Not only is this spectacular Queen Anne residence a State of Texas landmarked property, it is a City of Galveston Landmark as well as an Island Treasure. Designed and built in 1899 by noted Galveston Architect Nicholas Clayton whose repertoire included the Gresham's Castle (AKA The Bishop's Palace) this lovely late Victorian was built on what had been Thomas Borden's (Yep of Elsie the Cow fame) farm. The expansive wrap around front porch is a perfect introduction to the treasures inside that include architectural details such as beautiful stained glass, spectacular wood floors, and stairwell, bay windows,crown molding and pocket doors. This 3/3.5 also boasts an elevator, a 525 sq ft 3rd floor children's wing (complete with a spiral stairwell) a 363 sq. ft. guest quarters with bath, a 2 garage and a fenced in corner lot.