The historic Edward Mugge home is a classic example of early Cuero architecture, ingenuity, and craftsmanship. Built in the 1870's, this two-story house was a home to generations of early Texans. With attention to detail throughout, this home has stunning carved pillars, gingerbread carvings with a stately, walnut stairway upon entering. There is a large dining room that showcases the spacious high-ceilings and built-in china cabinet. This well-maintained home has 4 large bedrooms, 3 baths, and is well-equipped for entertaining family and friends. And don't miss the 4 fireplaces and light-filled sunroom that make an ideal spot for comfort and relaxing. The large upstairs bedrooms open to the front balcony. On this quiet, tree-covered lot, in the middle of town, you will find plenty of room to enjoy the peaceful enjoyment of South Texas living the way it use to be. This home was designated as a Texas historic landmark in 1971, one hundred years after it was built.