Located on nearly an acre at the corner of North Main and Washington Street, the Knittel House, circa 1870 is one of four structures on the property. The home has all the style and grace of the 1800's Italianate architecture that you would expect. Beautiful detail woodwork, an amazing staircase to access the three upstairs bedrooms and baths plus sitting area and balconies. The main house is approximately 3275 sq. ft. Lot is .894 acres.
The Washington House was built in 1914 and was originally located south of Brenham. The Texas farmhouse was moved onto the Knittel Homestead Inn property in August 2003. After being completly renovated the Washington House serves as a guest facility on the property. There is a common area and entry with five guest rooms with private baths. A common area is downstairs to relax, have a beverage of your choice. This building is used for Inn guests at this time.
The Pavilion is the former Burton Community Hall. built after WWI the hall was used as the Martin-Louis Post No. 242, American Legion. The Burton Lions Club moved the building to its present location on the Knittel Homestead property in 1985 when it was preserved and adapted for multi use. Currently it is used for the Inn office, storage and antique shop.
The Knittel House is on the National Register of Hisstoric Places. This rare jewel is ready for use as a family home, compound or as it is now, a working Bed & Breakfast. Come see this beautiful property, you won't forget it!
- Built in 1870
- Historic Registry
- 7 Guest Rooms
- 7.50 Guest Bathrooms
- Lot size: 1 acres
- Has owner's quarters
520 N. Main St. Burton, TX 77835