A rare opportunity to own a piece of history! Step back in time and tour this Walla Walla Grand Historic, a treasure trove waiting to be discovered. Built by state senator FM Pauly in 1890, this home is virtually untouched by time with so many of the original architectural details intact.
The abundance of historical details show the caliber of this home in its day. From the oversized wrap-around porch to the grand entryway to the formal parlor with original 3 panel French doors and hand carved cherry wood mantle with Italian tile surrounds. Extra tall ceilings & large windows throughout, two sets of original pocket doors, and the formal dining soapstone fireplace. The sweeping staircase with original carved wood banister leads you to the second floor by way of the breathtaking stained glass window. The upper floor has four generous bedrooms with walk in closets. Every room has an exterior door to a private balcony. The original banister continues to the third floor attic with tall ceilings and untapped potential. Exquisitely large and spacious, this home is a architect’s dream with a solid foundation and excellent “bones”.
Nestled in the picturesque wine and wheat country of southeastern Washington, the Walla Walla valley offers the best of small-town living in a scenic Pacific Northwest setting. Its charming historic main street, brimming with local boutiques, specialty shops, book stores, coffee shops, and restaurants, sets the tone for a relaxed lifestyle that’s within easy walking distance to many of the tree-lined historic neighborhoods. Year-round local events offer a steady fare of ways to connect with family and friends–like the Balloon Stampede, fair, Fourth of July in the park, Tour of Walla Walla Cycling, Wheelin Walla Walla weekend, wine tasting events, and the outdoor summer concert series. Local growers and artisans offer up fresh produce and original arts and crafts at farmer’s markets while the community’s symphony, art scene, theaters, and three local colleges infuse vibrancy and provide year around cultural opportunities. Those who relish the beauty of four distinct seasons and the out of doors can enjoy golfing, biking, hiking, camping, and fishing—as well as skiing, snowshoeing, and water sports within about an hour’s drive. If you’re looking for a casual Northwest lifestyle with plenty of ways to connect, relax, and enjoy small-town living, Walla Walla is the place to be.
Updated on September 25, 2023 at 7:43 am