Welcome to 101 E Hall Street, a charming and meticulously maintained
1905 home that exudes timeless elegance and offers a luxurious living
A 3 Bedroom 2.5 Bath 3,615 square foot home, this is a rare opportunity to own a piece of history in the
heart of Pflugerville’s historic downtown.
As you step into this remarkable residence, you are immediately
greeted by the allure of its beautiful wood floors and original accents,
narrating the tale of a bygone era.
Large French doors, floor to ceiling fireplace, built in entertainment center, built in storage and original hardwood floors make the living room the place where you will want to relax and unwind.
Custom cabinetry throughout the historic kitchen that has been updated with modern appliances, a reverse osmosis filter, and two dine in bars.
Entertain exquisitely in the formal dining room just off of the kitchen. Enough room for a 10 place table for your next dinner party.
Every bedroom is unique with pool views, large bay windows, balconies, walk in closets, and plenty of historic charm.
One of the most useful features of this house are the bonus rooms. From the sitting rooms to the crafting room there’s a place for however you want to live.
A large 6ft deep pool with limestone decking and built in planters allow you to escape during hot Central Texas days.
Pool House & Bar
Take entertaining to the next level. Hanging swings sit just outside your fully functional bar. This is truly an oasis in the city.
Situated a block off of Pecan Street, and three blocks from Main St., The Banner House truly is in the center of the action while still being nestled in a quiet neighborhood.
The coffee shops, bars, stores, and markets are a short stroll away allowing full access to all Pflugerville has to offer. Another one of the perks of this location is the access to the parades and festivals that periodically bring the community together.
While Pflugerville is a quiet hamlet, it’s proximity to Austin Executive Airport, downtown Austin, Samsung, Amazon, Tesla, Meta, and The Domain make this a prime location for those wanting easy access to all the area has to offer.
History of The Banner House
In 1895 the population of Pflugerville was only 250, by 1905 the population had doubled to 500 due to the the MKT Railroad completing its rail line between Austin and Georgetown. This led to the rapid growth and a need for boarding became apparent.
A lot of that population growth was the influx of MKT Rail workers. The Banner House was built to accommodate them in 1905, built on land bought from the Pfluger family. Business was booming and The Banner House flourished.
The depression and WWII had a chilling effect on The Pflugerville population and it didn’t recover until the late 1960s. Then in 1971 the Banner family sold the house to the Neans family who still own it today. This limited chain of ownership is reflected in the care shown in the upkeep of the property through the years.
It truly is a step back in time in a fully updated modern home.
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