas CooktopDishwasherDryerMicrowaveDouble OvenBuilt-In RefrigeratorTrash CompactorWasherWine Cooler
Countertops (Granite)Built-In FeaturesCeiling Fan(S)Crown/Cove MoldingDecorative/High CeilingsDryerFireplaceMicrowaveWalk-In Closet(S)Washer
Laundry AreaWasher/Dryer Connection
Maid Quarters YN
Room Master Bedroom Features
Double VanityShower OnlyWalk-In Closet(S)
Room Master Bedroom Level
Energy Features (Double Pane Windows)No Window Coverings
Green Energy Efficient
New Construction YN
Audio/Video WiringAutomated Lighting
Property Sub Type
Single Family Residence
Security SystemSmoke Detector(S)
Tax Annual Amount
Listing by Juan (Johnny) Cisneros of Cadence Commercial Real Estate.
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