The historic Brill-Mueller House sits on 6.5+-acres of well-maintained, wooded grounds in a prime commercial location of Tomball. The history of this exquisite 19th century home reflects the area’s rich German heritage and offers a timelessness that is without equal.
Modern Homey Heritage
There are very few homes built in the 19th century that are still in livable condition today, and even fewer that have had renovations as unobtrusive as this home. Live out your dreams as a pioneer in the late 19th century, but with all the accommodations of modern luxurious living. Being located in modern Tomball, residents don’t have to experience all the discomforts of pioneering life. Go out and enjoy the upscale shopping and dining at Vintage Park, less than 8 miles away; or spend your leisure days golfing at the Gleannloch Pines Golf Club, less than 3 miles away. If you aren’t interested in living the modern pioneer lifestyle, you can share the experience with others. Turn this historic property into a bed and breakfast, event space, or corporate retreat. The possibilities are truly endless for this unrestricted historic lot.
The wood floors, wooden walls, and wood burning fireplace with stone surround allow the spacious living room to keep the authentic pioneer look, while allowing for modern quality of life updates such as modern insulation and lighting.
The open concept island kitchen that features granite countertops, tile backsplash, and cabinets with ornate metal covers perfectly encapsulates how this home fuses its historic significance with its modern elements.
The light let in through the windows really make the wooden floors and ceiling of the master bedroom vibrantly pop.
The the white tile floors and drawers beautifully contrast the dark colors of the counters, frames, faucet, and cabinetry, creating the perfect environment to unwind in.
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