The Monkstown Lodge
This home in the country features 6 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and is approximately 3,560 sq. ft. in size. It is located in Monkstown which is a community north of Honey Grove, Texas, and sits on about 2.683 acres. The home consists of concrete ﬂooring throughout the home aside from the master suite which has laminate ﬂooring. The home has an open concept within the living, kitchen, and dining areas. It is located on a gravel road and would be a place to consider for someone wanting a home on some acreage. Adjacent to the home is an additional 4.199 acres that is included with the property.
The vaulted tin ceiling in the living room makes this part of the home seem more open than it appears. This room also has concrete ﬂoors and a wood-burning stove located on a stone hearth.
The dining area is spacious and will ﬁt a table to sit at least 8 people or it could be used as part of the living area to make that space bigger.
In the kitchen, the granite and tile countertops give it a modern look. There is an island with a cooktop and a small prep area included. The separate bar will seat at least 5 people so it makes for more seating space. The Kraft-made cabinets with additional cabinets under the bar provide storage for all the kitchen necessities. The other appliances which are included are a built-in microwave, range, refrigerator, and dishwasher.
Included in the home is a utility room with a washer and dryer.
Master with en suite bathroom
The master bedroom suite has laminate ﬂooring in the bedroom and bathroom. The bathroom also has custom tile.
These bedrooms have concrete ﬂooring with closets in some of the rooms. They are located oﬀ the main hallway.
Also, oﬀ the main hallway are 2 full bathrooms.
The unﬁnished upstairs space is approximately 992 sq. ft. and could be ﬁnished for multiple uses.
Honey Grove, Texas 15 miles
Bonham, Texas 26 miles
Paris, Texas 32 miles
Dallas, Texas 98 miles
FM 100 or FM 273
Rural electricity Available
Rural Water Available
Approximately 46 +/- inches of annual precipitation
Average growing season is 224 days
Average fall first freeze is November 5th
Average spring last freeze is April 15th
The land generally flat with some mature oak trees present.
*Map boundaries are approximate.
**All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Buyer should verify all information.