Built in 1931, Texas National Register of Historic Places The Saleh-Witt House is a stucco structure which is categorized as Spanish Colonial Revival. The home was built by Hobart Plunkett for newlyweds George and Rose Saleh in 1931. The Saleh family was longtime candy merchants and tobacco merchants in Tyler who are still actively contributing to the community. It is said that this house was one of the first built in Tyler in the Spanish Colonial style. Beautifully renovated in 2008. Many original fixtures intact, 12', 10' and 9' ceilings, oak floors, arched doorways, renovated master suite with large shower, bath & heated tile floors, living room has original designer tiled fireplace, adjacent library/music room, large updated kitchen area with 3 pantries, large formal dining & separate cozy dining nook, 2 BR & full bath upstairs, studio/office over garage has 437 sq.ft. with 2 rooms & bath, beautifully landscaped courtyard patio, fountain, all on a lovely heavily landscaped lot. Seller says BRING ALL OFFERS!
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