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Enjoy a highly favorable tax climate including no state income tax blended with a casual pedestrian lifestyle on a bayou with beautiful forests, lakes and year round recreational opportunities. Wireless internet service is available, as well as nearby daily jet service.
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Terry - McKinnon House

Haywood House

(MLS #147916) Built in 1880 by S.D. Rainey for his family, this charming , historic home is located at 109 W. Henderson Street in the heart of Jefferson’s Historic District .It is recorded as a Texas Historical Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Elegantly restored, this home features five bedrooms, 5 full baths, 2 half baths, eight fireplaces, a lovely staircase and a fully equipped kitchen with a Viking stove and a Sub Zero refrigerator. The tree shaded yard is beautifully landscaped and there are two workshops, a double garage and a carport. This fabulous home is listed for $510,000. 
(MLS # 142629, 142630) -Located at 202 S. Market Street at the corner of Market and Lake Streets, this fabled structure began in 1868 as one of the finest hotels west of the Mississippi River. A fire in the late 1860s reduced it to its present size, a two-story building, which retains its fan light windows, cast iron exterior decorative treatments, and thick, solid brick walls. Built by General Mabry and named for his wife's family, this building is oneof the most historic in Jefferson's Historic Riverfront District. It was used for almost 100 years by the Haywood family descendants as a place of residence. It features 5600 square feet and a two-story balcony on both streets with a cast iron balustrade. Its interior has two full bathrooms, one half bath, two complete kitchens, an oak staircase, the original cistern, a bar, offices, a library, meeting rooms, and three bedrooms. It is suitable for use as a museum, a home, a retail store, or as a place of lodging. The recent excavation of a brick tunnel has confirmed some of its legends. This property is listed for $345,000.