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W H Stark House, Orange

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  • Visited this beautiful home in April, 2017. If you like wood-working, this is your place! It's so well preserved & maintained! Our group was only 4 people & I felt like it was a personal tour! The fur...  more »
  • Beautiful home of the Stark family. From the carriage house, and it's upstairs cut glass displays, to the top floor of the home with the room filled with the World War information, it is a sight to se...  more »
  • We visited this beautiful home on a sunny, warm Texas afternoon. The house is so wonderfully restored. Our tour guide was very informative and thorough. The antiques and fixtures, architecture and fur...  more »
  • Love the layout.. If you want to know somewhat of the starks its a must go place
  • The house was absolutely beautiful ands the history was informational. But there is a side of the story that the tour guides won't tell you about. If you ask about certain histories, they play oblivious. Pictures were not aloud to be taken inside the house which drove me crazy because I love to look back ands share what I saw or where I've been with others. Our tour guide may have been new as she didn't know answers to the questions we asked. It was interesting but I don't think I will go back.
  • Very interesting late Victorian home in Queen Anne Style. Advanced construction methods have helped this 100 plus year old home survive numerous hurricanes. The home is intact with the family heirlooms, something unusual for a home of this time period. If you like touring old historic homes this is one to see.
  • Beautiful antiques
  • Tare it down. Build something more meaningfull. No one wants to pay good money to look at some old crap