Sealy Hutching’s Mansion
Huge 3 story historic home built in 1896, survived the 1900 Storm and Hurricane Ike. Home features 8 fireplaces, 6 spacious bedrooms, 4.5 baths and several other rooms to use as you wish. Home has wood floors throughout and 2 staircases. This is a wonderful historic home Great scenic location.
The 1st level, entering the home is a grand foyer, formal living area, office with computer and internet, a smaller servants’ kitchen, the ground level bath with a clawfoot tub, a half bath, the dining area, a sitting quiet space and the TV room.
Choose what stairs you go up and enter the 2nd level of the home. Bedrooms 1-4, 2 baths, an entertainment room and a sitting space on the landing.
The 3rd level of the enormous house is the “girls’ room” and the “boys room” as well as a bathroom and the laundry room.
Sealy Hutchings Mansion sleeps 20 very comfortably. On the 2nd level a total of 10 with a futon on the landing, bedrooms 1, 2 and 3 with queen beds, a king in the master suite and a queen sleeper sofa in the game room. The 3rd level sleeps 10 with a full and a twin in the “girls” room and 2 sets of pyramid bunks with twin over full in the “boys room”.
The property situated on 5 city lots, completely fenced for privacy features a kids play area and porch swing under the shaded trees for comfortable playtime and fresh air. The front porch stocked with patio furniture wraps around the front and side of the house is great for relaxation. Outdoor shower with 2 shower heads and a changing room. Plenty of parking with 4 covered parking spots.
Should you decide to venture out, the location is so centrally located, you are within a very short drive to the beach, The Strand District, The Pleasure Pier, festivities, Moody Gardens, Schlitterbahn and everything else Galveston has to offer.
The Sealy Hutchings House exemplifies the distinctive characteristics of the Queen Anne single family dwelling with Classical Revival detailing, designed by noted Galveston architect, George B. Stowe. The house is situated in a neighborhood of homes and other buildings, largely of the same era, south of Broadway, Galveston’s major thoroughfare, and west of the locally designated Silk Stocking Historic District. The Sealy Hutchings House was built by a prominent Galveston banker and businessman, Sealy Hutchings, and his wife, Mary Moody, a member of another prominent and successful family in Galveston’s history. Just to the east of this estate, the German garden club, Garten Verein, was established in 1876.
Available Year Round.
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Long Term Rental Available.
$1000 Damage fee
$300 Pet Charge $100 Non-refundable