The Robert Penn Warren House, also known as Twin Oaks, is a historic house in Prairieville, Louisiana. It was designed in the Colonial Revival architectural style, and it was built in 1905. It was the private residence of author Robert Penn Warren, a Pulitzer Prize-winning writer of "All the Kings' Men," and was listed in 1993 on the National Register of Historic Places. This exquisite estate sits on 7 beautiful acres with magnificent oak trees known as Twin Oaks. In addition to the main home, the property includes a chapel (900 sq. ft.), barn (3,131 sq. ft), bar/entertainment suite (396 sq. ft.) among the open courtyard/patio, as well as gazebos and other storage buildings. This home has undergone extensive renovations which include Viking professional 6 burner gas stove, imported slab granite countertops, full outdoor kitchen, 12' ceilings, 6 gas-log fireplaces, heart of pine wood flooring, large barn, guest house, chapel, and office building which is currently being used as storage. The master bath features Italian tile flooring, a custom-built shower, and a stand-alone soaking tub. The living room features cathedral ceilings with a bright interior from original open windows. While the property can function as a private residence, it can also be used as an event space or bed and breakfast. The lush landscaping, mature oak trees, large open porch with the most amazing views are sure to please.
Courtesy of CHT Group Real Estate, LLC
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