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The S.W. Lowe House in Clarendon, Texas- A true jewel of the Panhandle of Texas! A Queen Anne Victorian (3300 square feet) built in 1904 proudly displays the Texas Historical Marker and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The environmentally safe property is well suited for living naturally. The great canopy of fruit and nut trees, hardwoods and conifers create a peaceful ambiance and park like setting. Construction of the Queen Anne Victorian occurred before toxic materials came into being. The cedar used to build this house was transported by covered wagon from Louisiana. Meticulously restored with health in mind, great care was taken during restoration in 1982 to use natural, nontoxic and poison-free materials. On July 20, 1904, a news item appeared in the Clarendon Chronicle stating "the new residence of F.D. Martin (now known as the S.W. Lowe House) was well under way and would make quite a showing when completed." The Martins, natives of Tennessee, owned a very fine mercantile store which advertised tailor-made suits, real Valencia lace handkerchiefs, linen and Battenberg material. The Martins were most sympathetic to the arts. Clarendon was proud to have an opera house during this era, and "it is said that many times the female singers would dress at the Martin house for the performance". About This Area: Clarendon is one of the oldest thriving towns in the Texas Panhandle. This area of Texas is considered "prime" by many as it is not as exceeding dry as farther west into the desert states, nor is it as "muggy" as farther south can be. Average of 330 days of sunshine a year. Some snow in the winter, however, because of the sun, it does not stay on the ground for long. Some days in winter you can lunch outside, if sheltered from the breezes. Yearning for a quiet, peaceful area with summer nights "to live for"? Destination: Clarendon, Texas! Only an hour away from a major city, international airport, alternative and traditional medical services, health food stores, shopping, the arts including: Amarillo Opera, symphony and a ballet company, restaurants and much more! Clarendon is a sweet small town where one lives. . . with a city nearby. For more information and history of this property please visit our website. http://swlowehouse.info/
- Stories: 2
- Square Feet: 3,300
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 3
Additional Rooms: 5
Heating & Cooling
- Central AC
- Central Heating
- Built in: 1904
- Structure Type: House
- Lot Size: 0.75 Acres
Parking: 2 Spaces
- Fenced Yard
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