Lavish Townhouse in Texas
About Our Home
Nice updated townhouse with two car parking and extra parking close by if needed. Inside is updated throughout with tile and hardwood floors. Staircase that leads to master bedroom with queen size bed, two nightstands, television (cable included) large dresser and mirror. Second bedroom is an office with desk, chair, and filing cabinet professionally painted. Kitchen is updated with mounted microwave, fridge, oven. Two seater table and decorated in New Orleans theme. Perfect for a young woman or professional couple looking to have a relaxing time enjoying some reading or studying upstairs in the office or downstairs by the electric fireplace. The townhouse is located in Beaumont's West End community. Following the sweep of long-leaf pine and cedar, through the lowland plains and fields, gradually down to the lapping Gulf waters and swampy mystery of the bayous, Beaumont offers a blend of unexpected combinations. On the border of Louisiana but thoroughly Texan, Beaumont embraces both brisket and crawfish, a mix of Texas swagger and Cajun rhythm. Where else will you find an enormous spotted fire hydrant a block from an excellent fine art museum? Or the the biggest captive alligator in Texas sharing the same town as a museum about the history of energy? It's our great pleasure to welcome you to Beaumont, Texas, also home to astonishing biodiversity and historical significance. Visit sites where American history was made, from the first major oil discovery that changed the world forever, to the most one-sided Confederate victory of the Civil War. Travelers come from long distances to enjoy the area's outdoor opportunities including fishing & hunting, camping, hiking & biking, paddling and other water sports. From bird watching and botanical gardens to swamps and gators, you'll find plenty of things to do inside and outdoors. For entertainment, you'll find everything from regional festivals & events to symphony concerts, rodeos to ballet productions. And with classic Cajun cuisine, zesty Texas barbecue and authentic Mexican fare, the restaurants are as spicy as the people who live here.