The Dallas House, said to be one of the most distinctive and attractive homes in Merced, is a spectacular turn-of-the-century Victorian, spanning over 3500 square feet, 6 full bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, original gabled roof, an impressive colonnade, hardwood floors, trayed ceilings, built-ins, multiple fireplaces, clawfoot tub and period touches. Once the home of one of Merced’s first Fire Chief’s, on site is one of the few remaining examples of a barn or carriage house within the Merced city limits, the site of many barn dances in the first decades of the 201th Century. Situated on three full lots on a tree lined street in Downtown, it would be an ideal family home or could be transformed into a charming B&B with access for visitors from the nearby Santa Fe Train Station. There is an attached apartment for additional income or for use as an In-Law Suite and an additional outbuilding, porches, basement. Ready to be restored to its original glory!