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Reue-Eickenhorst House

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FM 2621 at SH 50, Brenham, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 30° 14' 53.109708", -96° 21' 39.656736"
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    Reue-Eickenhorst House Wilhelm Reue grew up in the Sandy Hill area and married Alma Muegge from the William Penn Community in 1914. A year later, with a new daughter, the couple finished their home here near Prairie Hill. For decades the home was the site of community events, including parties, dances and meetings. In 1950, the couple sold the house and property to Wilhelmina (Swarze) and Henry Eickenhorst, who continued to farm here. The Queen Anne-style house retains original features, including an L-shaped porch, roof cresting, porch brackets with a star and ribbon motif, and an oval glass inset in the front door. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 2002

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

Reue-Eickenhorst House Historical Marker Location Map, Brenham, Texas