3901 Victoria Avenue Dickinson, Texas, 77539 United States
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3901 Victoria Avenue
Dickinson, Texas, 77539 United States

Martha Turner Sotheby's International Realty - Houston Bay Area Brokerage
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Property details

  • Property type

    Single Family Homes

  • Status

    Contract Pending

  • Year Built

    1955

  • property taxes

    $1,912/Year

Courtesy Of

Red Diamond Realty

3901 Victoria Avenue

Remodeled and Refreshed! This super cute home is upgraded from head to toe and ready for move-in. The seller has replaced the plumbing and electrical along with the roof and fence. All recent stainless appliances and the seller replaced the water heater. You will love the open floor plan and big backyard. Colors are soft gray with white accents throughout the home. The bathrooms and kitchen countertops are granite. An island kitchen is a perfect place to prep meals. An indoor laundry room is located off the kitchen along with a small study or flex room. This home has a modern feel to it and is located in the heart of Dickinson. Cement siding means very little maintenance is required. Sit back, relax, and enjoy life at 3901 Vicotria! Call today for an appointment.

Listing Courtesy of Red Diamond Realty

Courtesy Of

Red Diamond Realty

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about Dickinson

Dickinson, a part of the vital Bay Area south of Houston in Galveston County, was founded by a land grant from the Mexican government to John Dickinson in 1824. Dickinson acquired land located just north of present-day Dickinson on the bayou which also shares his name. There is no record of a settlement until 1850, but by 1860, Dickinson was listed as a stop on the Galveston, Houston and Henderson Railroad. A post office appeared by 1890. The 1890s saw the first major growth of Dickinson as a town. Fred M. Nichols and eight other businessmen organized the Dickinson Land and Improvement Association to promote the sale of the areas fertile farmland. As the town expanded, Nichols donated 40 of his own acres as a public park and named it the Dickinson Picnic Grounds. The picnic area flourished for three decades until the Texas Coast Fair took it over in 1896 and a harness racetrack was built to attract more visitors. Local legend claims that the great harness racing champion, Dan Patch, ran at the

Amenities & Features

  • Listing Details
    • Property ID
      52201950
    • MLS#
      52201950
    • Property type
      Single Family Homes
    • Courtesy Of
      Listing Courtesy of Red Diamond Realty
    • Status
      Contract Pending
    • Listing Price
      $219,900
    • Subdivision
      Ripke
    • County
      Galveston County
    • School District
      Dickinson Independent
    • High School
      Dickinson High School
    • Middle School
      Dunbar Middle School (Dickinson)
    • Elementary School
      Silbernagel Elementary School
  • Utilities & Building
    • Year Built
      1955
    • property taxes
      $1,912/Year
    • Style
      Traditional
    • Lot Size Unit
      Acre(s)
    • Lot Size
      0.17
  • Interior
    • Full Bathrooms
      2
    • Bedrooms
      3
    • total rooms
      5